120th Anniversary Edition: Warren Hinckle: Journalism’s “Pirate” Icon

Warren Hinckle left a mark on American journalism as a maverick editor and writer. Being one…

Community Building at Coastal Cleanup

Volunteers in neon vests and plastic gloves could be seen a mile away as they gathered…

Savoring the Night: Chinatown night market draws thousands 

Guided by the glow of red, paper lanterns hanging above Grant Avenue and the smells of…

USF Cultural Centers leads field trip to American Indian Film Festival 

Applause and cheers filled San Francisco Public Library’s Screening Room on Nov. 4, as the second…

“Women’s Work is Never Done” Explores Activism Through Art

The Virgin of Guadalupe is a symbol that is imbued in the very essence of Catholicism…

Swapping Sustainably: USF’s Free Thrift Pop-Up

On Oct. 24 and 25 at Privett Plaza, students sifted through tables of used clothing, looking…

Premiering this Weekend: My H8 Letter to the Gr8 American Theater 

After three months of rehearsals, the Performing Arts and Social Justice (PASJ) department’s fall play, co-produced…

Halloween on the Hilltop

Deciding what to dress up as for Halloween is one of the hardest choices a college…

Celebrate USF: Forming Community at the Food and Music Festival

Approximately 2,000 students, alumni, family members, and friends mingled over free food, drinks, and live music…

Love and Lumpia at Pamayanan Celebration

Kasamahan members cranked up the heat in the McLaren Complex while celebrating their second annual Pamayanan…