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S.P.E.A.K up! or shut up

Not a single seat is left open at the Depot. The rap song Red Nose by Sage the Gemini plays forcefully over the loudspeakers as anxious and excited SF State students await the first Spoken Poetry Expressed by All Kinds (S.P.E.A.K.) event of the semester. The room is dimly lit, with only the glow of

We Have an Ethnic Studies Center?

The Ethnic Studies Student Resource and Empowerment Center bustles with chatter. A handful of student interns, packed into the small office, talk and laugh amongst themselves. One of the interns sits at the room’s lone computer, which is planted on the room’s only desk. The walls exhibit art of ethnic pride, a portrait of Cesar

Survey: How much caffeine do you consume?

Midterms are in full swing here at SF State, and as usual, students are stressed and sleep-deprived. With late night study sessions at the library, and overlapping assignments and projects, it is hard to catch a decent amount of sleep. The urgency to grab a small, flat latte with an extra shot, to stay awake during