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Meet the Candidates

While you’ll have to wait over 500 days for the 2020 presidential election, elections for ASUSF Senate — the student body’s...

Part-Time Union Resolves Negotiations with USF

The green and gold “USF Part Time Faculty Deserve a Fair Contract!” signs that are scattered across campus are now covered with...

Before Carbon Offset Purchases, USF Failed to Meet Emissions Goal

Update as of April 25, 2019: Since the publication of this article, USF has announced that they purchased carbon offsets to become...

Dozens of Nursing Students Face Delays

Last semester, nursing students lost out on hours of clinical experience, which USF’s School of Nursing and Health Professions attributed in part...

They Went. They Saw. Then, They Shared.

Imagine getting to stand right where the historical event you learned about in class occurred. The newly revamped Erasmus living-learning community got...

Student’s Admission to USF was Potentially Illegal, Former Top Administrator Claims...

A recent lawsuit filed by Dr. Stanley Nel, former Vice President of International Relations for the University of San Francisco, claims he...

Robbery Raises Concerns Near Off-Campus Dorm

Though the popular Fizzee’s bar is just blocks away, USF-owned off-campus dorm Pedro Arrupe, seems to have a history of quiet existence....

Masters Degree Becomes Public Health Concentration

Prospective USF graduate student applicants who are interested in pursuing a career in public health can now apply to the newly added...

No Test Scores? No Problem.

Even before the college admissions scandal rocked the nation in early March, standardized testing was always a controversial issue. On March 27,...

What Happens When You Go Too Hard

You’ve seen it, you’ve smelled it, maybe you’ve even done it yourself. Vomit is a common occurrence in and around the USF...