The Foghorn staff urges students to become more aware of global issues
A series of events next week seeks to educate about sexual assault on campus.
USF races to pile up recyclables, while students are unaware of the national recycling competition, ending March 27th.
In the semester ensuing four alleged counts of rape by and against USF students, the wounded community took a moment to heal last week with a series of events aimed at sexual violence awareness and prevention.
Major events in the series included an evening event called Create Against Rape, the Take Back the Night march, the Clothesline Project, an art display in the Crossroads Gallery, and a display called These Hands Don’t Hurt outside of the Health Promotion Services office.
In a letter to the editor, Alia M. Al-Sharif keeps the USF community up to date on upcoming awareness events.
Dear Fellow USF Community Member, Over the past few weeks, following the sexual assault incidents that have occurred on campus, individuals from the USF Community…