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A Letter From the Editor: Meet Your New Paper

To the students, faculty and staff of the University of San Francisco: It has been one of the most important roles of my life...

Sonja Martin Poole Wins Historic USFFA-FT Election

In a landmark shift in the representation of full-time faculty, associate professor of marketing Sonja Martin Poole is the new president of the USF...

Awkward Silence: Revealed (Episode 1)

Only USF’s improv comedy group, Awkward Silence, could have pulled this one off. Their 13-minute parody of reality TV shows is chock-full of side-eyes,...

Board of Trustees Rejects Gender-Inclusive Bathrooms

A few months ago, Queer Alliance’s political coordinator, freshman Ezra Buck, needed to use the restroom. What would otherwise have been a five-minute task...

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...

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...

SHaRE Lifts First-Year Housing Requirement

For those who come to USF as freshmen, guaranteed on-campus housing serves as a buffer between brand-new adults and the daunting San Francisco housing...

Adjuncts Prepare for Contract Negotiations

Throughout the week, posters hung on the walls of Lo Schiavo read “We Love Adjuncts!” and “Come talk to us!” Members of the USF...

The Results Are In: USF Climate Survey

Over two years in the making, the USF Campus Climate Survey has announced its findings from nearly 5,000 student, faculty, and staff respondents. The...

Gleeson Hosts Zine Workshop

In the midst of finals and with school coming to an end, USF’s Gleeson Library hosted a workshop to dive into the world of...