A year in review: 2020-2021

Maya Campbell, Editor in Chief, Online June 7, 2021

First Day of School August 31, 2020 The absence of the Senior Raid into the Salkind Center gym on August 31, 2020, marked an untraditional start to the 2020-2021 school year, yet other ASM traditions...

The Direct-to-Reader Platform Reshaping Independent Journalism

The Direct-to-Reader Platform Reshaping Independent Journalism

Cooper Makhijani, Staff Writer June 4, 2021

Launched in 2017 by journalist and entrepreneur Hamish McKenzie, Substack is a newsletter publishing platform aimed at small publications and independent journalists. The Legend spoke to Nick Bastone,...

Out of service trains pass eachother at the closed West Portal Tunnel on Monday, April 5th. Photo credit: Cooper Makhijani.

Opinion: SF must evolve past the automobile

Cooper Makhijani, Staff Writer May 10, 2021

The average San Franciscan spends 83 hours every year looking for parking. That’s more than two full work weeks. During those 83 hours, $1,735 of wasted fuel is burned, generating carbon dioxide pollution....

Falling back in love with San Francisco

Maya Campbell, Arts and Culture Editor March 28, 2021

    Before March 6, 2020, our daily lives were broken up into two sections: school life and home life. Whether you thought quarantine was a part of a never-ending tunnel or felt that...

London Breed permits reopening as SF theaters remain shuttered

London Breed permits reopening as SF theaters remain shuttered

Lochlain Steere, Staff Writer November 19, 2020

In March, theaters across the country--including all AMC, Cinemark, and Regal Cinema locations--closed for what they expected to be a six to 12 week period. It has now been seven and a half months since...

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