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HUMAN RIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL PREVIEW

Brian Healy News Editor   USF’s long running Human Rights Film Festival, organized by Cine Acción, will soon be celebrating its 15th anniversary of bringing movies that...

Sessions Sesh.

Tl;dr - Attorney General Jeff Sessions lied under oath about talking to Russian officials during Trump’s campaign. Sessions is in charge of the department...

Finance Committee wants you to Participate

Brian Healy News Editor Campus Activities Board (CAB) recently held their spring concert in partnership with hip-hop artist Anderson .Paak and his band mates, the Free...

College News from around the World

Sarinya Harinsuta Staff Writer San Juan, Puerto Rico Administrators at the University of Puerto Rico are scrambling to find $300 million in savings as their main...

Graduate Student Senate Talk Proposals for Spring Elections

Brian Healy News Editor Graduate student senators recently submitted a list of proposals that, pending approval, will appear in April’s Spring Elections. Randy Menjivar, President of...

Whats up with Kim Jong-un’s Half Brother?

Tl;dr - Half-brother of North Korean dictator was assassinated on orders from North Korean officials (according to South Korean intelligence services). Most agree Kim...

Nobel Prize Winning Economist Talks Finance at USF

  Brian Healy News Editor   The School of Management’s guest speaker series returned to campus on Thursday, Feb. 23 with economist Robert C. Merton. Merton is a...

Mind, Body, Soul: Helping Historically Ignored Western Addition

Brian Healy News Editor Just ten blocks east from USF lies Ella Hill Hutchins Community Center, a recreation area for the Western Addition neighborhood where basketball...

Cadet Organized 5K Brings in Funds for ROTC

Brian Healy News Editor   A looming Golden Gate Bridge provided the perfect backdrop to runners racing in the 4th Annual Dons 5K, which took place this...

USF Professors Help Prisoners Earn Degrees

Katie Ward Editor in Chief   Dr. Jennifer Fisher, professor in the philosophy department, is no stranger to San Quentin State Prison. She is familiar with the...