Capturing Marian's Story
Creative writing class interviews seniors for StoryCorps national oral history project.
The Department of English at the University of San Francisco offers both major and minor programs with a literature or writing concentration. Central to these programs is the belief that the close study of literature offers great pleasure, intellectual challenge and versatile training for a variety of careers.
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