Lyricist Lounge: Come As You Are

“Go in poet!” yelled audience members between sounds of snaps, rhythmic lyrics, and the soft hum…

Where Do I Go To Study?

Imagine, it’s Monday afternoon, after a tiring day of classes, there are still hours of homework…

‘The Sound of Sunshine’ Spreads across Campus

For the first time in USF history, the Benedetti Diamond baseball Field was converted into a…

KUSF’s ‘Rock ‘N Swap’ Puts Unusual Up Front

What do the Beatles, a Baroque viola, and the Butthole Surfers have in common? They were…

Artists Bring Abstraction to the Thacher Gallery

The role of a spectator in art adopted an entirely new meaning on Aug. 25 at…

Students Blast to the Past at Dons Night Out

With funky live music, rainbow peace sign tattoos, and disco lights, new and returning Dons were…

The Light is Still On: the 23rd Thacher Art and Architecture Annual

While the Thacher Gallery prides itself on displaying the work of local artists, its most recent…

The Ignatian Literary Magazine makes a vibrant return to print.

After two years of being published solely online, USF’s annual student-run literary magazine, The Ignatian, will…

‘Waging Peace’ in Vietnam: Piecing Together the GI Movement for Peace

“It was an incredible, difficult task for soldiers in a war … to build a peace…

Robert Moses, Acclaimed Bay Area Performance Artist, to Guest Teach at USF

A dancer takes center stage in the Studio Theater on Lone Mountain. Instead of music to…