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Meals in a Mug

Amidst the sadness and stress of the impending finals week, it can be hard to find time to feed yourself properly. When you’re in...

“The Favourite” Is a Masterful Story About Powerful Women

“The Favourite” is a surreal, perverse tale of power and femininity in 18th century British royal courts. Sound interesting? It is. The film is director Yorgos...

Investigative Journalism With A.C. Thompson

Anjelica Gaufo Contributing Writer   On Nov. 28, in the Getty Lounge, the journalism minor organized a talk featuring former San Francisco Bay Guardian colleagues Adam...

Artist Spotlight: Sofia Rucker

Sofia Rucker is a senior marketing major with a minor in music. The Foghorn sat down with the Huntington Beach native to discuss her...

Artist Spotlight: Sophia Passin

Sophia Passin is a senior English major and fine arts minor from Oceanside, Calif. She is co-editor of USF’s literary journal, The Ignatian. This...

Student Spotlight for Charity Will Mix Talent With Service

The author is an organizer of this event. At a school filled with STEM majors, USF students in the humanities can sometimes feel as if...

“On the Basis of Sex” Is a Powerful Tribute to Ruth...

“The word ‘woman’ does not appear even once in the U.S. Constitution.” “Nor does the word freedom,” Ruth Bader Ginsburg retorts to an appeals court...

Culturescape is Redefining School Spirit

“Now, let our flight around the world begin!” the night’s host Zena Jaber (also a student) bellowed into her mic, drawing a roar of...

PASJ to Feature Its First Drag Cabaret Performance

Performing Arts and Social Justice (PASJ) is debuting their first-ever drag cabaret performance with choreographer Eric Garcia as part of a larger ensemble called...

Artist Spotlight: Nesley Rojo

Nesley Rojo is a senior sociology major from Wisconsin. She is a multi-talented artist who is most interested in surrealism painting, but is also...