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Plan B shouldn’t be Plan A

According to Brianna Williams, peer sexual health educator, it’s necessary to avoid using Plan B as a regular form of birth control because it’s unhealthy to do so.

Read my accompanying column on the subject.

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The National Alliance to End Homelessness conducted a study of the state of homelessness in 2009. The statistics featured on the site show a high range of homelessness spanning all 50 states of the nation, including the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, and highlight an increasing problem in the country.
This chart features only the top 10 states with the highest homeless populations in the United States.

The National Alliance to End Homelessness conducted a study of the state of homelessness in 2009. The statistics featured on the site show a high range of homelessness spanning all 50 states of the nation, including the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, and highlight an increasing problem in the country.

This chart features only the top 10 states with the highest homeless populations in the United States.

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"All I Want for Christmas…"

SF State students tell me what they want this Christmas.

(Source: youtube.com)

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Computer Work Light on Flickr.
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Computer Work Dark on Flickr.
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Newspaper on Flickr.

Newspaper on Flickr.

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Amoeba on Flickr.

Amoeba on Flickr.

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Jordan Segers Shares His Experiences with Being Homeless, Jobless and Starving as a Student: FULL INTERVIEW

The 23-year-old art student moved to San Francisco fresh out of high school to get a new start away from his dead-end town of Monrovia in Southern California.

Unfortunately, things in the big city didn’t work out as he’d hoped. After losing his grandparents, his legal caregivers and parents since he was one week old, Segers was stuck on his own in San Francisco to struggle through the expensive Art Institute of San Francisco and wade through student loans, falling deeper and deeper into debt with no way out.

Listen to his full story here.

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Jordan Segers Shares His Experiences with Being Homeless, Jobless and Starving as a Student

The 23-year-old art student moved to San Francisco fresh out of high school to get a new start away from his dead-end town of Monrovia in Southern California.

Unfortunately, things in the big city didn’t work out as he’d hoped. After losing his grandparents, his legal caregivers and parents since he was one week old, Segers was stuck on his own in San Francisco to struggle through the expensive Art Institute of San Francisco and wade through student loans, falling deeper and deeper into debt with no way out.

The following interview is a portion of the interview. Stay tuned for his complete story.

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Brittany Leiser Critiques Blink-182 Concert at Shoreline Amphitheatre

The 21-year-old SF State senior attended the concert, also featuring Matt & Kim and My Chemical Romance, October 5 with her roommate.

Leiser chose to give her assessment of the concert because of her experience in music. Although she isn’t a professional, she has played the saxophone for eight years total and says that music and its knowledge stick with you forever.

Listen to get her assessment of the show.