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How to Sell a War

The New Republic, a progressive news site, 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...

From the Archives: Don’t Go

In a time when everything and everyone seems to be obsessed with the daily news cycle, The Foghorn decided to take a look to...

Why Now, Jerry?

On April 1, The Washington Post reported that a caravan of of Central American migrants would be coming to the United States. Considering that...

Study Abroad Is Geared Towards Underclassmen. This Needs to Change.

Study abroad can feel like a rite of passage for many students – for some, it’s the only chance they have to go outside...

Late Night TV Isn’t Just White. It’s Highly Educated.

The national discourse around late night talk show hosts has centered around the fact that the industry is white and male dominated. Just look...

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...

London Breed, And Being a Black Woman in San Francisco

“They were a political gang that got together and blocked this young lady, London Breed, from filling her seat,” said Amos Brown, president of...