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Graduation Speaker Has Criminal Record Dismissed

The day Antonio Reza’s five-year probation ended, he stood outside of Gleeson Library, looking up at the sky while raindrops pelted his face. Those...

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...

50 Years of BSU

Gabriel Greschler and Mardy Harding Editor in Chief and News Editor   Twentieth century Pan-African activist Marcus Garvey once said, “A people without the knowledge...

Breed Honored as Alumna

Gabriel Greschler and Mardy Harding Editor in Chief and News Editor   Mayor London Breed, who graduated from USF’s Master of Public Administration program in...

Students Observe Colombia’s Truth Commission

USF’s University Ministry has launched “The Observatory,” a project created to follow the work of and media reaction to Colombia’s “Commission for the Clarification...

Historic Election Day at War Memorial Gym

The line trailed out the War Memorial Gym door. Students sat on the ground and outside to fill out their ballots. Ballot boxes overflowed...

Beer With Your Basketball?

As part of a new push for increased student engagement, the Athletics Department has opened a bar in War Memorial Gym. Only beer and...

Students Start Secret Condom Distribution

Unlike many universities, USF doesn’t provide free condoms, due to Catholic traditions surrounding contraception. But that didn’t stop a secret group of students from...