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Demonstrators call for rejection of Gorsuch

Demonstrators call for rejection of Gorsuch

Justin Som, Staff Writer
April 3, 2017
Filed under News

In San Francisco, a small force of white canvas tents and demonstrators gathered at the steps of Justin Herman Plaza. Displaying signs that said "We Object -- The People's Defense," the participants were part of a movement in 13 cities across the United States called "The People's Filibuster." They were there for one reason -- t...

San Francisco raises the smoking age

San Francisco raises the smoking age

Brooke Chang, Staff Writer
March 6, 2016
Filed under News, Top News

When someone turns 18, he becomes an adult and enters a whole new life of responsibility and freedom. He can go wherever and do whatever he wants, whenever he wants to do it. However, on March 1, the San Francisco city supervisor vote dictated that these young, 18-year-old adults will no longer...

San Francisco Giants — can the pattern be continued?

San Francisco Giants — can the pattern be continued?

Andrew Cross, Staff Writer
March 31, 2015
Filed under Sports

It’s an early morning during the month of March, and the dirt of the infield is being watered and prepared for practice. Fans line up waiting for players to come out of the clubhouse to snatch a new autograph. This is all taking place in Scottsdale, Arizona, where the reigning champs are preparing for the 2015 season...

San Francisco Giants Parade 2014

San Francisco Giants Parade 2014

Jocelyn Moran, Staff Writer
November 5, 2014
Filed under Multimedia

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San Francisco fire burns down apartment building

San Francisco fire burns down apartment building

Alex Yang, Staff Writer
March 12, 2014
Filed under News

A five-alarm fire burnt down an apartment building construction site on Tuesday, sending up black smoke that could be seen for miles around the San Francisco Bay. The fire began around 5 p.m. Tuesday in San Francisco's Mission Bay neighborhood and caused an evacuation of nearby buildings. The fire...

San Francisco mayor plans to bring back free Sunday parking

San Francisco mayor plans to bring back free Sunday parking

Alex Yang, Staff Writer
January 15, 2014
Filed under News

Finding an affordable parking spot in San Francisco can always be a challenge. San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee is planning to bring back free Sunday parking to the city. San Francisco started charging for Sunday street parking in the beginning of 2013, hoping to bring in $1.7 million annually to support Muni, th...

Varsity Volleyball against South San Francisco is a tough one

Varsity Volleyball against South San Francisco is a tough one

Sarah Boro, Editor
October 15, 2013
Filed under Multimedia

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San Francisco Symphony musicians strike the stage

San Francisco Symphony musicians strike the stage

Shira Stein, Staff Writer
April 5, 2013
Filed under News

The musicians of the San Francisco Symphony spent 18 days on strike because their management refused to raise their wages for the next contract. The San Francisco Symphony is a world-renown choir that performs from their home of Davies Symphony Hall to the East Coast. The musicians' contracts expired...

Could San Francisco International Airport potentially be renamed?

Could San Francisco International Airport potentially be renamed?

Shira Stein, Staff Writer
January 31, 2013
Filed under News

San Francisco International Airport may soon be changing its name to Harvey Milk International Airport if the San Francisco Board of Supervisors chooses to amend the San Francisco Charter with the proposed name change. Harvey Milk was the first openly gay elected official in the United States and...

Snow in San Francisco this weekend?

Snow in San Francisco this weekend?

February 24, 2011
Filed under Campus

It was over 3 decades ago when an inch of snow was measured on Feb. 5, 1976, in San Francisco. Measurable snow levels have only been recorded 11 times in San Francisco since 1856. New reports show that it is very likely San Francisco residents will see snow this weekend. The storm which passed through...

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