Chronicle

The Influence of Gentrification in Chinatown

Billie Chang, Writer

July 6, 2019

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In San Francisco’s Chinatown, tourists line the Ross Alley in excited anticipation of the famous Golden Gate Fortune Cookies. As they enter the factory—a cramped room occupied by tourist after tourist—chatter erupts. Wh...

Patriotism

Maili Maldonado, Staff Writer

July 6, 2019

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  The Fourth of July is an American holiday celebrating the independence that America won on July 4, 1776. Americans such as Jan Nash’arrigo believe that this holiday is meant to symbolize “gatherings with famil...

Electric Scooters Are Facing Difficulties to Flourish in San Francisco

Ethan Yang, Writer

July 6, 2019

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Crowded traffic. Loud noises. Colorful lights. Dusty Walls. At first, the streets of San Francisco are not that different from those of any other modern American city. However, if a new visitor is patient enough to stand by a...

On Eve of 2020, San Francisco Becomes Democratic Battleground

Nicolas Greamo, Writer

July 6, 2019

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San Francisco is well-known for being a liberal stronghold. Yet, with a large and divisive field of Democratic candidates emerging and a grueling primary on the horizon, a political storm might soon brew over the city where 84...

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