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The Wonderful Wisdom of Woz

Madison Amido Staff Writer Apple co-founder and renowned engineer Steve Wozniak is widely known for his groundbreaking inventions and electronic engineering skills. Offering jokes and witty...

The French Election

TL;DR: France does their elections in two rounds: the first brings it down to two candidates, the second decides who the president will be....

Former Smoking Garden Repurposed as Peace Garden

Students gathered in the former smoking garden last Friday, bathed in sunlight and the smoke of incense, rather than of cigarettes. Among them were...

SF’s First Officially Approved 4/20 Ends On A High Note

David L. Garcia Managing Editor   By 7:20 p.m. on April 20, 2017, just a few blocks south of the twin towers of St. Ignatius church, the...

Why is the U.S. involved with Syria?  

Tl;dr The Arab Spring that swept the Middle East and Northern Africa in the early 2010s led to Syrian rebels vs. Syrian leader Al-Assad....

Students welcome spring with color

Deidre Foley and Brian Healy News Editor, Staff Writer   Students celebrated the beginning of spring by throwing powdered color at each other, bringing life to an...

Students Organize “Voices Rising,” Addressing Sexual Assault

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month across the country. USF is commemorating the month with workshops, group projects and informational sessions. However, Voices Rising:...

QA President Struggles with Transgender Exclusion and Bias

Katie Ward and Brian Healy Editor-in-Chief, Staff Writer   Grace Berg, the President of Queer Alliance (QA), is spreading her club’s message of inclusivity and tolerance, whether...

What’s it like to be a USF ROTC cadet?

Brian Healy   As Future, Kanye West and the Backstreet Boys played in the background, cadets from USF’s ROTC program discussed the possibility of stopping by...

Phelan Hall To Be Renamed to Burl Toler Hall

Brian Healy News Editor   A group of students who use performing arts to promote social justice recently put on a production last Monday, March 27...