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  1. Can you write a story about how bad of a deal GatorPass was for most students.

    51% of SF State students don’t live in San Francisco City/County.

    I live in East Bay. Roundtrip on BART costs me $8. Even if I went to campus 5 days a week thats $2 discount * 5 days * 4 weeks = $40 savings. Except the pass costs $45 / month. But I (and many others) don’t have class every day – I only go twice a week so the pass “saves” me $16 and costs me $45.

    Nevermind all the people who bike and walk to campus that are now having to pay $45 a month for no benefit.

    The only people this pass benefited were the students living in San Francisco who saw their monthly MUNI pass go down from $70 to $45, while everyone not living in the city is paying to subsidize them.

    Turnout for the GatorPass election was only 11%, and they effectively passed a 5% tuition increase on the rest of the student body.