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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...

The Disaster Artist(s): A Q&A with James and Dave Franco

One of the first movie reviews I wrote as scene editor at “The Foghorn” was for a James Franco comedy. It’s only fitting my...

A Chariot of Inequity

Some mornings, when I’m on a particularly crammed Muni bus to class, I find myself wishing there was a better alternative, but not quite...

Sharks Struggle to Stay Afloat

Hayley Burcher Staff Writer   About a quarter of the way through the season, the NHL has undergone a bit of a hierarchical shakeup. Teams previously classified...

Mayor Agnos Given McCarthy Center Award

The mahogany-walled and ornately draped Julia Morgan Ballroom in downtown San Francisco exudes class and distinction. On Nov. 9, USF faculty, students and California...

USF Students Host Live Bands at Clement

Grocery shopping is a necessity; some would even call it a chore. We’re all painfully familiar with the routine; hunt around for a reusable...

SF Deltas Control the NASL Championship Sunday

Not many at USF know we have a professional soccer team playing down the street from campus. This team, the San Francisco Deltas, received...

USF Ads on Breitbart Slip Through the Cracks

For the second time in less than a year, USF advertisements have been spotted on the alt-right news site Breitbart. After USF blocked ads...

“Feathers of Fire” Brings Light to the “Shahnameh”

A giant screen shows a feathery figure wearing a mask made out of precisely cut paper designed to resemble a face and decorated with...

Wait, Lockers in College?

When I think of lockers, I hark back to the thunderous metal clunk of me getting slammed against them by an extremely frustrated high...