How To Keep Going

“If I get hit by a car, I won’t have to take my final.” While looking at the cars driving past Loyola Village, I wondered...

Calendar Shift Will Cause Week-Long Delay in Pay

In years past, staff and student employees were paid on the 1st and 15th of every month. As we enter the new year, this...

CAPS Sees 3-Week Wait Time for Students

Three weeks. That’s how long it takes to see a specialist at USF’s Counseling and Psychological Services. Barbara Thomas, senior director of CAPS, said...

STAFF EDITORIAL OF THE WEEK

Our Favorite Moments

For our final issue of the semester, the Foghorn staff decided to do a different kind of editorial. It’s easy to forget that there are people behind this paper, but we’re here. This staff editorial is about our favorite aspects of working for the...

NEWS

Calendar Shift Will Cause Week-Long Delay in Pay

In years past, staff and student employees were paid on the 1st and 15th of every month. As we enter the new year, this...

CAPS Sees 3-Week Wait Time for Students

Three weeks. That’s how long it takes to see a specialist at USF’s Counseling and Psychological Services. Barbara Thomas, senior director of CAPS, said...

David Cosio (1982-2018)

USF lost an Army veteran and future nurse when student David Cosio passed away on Nov. 6. Cosio was a junior pursuing a Bachelor’s...

Petition to Cancel Classes at USF Nears 10,000 Signatures

Concerned students, faculty and parents urge administration to cancel classes This is a developing story. We will be updating this article with information throughout the...

SCENE

Meals in a Mug

“The Favourite” Is a Masterful Story About Powerful Women

“The Favourite” is a surreal, perverse tale of power and femininity in 18th century British royal courts. Sound interesting? It is. The film is director Yorgos...

Investigative Journalism With A.C. Thompson

Anjelica Gaufo Contributing Writer   On Nov. 28, in the Getty Lounge, the journalism minor organized a talk featuring former San Francisco Bay Guardian colleagues Adam...

Artist Spotlight: Sofia Rucker

Sofia Rucker is a senior marketing major with a minor in music. The Foghorn sat down with the Huntington Beach native to discuss her...

Artist Spotlight: Sophia Passin

Sophia Passin is a senior English major and fine arts minor from Oceanside, Calif. She is co-editor of USF’s literary journal, The Ignatian. This...

SPORTS

Thank U, N.E.T.

Balling in Belfast

This past week saw the USF men’s basketball team travel overseas to Belfast, Northern Ireland, where they competed in the 2018 Basketball Hall of...

Dons Make National TV Debut Against Sun Devils

Fresh off of a dominating performance against the Sonoma State University Seawolves, the Dons are preparing to host the Sun Devils of Arizona State...

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...

Opinion

Ep. 6 – Editing the Opinion Section

We brought Opinion Editor Sarah Hinton on the show to speak about how she edits her section anDescription: We brought Opinion Editor Sarah Hinton...

How To Keep Going

“If I get hit by a car, I won’t have to take my final.” While looking at the cars driving past Loyola Village, I wondered...

Our Favorite Moments

For our final issue of the semester, the Foghorn staff decided to do a different kind of editorial. It’s easy to forget that there...

From Marlboro Man to the Cool Juul Girl: Nothing’s Changed

San Francisco-based e-cigarette company, Juul Labs, is famous for its vaporizer device that is commonly used among middle school, high school and college students....

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