Staff Editorial: Walking the tightrope between burnout and ignorance

Today, we are walking a fine line between wanting to stay up to date and complete…

Is watching true crime a crime?

Isabel Tayag is a sophomore sociology major. Phia Rau Halleen is a sophomore sociology major. With…

USF: Home to the rodents

Sabrina Hemida is a freshman sociology major. Sakshi Kashyap is a sophomore sociology major. The majority…

The “Chinese virus…” Or is it?

Storm Wold is a sophomore sociology major. Ethan Keeling is a freshman sociology major. In late…

Racial disparities in the United States criminal justice system

Mimi Endo is a freshman sociology major Andrea Boesak is a junior sociology major The U.S.…

To pass or not to pass

Earlier this week, USF announced that a policy to allow students to choose a pass-fail option…

Traveling amidst a pandemic

Haley Keizur is a sophomore media studies major. The past few weeks have been the craziest…

Staff Editorial: Hey, we’re still here!

It feels like it’s the end of the world, but we promise you — it’s not.…

Social distancing is essential in the wake of COVID-19

Maggie Aldrich is a freshman English major It feels like yesterday that I was first hearing…

San Francisco schools are leaving children at risk

Callie Fausey is a sophomore media studies student. An age-old and preventable hazard is currently putting…