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Lambda Theta Nu Inc. adds color to campus

Staff Writer

While the University of San Francisco publically prides itself on student diversity, the reality on campus–i.e. only 5.6% and 18.1% of students are African American and Hispanic/Latino, respectively–for many students of color stands in stark contrast to the promise made in pamphlets. Fortunately, a wide range of student organizations at USF are doing their part to buck the trend. Continue reading Lambda Theta Nu Inc. adds color to campus


Danielle Maingot
Staff Writer

Growing up, there was only one item I would faith- fully order from my grandfather’s Greek restaurant – a lamb gyro (pronounced yee-ro in Greek) with extra feta cheese and a side of french fries. Earlier this summer I discovered the newest addition to Hayes Valley. While walking down Hayes Street one day, I spotted two little olive trees surrounding the door frame luring me in with the scent of oregano and thyme. Looking up to the sign “Souvla”, I immediately knew San Francisco has welcomed its latest Greek addition. Continue reading FOOD REVIEW: A GREEK TRIES SOUVLA