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Students Look Forward to End-of-Year Ceremonies  

For Suri Barcenas, senior sociology and critical diversity studies (CDS) double-major, her Mother’s Day gift to her mom is having her present Barcenas the...

KUSF’s Last Basement Show of the Year

With only string lights to brighten the small basement office in Cowell Hall, students crammed into KUSF’s makeshift music venue to mosh, dance and...

USF Has an Accessibility Problem

In a city built on hills, physical accessibility is going to be difficult. I recognize that USF has done a great job in implementing...

Portland Presents Last Chance for Track and Field

While last week’s Hilltop Awards marked a celebration of the end of the season for most of the Dons, the grind isn’t quite over...

Coyotes Come to Campus

Two new residents have moved into Lone Mountain with free room and board: coyotes. It is speculated, based on community observations, that their den...

Lu’au Delivers Exciting Performances, Delicious Food

McLaren Center erupted in a collection of effervescent song and dance, shouts and cheers as Hui O Hawaii hosted their 46th annual lu’au on...

Farrell’s Homelessness “Solution” Is Anything But

Homelessness is an epidemic in San Francisco, and every San Franciscan knows it. Interim Mayor Mark Farrell’s solution to this epidemic is for the...

Hilltop Awards Highlight Finest in Athletics

In a rare moment on April 29, the steps of War Memorial Gym were swarmed not with Dons fans, but with the Dons themselves....

Swig Program Welcomes Jake Tapper

Congregation Emanu-El was jam-packed with just over 1,600 people on Sunday to celebrate the 40th anniversary of USF’s Swig Program, the first Jewish studies...

Dance Ensemble Spring Concert 2018

The performing arts and social justice department held their annual Dance Ensemble Spring Concert this past weekend, and this enchanting performance captivated students and...