SFSU in the News
has become part of the defining way that youth organize themselves and
rebel against adults."
couldn't just sit there. I had to do something."
tells us what's real. It's the fundamental means of measuring our worth.
It's the one thing by which we organize our lives, and it can buy everything
am proud to say the university where I teach … will take displaced
students at resident fees."
they feel better about themselves, that helps them get out [of juvenile
is not a disease, but it is an epidemic."
getting hard numbers on what people see and what people believe, and
I think that's exciting for students. … They get to see how they
fall in line with their classmates."
always been a hope that the content of television and the extent to
which television reflects the real experiences of real people would
change, but I'm not banking on that."
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