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Adjunct Faculty Slighted on Space

Even with the recent addition of Kalmanovitz Hall to campus, office space is still a hot commodity and remains elusive for some faculty. ...

1968 Colloquium Highlights Revolutionary Year

1968: The Great Rehearsal was a weeklong colloquium centered on events that occurred in 1968, using the year as a symbol for the great...

Faculty, University at Stalemate over Benefits

Editor's note: This article was rushed to print before the USF administration was given an opportunity to comment on the contract negotiations. A more...

Residents on the Move

Last week, the Foghorn interviewed five freshmen living in what was once a women's resource center on the fifth floor of Fromm Hall, as...

Black Student Union Hosts “Expressions”

  Art can be a somber affair. Dramatic romances may writhe onstage with emotion, while a poem might wrench the heartstrings at a critical verse....

Overcrowded Residence Halls Have Become a Staple of University Life

“The Housing crunch is on at USF. This fall, more freshmen ascended the hilltop campus than there are rooms to physically house them, leading...

Hip-hop for Change

USF senior raises her voice about her favorite presidential candidate, appearing in a music video starring local hip-hop musicians.

Clubs Fail to Register with SLE, Don’t Receive Club Privileges

When Residence Hall Association president Hoa Tran wanted to register her club for a table at the involvement fair, she was met with a...

The New Face of the American Legion Born on USF Campus

Captain Michael Gerold carries three iPhones. Which is not that hard to do while wearing the uniform of a U.S. Army officer. He says...

Popular Living-Learning Community Looks to Grow Involvement

It has been over a year since the freshmen living-learning community, the Garden Project, was created at USF. The garden, which only a year...