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What SDS Means to Me

In learning how to balance school, work and finances while dealing with the other crushing responsibilities of adulthood, one service on our campus commonly...

Men’s and Women’s Tennis Stumble to Finish Line

Men’s Tennis   The Dons dropped their final two matches of the season, losing 4-0 to Pepperdine University on April 20 in Malibu, Calif. and 4-2...

America’s Pastime Needs a Change-Up

There needs to be less baseball.   Before I continue, it must be noted that baseball is one of my favorite sports, and the pace of...

Men’s Golf Faces NCAA Sanctions

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) imposed sanctions on the Dons men’s golf team on April 6 for a series of Level II and...

Awkward Silence Brings Humor to Superstitious Day

A skipping Mark Zuckerberg and a cast of black cats may not be who you spent your Friday night with, but dozens of students...

On Political Inclusivity and Open-Mindedness

In a public speaking course I’m taking, one of my classmates gave a speech on “ideological safe spaces.” Essentially, his speech boiled down to...

Black Greek Life Struggles for Recognition

It has been hard for the black Greek organizations on campus to get other Greek organizations to understand the issues they face. “They do...

USF Sees 3.9 Percent Tuition Increase

Students’ school email accounts, usually occupied with announcements about educational events and correspondence, received an email with the subject line “2018-19 Academic Year Tuition...

The Last Lyricist Lounge Rings in New Beginnings

Poets and musicians alike gather to celebrate spoken and performed word on a monthly basis in the University Center’s fourth floor lounge. Lyricist Lounge,...

Selective Outrage Is Not the Answer

When President Donald Trump announced his plan to send national guard troops to the U.S-Mexican border, it unsurprisingly garnered outrage. The New York Times...