Somos Familia: The Intersection of Queerness and Latino Culture

Vanessa Macias, Staff Writer

July 6, 2019

Filed under Opinions

With huge buildings looming overhead flanked both sides, I walked down the streets of San Francisco until abruptly stopping in front of a set of ornate, golden doors. As I stepped inside the building, I was instantly taken aback....

As Pride Month Ends, July Whisks Rainbow-Themed Products Off the Shelves

Camila Pedrosa and Sam Parker

July 6, 2019

Filed under Opinions, Uncategorized

In downtown San Francisco, rainbow flags engulf most buildings throughout June. Prominent establishments showcase their support for the LGBTQ community through pride-inspired merchandise visible in nearly every store window. The...

A Woman Without Shoulders

Jessica Fathers, Writer

July 6, 2019

Filed under Opinions

I look at the wide variety of colors and patterns in my cramped closet. Too cropped. Too low. Too short. Too see-through. I guess it’s okay to wear a sweater and jeans again—it’s a nice sweater. I get to Woodside Priory School and walk into my French class, conjugate some overcomplicated verbs, and an hour and a half later, pa...

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