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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...

It’s Time to Start Paying for Facebook

Facebook has been in the news a lot recently, and for good reason – it has been revealed that Cambridge Analytica, a political consulting...

Elevate Parkland Students’ Voices. Just Don’t Get It Twisted

People are saying that the school shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida is the first shooting where we know more about...

Can USF Help With More Internships?

For our parents’ generation, college was often the end-all to getting a job. For us, we know that in order to get a job...

Where Should the Homeless Go?

Anyone who spends time in San Francisco knows that we have a homelessness problem. Tackling this problem has always caused debate in this city;...

Let’s Be Blunt

On Jan. 24th, the University of San Francisco community received an email from the Director of Student Conduct, Rights, and Responsibilities that confirmed that...

Nazis in The New York Times?

The staff of the Foghorn questions whether the New York Times should have published its Nov. 25 story “A Voice of Hate in America’s...

Don’t Tase Me, Bro?

The dilemma with police and their relationship to the community is among the many social issues in the forefront of students’ minds. For our...

First Generation Students Tell Stories of Hardship and Elation

Chris Barnett, Gabriel Greschler, Sam Freed and Kash Bhatnagar Contributing Writers   Pushing up his black, thick-framed, prescription Ray-Ban glasses, Anthony Bailon, a junior media studies major,...