SoMa’s Kapwa Gardens: Built for the Filipino community

Zoe Binder Staff Writer A group of 350 volunteers from across San Francisco and the Bay…

Thacher Gallery show highlights adaptation of student art amid COVID

Callie Fausey Staff Writer This past year, we have seen the pandemic push the arts to…

Treat yourself to a fantastic finals meal

Dylan Weiss Contributing Writer Finals are around the corner and everyone is rushing for that summer…

Student Art Feature

Sian Oberman is a senior media studies major who has some artistic words of wisdom for…

‘Sowing Agency:’ Uplifting AAPI voices in the Environmental Justice Movement

Zoe Binder Staff Writer Narinda Heng began as a poet, then explored pottery, and later became…

Bay Area independent music venues struggle to reopen

Callie Fausey Before the pandemic hit the United States, San Francisco-based jazz band Uncle Chris —…

PASJ’s “Breathing Room” highlights room for growth

Namratha Kethineni Staff Writer Powerful descriptions and illustrations of experiences filled the screen last week as…

Poetry Feature

Bio: Seref Ha’Qol (they/them) is a third-year theology major and environmental studies minor from South Pasadena.…

Addison Rae’s ‘Tonight Show’ performance: TikTok appropriation

Zoe Binder Staff Writer Last month, “The Tonight Show,” became the center of a TikTok controversy.…

San Francisco Poet Laureate Tongo Eisen-Martin brings revolution to forefront

Paolo Bicchieri Contributing Writer If you were to Google San Francisco’s newest poet laureate Tongo Eisen-Martin,…