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Nazis in The New York Times?

The staff of the Foghorn questions whether the New York Times should have published its Nov. 25 story “A Voice of Hate in America’s Heartland,” written by Richard Fausset. The article raised a storm of controversy over the implied notion that it normalized the...

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Destigmatizing Mental Illness: Unanonymously Anonymous

When USF senior Julie Young started planning for Unanonymously Anonymous, a panel to destigmatize students living with addiction and mental health illness, she was...

Fromm Atrium Dedicated to Robert E. Fordham

Faculty, friends and students filled the atrium of Fromm Hall on Nov. 16 to witness its dedication to Robert E. Fordham, executive director of...

Antonio Reza’s Road to Redemption

Antonio Reza's future revolves around one number: 71.5 percent. No, it's not what he needs on a final to pass a class. As a...

From Montenegro With Love: Politics and Spies with Professor Filip Kovacevic

There is no one better to speak with about James Bond or Russian politics than Professor Filip Kovacevic. Hailing from the former Yugoslavia, Kovacevic...

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Limiting Cumulative Finals Could be Beneficial

With finals around the corner, many students feel the stress that comes with the overwhelming study sessions ahead of them. The biggest reason for...

Don’t Tase Me, Bro?

The dilemma with police and their relationship to the community is among the many social issues in the forefront of students’ minds. For our...

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