Below is a listing of all the press releases from the San Francisco Foghorn at the University of San Francisco.
This week the editors of the Foghorn decided to do something a little different with the paper in honor of April 1st and the tomfoolery that generally accompanies this day which has been celebrated around the world for centuries. As you have probably (hopefully) already suspected, some of the articles in this week’s issue were completely fabricated. These articles appear on pages one, two, and 10 and contain fake stories, interviews and quotations the staff deemed amusing and appropriate April Fools’ banter. The rest of the paper – that is, pages three through 9 – contains the real news of the week as it would normally appear in the Foghorn. For example, the front page story about Father Privett locking himself in his Loyola House residence in the face of foreclosure on the property was fabricated by yours truly; however, the article about the spring break photo contest which appears on page 3 is real, honest-to-God news. We hope you enjoy this issue and hope university administrators don’t mind our lighthearted teasing.
Happy April Fools’ Day.
Editor in Chief
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The Foghorn holds its weekly meetings every Thursday at 5 PM. All interested in participating with the Foghorn are invited. We are here to help you publish content, so come in and check us out.Open House: Thursday, February 5th from 5:30-6:30. All are welcomed, light refreshments will be served.
Web MediaHot off the heels of the successful launch of the newly revamped Foghorn Online, we are looking for people to help create content. What sort of content? Podcasts, Videocasts, Blogs, Photos, Drawings, Graphic Arts. We’re looking to create a team of media specialists that would work closely together to create new and exciting content for the web. Creative minds please apply.
Scene WritersLike going to shows? Restaurants? Plays? Movies? Have an opinion about arts and entertainment you’d like to share? Want to interview musicians, authors and directors? Scene is looking for writers to review events on and off campus, review albums, compile fun top 10s, interview people and write artsy features.
Announcing the launch of the Foghorn Online, December 2nd, 2008:
Attention all USF Community Members! The Foghorn is proud to announce the launch of its new website, The Foghorn Online (www.thefoghornonline.com). We’ve added many new features including the ability to leave comments, post your own articles, and browse through USFtv’s episodes. We are holding our launch party for the new site tomorrow, Wednesday December 3rd between 6:00 and 8:00 PM at Crossroads. All are invited to come and celebrate, we will also be answering your questions about the site and how you and your organization can take part in it.