Amelia Williams, City College of San Francisco
With benefits ranging from your hair to your teeth to your toast, it’s time to embrace the newest essential oil.
Coming up with a badass Halloween costume can be hard, but avoiding cultural appropriation is simple.
Despite the increasingly progressive attitude of many Americans, there’s little hope that tagging will ever be legal.
In San Francisco, where competing rideshares have brought the company’s ineptitude into stark contrast, Uber is losing ground.
Given the changing landscape of television though, can it ever be replicated?
America is wild for its dominant, diverse fivesome, and for good reason: In a time of social tension, they’ve inspired a country.
You’ve been competing with them your entire life, but this one hurts.
Given that most students spend tens of thousands of dollars on their education, what can they reasonably expect to receive?
In San Francisco, even the techies have weed subcultures.
Turns out Argan oil is great for clearing up a lot of things.
The autonomy of college life comes with its perks, but it means safeguarding your emotional health is critical.
For starters, you need a rucksack, not a backpack.
From Lamb’s Bread to Girl Scout Cookies, everyone has a type.
A local student perspective on the city’s humiliating inequality.
If you’re the only girl in a group project, standing your ground and speaking your voice are no longer optional.
Though stepping off the linear college path can be scary, it’s the quickest way to finding the right direction for you.
In my home city of San Francisco, the lives and opinions of citizens are quickly becoming subverted by money.
“There are long stretches of my life I will never get back because I put them in a glass pipe.”
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