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Janice Mirikitani Shares the Power of the Human Connection

Stefani Robnett Contributing Writer USF's Diversity Scholar and Visiting Professor Janice Mirikitani and New York Times bestselling author Chip Conley led a discussion about the concept...

Podcast: Yes, I Can Beat Depression

Depression has been widely criticized for not being a "valid disease." I had the chance to talk with a close friend who has dealt...

“Dear White People”: The Harsh Truth Through Satirical Relief

David L. Garcia Staff Writer “Dear White People” tackles big questions about race and identity with the bluntness of a sledgehammer, but never falls victim to...

Cool Off With Local Ice Cream and Gelato in San Francisco

Paulina Galoostian Staff Writer   Smitten Ice Cream Hayes Valley This cute ice cream shop uses liquid nitrogen to make the perfect scoop of ice cream! The texture of...

USF Boxers Flex Their Muscles at Annual Hilltop Cup

Andrew Noerr Staff Writer USF hosted the 11th annual Hilltop Cup in Hagan Gym this past Friday, and the university’s boxers impressed the spirited crowd that...

USF Alum Bill Cartwright To Coach Mexican National Team

John Holton Staff Writer USF alum and NBA player Bill Cartwright has taken over as the head coach of the Mexican national basketball team. On Sept....

USF Basketball Teams Shoot, Dunk and Dance at Hilltop HoopSFest

Nicholas Welsh Staff Writer The USF men’s and women’s basketball teams showcased three pointers, slam dunks, and even dance moves at the Hilltop HoopSFest on Saturday,...

That’s a Wrap! Campus MovieFest Awards Student Filmmakers and Actors

Mia Orantia Staff Writer  The red carpet was rolled out for the world’s largest student film festival last Thursday, Oct. 2. With 1,235 students, 95 teams,...

Have No Fear, BART Late Night Trains are Here!

Staff Editorial  If there is one thing that many USF students have consistently had concerns about, it is public transportation issues in the metropolitan city...

USF Alum Farms His Way Through Europe

Tanya Dzekon Staff Writer  Sam Wilder wakes up at 7:30 a.m. everyday to eat his breakfast and do his Tai Chi stretches before heading to the...