It’s that time of year again, when eyes sparkle and arms
embrace in celebration. It’s fall graduation at the University of San Francisco, as commencement exercises get
underway Dec. 17.
Ada Wong ’05 made it into the final three in her bid to win NBC’s reality television show The Biggest Loser.
On the 400th anniversary of the death of Matteo Ricci, S.J., a pioneer and renowned scholar of Asian culture, the University of San Francisco opens two exhibits of art, iconography, and rare books that shed light on California’s role as a center for trade and cultural exchange extending to the Philippines, Mexico, and the tribes of North America dating back to the 1570s.
It’s World AIDS Day 2009 and a dozen University of San
Francisco students are bundling boxes of multivitamins to be shipped to
Zimbabwe, where the disease afflicts more than 15 percent of the country’s
Jennifer E. Turpin, University of San Francisco dean of the
College of Arts and Sciences since 2003, has been selected as the university’s
Determined to document alleged human rights abuses and
rule-of-law violations by the U.S. at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Peter Jan
Honigsberg, professor and director of legal research and writing at the University of San Francisco’s School of Law, has begun
conducting video taped interviews of former detainees of the military detention