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How San Francisco’s free community college is changing views on public education

May 5, 2017

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The City College of San Francisco is offering free tuition in the fall of 2017 following the five-year accreditation crisis. In the fall of 2017, San Francisco will be the first city in the country to offer free community ...

Marci Bowers: the pioneer surgeon next door

May 1, 2017

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Dr. Marci Bowers is a pelvic and gynecologic surgeon who has performed 1600 gender reassignment surgeries, 400 hysterectomies, and thousands of other surgeries throughout her decades-long career. She is world renowned for...

Giving a voice to LGBTQ+ students

Lily Page

April 21, 2017

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Today, April 21, is the Day of Silence, so named because students vow to remain silent throughout the day in solidarity with LGBTQ+ students bullied into silence. As this day approaches, students across the country reflect on...

San Mateo Public Library to host first ever Club Gala

March 23, 2017

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Throughout the year, clubs have several opportunities to showcase their organization on campus such as Club Fair Week and the International Cultural Fair. This year, the Burlingame Public Library is providing BHS students with...

Huyana Mumby joins other Native Americans in protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline

February 17, 2017

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Protestors line along Lake Oahe, North Dakota to block the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. At the time this photo was taken, videos surfaced showing officers firing rubber bullets, deploying tear gas and spraying water...

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