Home Tags Opinion

Tag: Opinion

“But was it really that bad?”

I stayed in the shower for 45 minutes after I was sexually assaulted. I stayed in there for so long that the woman who cleaned...

What Kavanaugh’s Confirmation Means for America

I am lucky enough to say that I have never been sexually assaulted. That being said, I stand with the women and men who...

Good Morning Professor… Bro?

One of the biggest changes we experience during the transition from high school to college is the relationship between professors and students. In general,...

School of Nursing Can Do Better

I have fallen into an uncomfortable, but generally accepted, limbo when it comes to the School of Nursing and Health Professions (SONHP). On one hand,...

A Case for Cutting Compensation

On Sept. 20, the Foghorn published a news story about ASUSF Senate considering cutting compensation for Chartered Student Organization (CSO) executives. On Sept. 27,...

It’s Our Turn

USF is centered in San Francisco, a city that hosts numerous political events including the Women's March, rallies, and environmental awareness forums. By attending...

Adulting Equals Accountability

“If the GOP has any brains from here on out, they’ll remind people they’re the party of letting you get drunk in college without...

Student Execs Defend Pay

Clarification: Ebony Azumah’s paid position at the Intercultural Center is not affected by the current CSO pay debate. Her compensation funding comes from a...

Senate Better Have My Money

As staff members of the Foghorn, we consistently work more hours than we’re compensated for. Many of us are here because we love our...

Depression in College. I Know How it Feels.

Depression and suicide is plaguing college campuses. According to the National College Health Assessment, 40.2 percent of college students are suffering from depression, and...