VOL. 103 ISSUE 24
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A Message From the ASUSF President
Welcome!My name is James Kilton and I am thePresident of the Associated Students(ASUSF). I am delighted to join theFoghorn in welcoming the University of San Francisco Class of 2011. Firstof all, I hope that all of you have moregrace than I did on move-in day of my freshman year. Transition into collegeis an exciting and challenging ﬁrst steptoward independence and I wish you allthe best of luck!I write in order to share my perspectiveon the leadership and involvementopportunities that are available to you atUSF. ome of the most rewarding andmemorable experiences of my collegecareer have occurred while working inthe Associated Students. Involvementin leadership positions gives you theopportunity to make lifelong friends as well as build a strong resume.ne of the ways in which you canet involved is by visiting the StudentLeadership and Engagement oﬃ ceacross from Jamba Juice) or by visitingthe University Life tab on USFconnect.MySpot, the student-run website, wasne of Senate’s major initiatives last year and it hosts information for gettingnvolved as well as information for allASUSF clubs and organizations. Also, you can view updates from Senate, watchtreaming USFtv, read the Foghorn,listen to KNDZ (the student-run radiotation), view sports scores and even link to Facebook and Ratemyprofessor.com.Finally, I want to encourage all of youto contact Senate with any issues oroncerns. Senate is here to represent your voice whether you are interestedn changing a campus policy or having waﬄ e maker installed in the cafeteria. e easiest way to contact us is via email:firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, we hold weekly meetings from 6-8pm every Tuesday, where anyone can address the Senaten open forum. College is a fresh start.All of you have the opportunity to learnnd grow in preparation for exciting andhallenging careers. lso, remember thatnly 1% of the world has the opportunity to receive an education from a university.Have fun and make the most of thistremendous opportunity!All the best,ames M KiltonASUSF Presidentenate@usfca.edu
Welcome Message From the Foghorn
Welcome Class of 2011!My name is Hunter Patterson, ManagingEditor of the Foghorn. On behalf of all the Foghorn staﬀ, I would like tocongratulate you on your admittance toUSF. College is an incredible opportunity.As I enter my senior year I have seenfriends, classmates and roommatesmature and gain the conﬁdence andeducation to pursue their career and lifegoals. Current USF graduates are movingon to impressive careers and graduatestudies in a number of ﬁelds includinginvestment banking, nursing, engineering,teaching and medicine. College can be your greatest resource, here at USF, youhave every opportunity to pursue yourgoals and whatever they may be, we wish you the best of luck.College is a serious investment of yourtime and money and it is an incredibleopportunity available to only a smallpercentage of the world population. Iurge you to use these next four years of your life to develop skills that will help you pursue your goals. In this challenge you will ﬁnd your peers and professors toe your greatest allies. USF is set up inevery way to help you deﬁne yourself andachieve your greatest potential. When school starts in the fall you haveplenty of time to make new friends,try new things and have tons of funhere at USF and in the world-class city of San Francisco. In the mean time, Irecommend you sit down and make alist of things you want to accomplish incollege. Do you want to become moreindependent? Get a 4.0? Learn how tospeak Japanese? Run to the beach andack (It is 7 miles). Or maybe perfect thattop ramen recipe? Whatever you aim toaccomplish in these next four years, we wish you the best of luck. e Foghorn staﬀ has spent the pastfew weeks assembling this specialsummer issue of the Foghorn to help you get comfortable with life at USF. We have included advice from graduates,restaurant reviews and websites that oneshould know, as well as other importantinformation including ﬁnding a job andpicking a major. We hope that you ﬁndthis guide helpful and hopefully it servesas a small nudge in the right direction.Once again, congratulations and welcometo USF.
tephanie Ijomabove) and Kevin Koonz re just some of the new faces around cam-us. To read interviews with new freshmen visit the Foghorn website.
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