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Meet USF's new President, read about the '51 Dons, SF's top cop, and more in USF Magazine.read it online »
Marisela Esparza
USF Gates Millennium Scholar Puts on the Gloves for Immigrant Rights   read story »
Mushrooms ... The New Plastic?
Mushrooms ... The New Plastic?   read story »
Police Chief Greg Suhr
A Conversation With San Francisco’s Top Cop   read story »
USF’s William Bosl
Research Opens Door to Early Diagnoses and Treatment of Autism    read story »
USF Healthiest Workplace
Heart Association Ranks USF Healthiest Workplace   read story »
Luis Aroche MPA ’15
USF Grad Student on the Forefront of Fight to Reduce Prison Overcrowding   read story »
Mobile Health Clinics
Hundreds Flock to USF Nursing Students’ Mobile Health Clinics   read story »
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From the USF Newsroom

Elevating the Eccentric, An Unnecessary Woman Makes National Must-Read List

09-19-2014Rabih Alamaddine

Of all the characters novelist Rabih Alameddine MBA ’86 has created, his latest — a 72-year-old woman with blue hair and no friends — is his most autobiographical, he says. 

Race, Class, & Gender & How to Dance Them

09-17-2014Luis Reynoso

USF kicks off its fall Davies Forum with a performance and lecture by celebrated dancer and choreographer José Luis Reynoso on Sept. 18.

San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón Speaks at USF

09-15-2014George Gascon

San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón will speak about his rise from high school dropout to become the city’s first Latino D.A. on Sept. 16 at USF. 

Who Benefits? Research Raises Questions About Fair Trade Coffee 

09-12-2014Fair trade coffee

When USF graduate researchers landed in Guatemala to investigate whether fair trade coffee was benefiting local coffee growers, they never imagined the experience would be turned into a novel about the country’s tug of war between rich and poor, its colonial past, and coffee marketers’ efforts to win international consumers’ hearts and minds.


Campus Community News:

09-12-2014

English Prof. Dean Rader's book of poems about the "99 percent" climbs to No. 1, and Associate Prof. of Teacher Education Helen Maniates is named nonprofit educational partner of the year. Read more recent faculty achievements ...

USF Athletics:

Dons Dispatch Nevada, 3-0

Senior Valentina Zaloznik finished the day with 12 kills in the sweep over Nevada and moved into 10th on USF's career kills list. 

USF Battles to 3-2 Win over UTEP

The Dons nabbed their first five-set victory of the season at the Denver Invitational. Katarina Pilepic finished with 15 kills while Inbar Vinarsky added a career-high 10 kills to the tally. 

Rally comes too late for Dons on road

Dons put seven shots on goal in match, don't score until 87th minute.