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Why I March

Depending on who I ask, the annual question of “are you planning to march in Pride this year?” is typically met with an extended...

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...

The SFPD, #MeToo and Hope

According to the San Francisco General Hospital, there has been a 20 percent increase in the number of patients admitted for sexual assault from...

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...

USF Isn’t Doing Enough for LGBTQ Students

San Francisco: home of the Castro, Harvey Milk’s legacy and numerous LGBTQ resources and services. The University of San Francisco: home of one and...

Is Hook-Up Culture Harmful?

When you think of “college culture,” the thing that students seem to be most excited for is the same thing that tends to worry...

How to Sell a War

The New Republic, a progressive news organization, recently posted an article titled “The United States might be stumbling into a deeper war in Syria.”...

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...

Should City Hall Get a Crystal Ball?

By now, most San Franciscans have probably had to deal with scooters cluttering the sidewalk. This is because of scooter sharing companies such as...

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...