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Funny Jews Brings Students in on the Jokes

The class Modern Jewish Thought: Funny Jews, started off as perhaps it should – with an inside joke. The professor of the class, Shaina...

DREAMer Fund Supports Lawyers of the Future

What do you do when you get into law school, only to discover you can’t get a loan because of your immigration status? USF...

Professor’s Flowers & Sky Considers Shakespeare and Modern Life

The “flower soliloquy” in Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” inspired former USF professor of writing and life-long poet Aaron Shurin’s new collection of poems...

Bon Appétit Responds to Health Score; Students Point to the Past

In light of the Dec. 4 health report that found rodent droppings in a corner of the salad bar, a live roach and inadequate...

Commuter School?

A little over 4,000 USF undergraduate students (about 63 percent of all undergraduates) live off-campus, according to Tony Brouillard-Bruce, head of Student Housing and...

India’s Best-Selling Author Comes to USF

After 14 years in banking, Amish Tripathi found what he believes to be his life’s purpose: writing his nation’s history. He is the author...

USF Alumna Brings Interactive “Justice Library” to the Hilltop

Students are walking from class to class, filling up study rooms, chatting with their professors, some even eating their lunches – Kalmanovitz Hall is...

Market Café’s Health Score Drops After Rodent Feces, Live Roach

After a report from the San Francisco Department of Public Health found rodent droppings in a corner of the salad bar, no paper towels...

Meet Your Likely Next Governor

For the first time in California history, it’s likely that no Republicans will be on the ballot for governor come this November. As of...

2016 Adjunct Professor Indicted for Trying to Hire a Hit Man

He thought he was hiring a hit man to poison a victim with over 300 units of insulin. The supposed hit man was actually...