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Alleged Sex Abusers Include USF Jesuits

Jeff Anderson & Associates, a Minnesota-based law firm which specializes in representing victims of childhood sexual abuse by clergy members, released a report on...

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...

Reconciliation at St. Ignatius

The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus concert at St. Ignatius Church on Friday, Oct. 26 was a long-time coming. Not only was this the...

Lara Bazelon: Professor, Public Defender, Published Author

The Foghorn recently sat with USF law professor, public defender and newly published author Lara Bazelon. We touched base on how she got her...

BSU President May Create National Pan-Hellenic Council

Senior Ebony Azumah, president of the Black Student Union and member of Delta Sigma Theta, is advocating for a change in the way Greek...

How Do You Confront Denial? Stories

One month ago, I heard a disturbing story about an incident that happened at our university. Leon Rajninger, a Romanian Holocaust survivor born in 1931,...

Year-Round Muni Passes?

In spring 2019, USF undergraduate students will vote on a referendum that proposes an increase in the mandatory transportation fee every student pays each...

Why Is There No On-Campus Child Care Program?

San Francisco State University, City College of San Francisco and University of California, Berkeley are just a few schools around the Bay Area which...

Affirmative Action: The Asian-American Struggle

Asian-Americans boast higher weekly earnings than their Caucasian counterparts. And over 52 percent of Asian-Americans have attained a college degree out of the 33...

The Dream Is Alive at Rocky

Most showings of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” are, like many Halloween activities, done out of obligation to the holiday rather than actual desire...