Professor Bryan Whaley’s New Book on Communication in Healthcare Goes Beyond Good Bedside Manner

Rita McNeil Contributing Writer  USF Communication Studies Professor Bryan Whaley was in the oncology unit at…

ASUSF Senate Offers Anti-Hazing Resolution for On-Campus Organizations

In an effort to prevent hazing throughout the USF community, the Associated Students of the University…

The Return of Swine ‘09

In the peak of flu season, a virus that shocked the nation in 2009 has returned.…

If You Don’t Have Haters, You’re Doing Something Wrong

Community Organizers Discuss Activism Principles  If you don’t have haters, you’re doing something wrong. This sentiment,…

USF Law Students Bridge the Gap

Second year law student Ashley Oddo interned this summer as a Law Clerk at the Washoe…

Ask The Nursing Students: How Should You Stay Healthy this Cold and Flu Season?

      Holly Ersek: Senior “[Make] sure to give your body adequate time to recoop!…

Affordable Care Act Affects USF Student Employment

University officials announced last week that students are no longer allowed to have more than one…

BART Strike Impedes Transportation for USF Community

For the second time in three months, BART’s union workers, which includes train operators and station…

Investigating Stereotypes: “University of Single Females”

Rumor has it that the “University of the Best City Ever” isn’t USF’s only nickname. The…

“Dreaming On”: Human Rights Activists Speak on Illegal Immigration, Mental Illness, and Racial Discrimination

After traveling throughout six states in just eight days, Jose Antonio Vargas said he felt at…