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To walk out or not?

As we return back to our new routines and settle in for the next four months, the political struggle between the ideologies of the left and right rages on. In spite of the academic burdens we face, certain decisions from the Trump administration have...

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Undocu-DACA look to USF

The Faces of DACA

Luis Fernandez Ruiz Soft-spoken with a smile ear-to-ear, Luis talks about his love for photography. “When I go out with my friends, I never...

Honors College Funded by Alumnus Gordon Getty Donation

University of San Francisco alumnus Gordon Getty, a classical orchestra and opera composer and renown philanthropist, recently made the largest alumni donation to USF....

Finding Something From Nothing: Art Created Inside Japanese Internment Camps

Walking through the newest exhibit in the Thacher Gallery, titled "Something from Nothing: Art and Handcrafted Objects from America's Concentration Camps," you can hear...

USF Votes Initiative Aims to Register 100 Percent of Eligible Student Voters

Voting is a privilege that is historically limited, manipulated and skewed by lawmakers worldwide. However, those with the right to vote often take the...

OPINION

On the third day, He said, ‘Let there be endorsements.’

The separation of church and state is a crucial part of the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Nonetheless, this intentional separation has always...

In the Name of Love

Abigail Diggs is a freshman environmental studies major.   Historical records of marriage date back to the beginnings of civilization, when human relations were revolutionized and...

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