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USF Faculty Association’s Dubious Affiliation

Stephen Zunes is a professor of politics and coordinates the Middle Eastern studies program. One of the things that makes USF such a great place...

Spanish Women’s History Explored At USF Film Fest

Nichole Rosanova Staff Writer On the last day of the USF Human Right’s Film Festival,  women’s rights moved to the forefront. Domestic violence, oppression, and sexuality...

USF Prepares to host nationwide islamic conference for jesuit universities

Deidre Foley Staff Writer The University of San Francisco will host a national conference Apr. 10 and 11 to examine the mission of Catholic Jesuit universities...

Is USF Really Too Politicized?

(Response to Professor Fels) Charlotte Perry-Houts is a Senior History Major. In last week’s issue of the Foghorn, Professor Anthony Fels wrote an opinion piece criticizing...

An interview with usf’s president on diversity, sex, sin, and what...

BEN GILL Staff Writer University of San Francisco President the Rev. Paul Fitzgerald, S.J. is a man bridging many divides, be they bureaucratic, political, or ideological....

G-Eazy and A-Trak take USF by Storm

Sierra Combs Contributing Writer CAB, USF’s campus activity board, kicked off its spring concert “Donaroo” with a bang. Each spring, popular up-and-coming artists grace USF with...

STUDENTS SHARE THEIR UNCONVENTIONAL PATHS TO USF

Claudia Sanchez Staff Writer Student Senate hosted the “It Gets Bet- ter with Age” event on Nov. 6 in the Kalmanovitz Hall Amphitheatre. The event was a...

Check Your Privilege — A Reminder to Reflect on Your Own...

Elizabeth Silva Staff Writer Check Your Privilege, a campus-wide social marketing campaign that seeks to raise student, faculty, and staff awareness around social inequalities and privilege,...

Dons Freshman Profiles: The Future of USF Basketball

Nick Schebetta Contributing Writer NICK LOEW For freshman walk-on Nick Loew, earning playing time and the trust of his coaches will come down to one thing: hard...

USF Alum Farms His Way Through Europe

Tanya Dzekon Staff Writer  Sam Wilder wakes up at 7:30 a.m. everyday to eat his breakfast and do his Tai Chi stretches before heading to the...