Witnessing and Reimagining the US-Mexico Border: Stories of La Frontera

As residents of California, we live in a border state, but living in the USF-San Francisco…

USF students experience life on both sides of the border wall

Over spring break, a select group of USF students experienced the latest immersion trip offered by…

Immigration, Justice, and Civil Society AT USF

Eli MacDonald  Staff Writer Valeria Vera is a senior graduating this May who identifies as an…

George Gascón Speaks to USF Community about Death Penalty and Immigration

Jeannine Abusharkh Staff Writer From high school dropout to San Francisco’s District Attorney, George Gascón shared…

Undocumented and Unafraid

Earlier this month, President Obama dubbed himself as the “champion-in-chief of comprehensive immigration reform” stating that…

“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…

Symposium Brings Hundreds of Cops to USF

More than a hundred police chiefs met at USF to discuss how occupy immigration and social…

Georgetown Professor Raymond B. Kemp, S.J. ties MLK’s “Dream” to DREAM Act

Community organizer, Catholic priest, and Georgetown University professor Rev. Raymond B. Kemp, S.J. spoke about the…

GOP’s Views on Birthright Citizenship Appalling

Vicente Patino discusses the GOP’s Views on Birthright Citizenship

Political Corruption in Arizona

Opinion Section Editor Laura Waldron reflects on political corruption in her home state of Arizona.