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Students With Disabilities Representative Returning to ASUSF Senate

The students with disabilities representative is making its return to ASUSF Senate. After being absent for two years, the student body has voted to...

Students Walk Out for Gun Reform

Orange-clad students, staff and faculty gathered for USF’s student-organized gun reform protest in Gleeson Plaza on April 20, the 19th anniversary of the Columbine...

Early Earth Day: USF Brings Students and Sustainability Together

The bicycles in Gleeson Plaza on April 19 were, physically, going nowhere. One was powering a blender making a smoothie, one was being repaired...

Students Celebrate 4/20

The sun was shining, birds were chirping and a massive cloud of smoke hung above Hippie Hill in Golden Gate Park. For San Francisco...

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...

New Meditation Sessions Combat Stress of Student Life

The “monkey mind” is an anxious, active mind, and USF’s new sessions are aimed at disciplining and controlling that anxiety, according to Asian philosophy...

The Five Most Slept-On Parts of Campus

Heading into the final month of school, you may feel like you’ve got USF down to a science. You’ve been everywhere on our tiny...

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...

Honoring the Service of Don Crean

Don Crean, one of the longest serving members of University Ministry (UM) who worked with USF for over 22 years, retired from his position...

Meet Your ASUSF Candidates

USF has officially entered the 2018-2019 ASUSF Senate campaigning season. Voting starts April 16 through the 20, where students can place their vote for...