50 Years of BSU

Gabriel Greschler and Mardy Harding Editor in Chief and News Editor   Twentieth century Pan-African activist Marcus Garvey once said, “A people without the knowledge...

Breed Honored as Alumna

Gabriel Greschler and Mardy Harding Editor in Chief and News Editor   Mayor London Breed, who graduated from USF’s Master of Public Administration program in...

Historic Election Day at War Memorial Gym

The line trailed out the War Memorial Gym door. Students sat on the ground and outside to fill out their ballots. Ballot boxes overflowed...

STAFF EDITORIAL OF THE WEEK

The Concept of “Cool”

Growing up, nearly everyone wanted to be one of the “cool kids.” It was hard to define what exactly made some people cool and others not, but it was always something you just inherently knew when you saw it. The desire to be cool...

NEWS

50 Years of BSU

Gabriel Greschler and Mardy Harding Editor in Chief and News Editor   Twentieth century Pan-African activist Marcus Garvey once said, “A people without the knowledge...

Breed Honored as Alumna

Gabriel Greschler and Mardy Harding Editor in Chief and News Editor   Mayor London Breed, who graduated from USF’s Master of Public Administration program in...

Students Observe Colombia’s Truth Commission

USF’s University Ministry has launched “The Observatory,” a project created to follow the work of and media reaction to Colombia’s “Commission for the Clarification...

Historic Election Day at War Memorial Gym

The line trailed out the War Memorial Gym door. Students sat on the ground and outside to fill out their ballots. Ballot boxes overflowed...

SCENE

Student Spotlight for Charity Will Mix Talent With Service

The author is an organizer of this event. At a school filled with STEM majors, USF students in the humanities can sometimes feel as if...

“On the Basis of Sex” Is a Powerful Tribute to Ruth Bader Ginsburg

“The word ‘woman’ does not appear even once in the U.S. Constitution.” “Nor does the word freedom,” Ruth Bader Ginsburg retorts to an appeals court...

Culturescape is Redefining School Spirit

“Now, let our flight around the world begin!” the night’s host Zena Jaber (also a student) bellowed into her mic, drawing a roar of...

PASJ to Feature Its First Drag Cabaret Performance

Performing Arts and Social Justice (PASJ) is debuting their first-ever drag cabaret performance with choreographer Eric Garcia as part of a larger ensemble called...

SPORTS

How Do Robo Umps Work?

The technology is not as far off as it may seem. From 2006 to 2017, every MLB stadium had a system called PITCHF/x to...

Throw ‘Em Out

Major League Baseball, which is approaching its 150th anniversary, is rich with history and tradition; from the designated offensive and defensive style of play...

Winning Weekend for the Dons

The USF men’s and women’s basketball teams were victorious in their 2018-19 season home openers this past weekend at War Memorial Gymnasium.   Women’s basketball...

WNBA Players Deserve Better

Perennial favorites getting knocked off their pedestal, hard-fought semifinals that came down to the final seconds of regulation and a team ending their near...

Opinion

The Concept of “Cool”

Growing up, nearly everyone wanted to be one of the “cool kids.” It was hard to define what exactly made some people cool and...

Conservatives Should Start Conserving

It wasn’t too long ago that Republican presidents cared about the environment. President Roosevelt used his authority to protect wildlife and public lands by...

What Prop 11 Means for Nursing

The primary role of a nurse is to advocate for their patients and the communities they serve, while also providing the best care possible....

I’m a First-Gen Student. Here’s what it’s like.

“First-generation college student” is an invisible identity. You can’t see it on me. However, it is one that I’m proud to have. But what...

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