Posted on 12 February 2013
If students … are willing to let such an obvious and direct injustice to go … unnoticed, there is scant hope of correcting more subtle and complex patterns of social, military, or any other variety of oppression The sustained use of armed drones — unmanned, remote control aerial vehicles that bring death to suspected terrorist [...]
Posted on 29 January 2013
No perfect equality is acheived, but it’s a good start. A legal and professional hurdle to equity for women in the U.S. armed forces was rightfully removed last week when Leon Panetta, the U.S. Defense secretary, ended the official ban on women serving in ground combat units. Though the ban dates only to 1994, Panetta’s [...]
Posted on 26 March 2010
Joey Belleza reflects on the remarks made about the United States Military at the Bingo for Haiti Benefit.
Posted on 02 December 2009
USF’s School of Americas Watch (SOA) group rushed into a room in Columbus, Georgia, inching in to hear the words of Bertha Oliva, a leader in the Resistance against the Honduran military coup.
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Posted on 11 March 2009
The Rape Is Not an Isolated Incident forum decided to create a space for the USF community to come together in an open dialogue and talk about the issue of sexual violence on campus. The intention of the forum was to allow concerned citizens to speak on whatever they wanted to and in whatever format. One of the main topics of discussion was concerning the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program at USF which has received a lot of criticism.
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Posted on 25 September 2008
A new academic year has begun and blue skies have returned to San Francisco, inducing many to take to the park or beach, attend music festivals with friends or possibly look forward to a November homecoming with family. It is likely that only few of us will be headed to Iraq, with the majority awaiting [...]