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- To the Moon and Back
- If You Understand History, You’re Able to Make a Better Future
- Jesuits Live the Mission at USF
- The USF Summer Reading List
To the Moon and Back
When she was 7 or 8 years old, Rebekah Davis Reed ’93 learned that her birthday, July 18, is also the birthday of John Glenn, the first U.S. astronaut to orbit Earth.
If You Understand History, You’re Able to Make a Better Future
Adrienne Riley ’71, MA ’74 never thought that the canvas bag of documents she’d held on to for more than five decades would one day make history.
Jesuits Live the Mission at USF
“I’ve realized that quite a lot of my work involves food,” Donal Godfrey, S.J. says. On any given day, you might find him at breakfast with students, at lunch with professors, or at supper with the Ignatian Faculty Forum.
The USF Summer Reading List
For the beach and beyond, professors recommend 14 books that entertain and inspire.
Just received the latest USF Magazine. It is fantastic! Really enjoyed reading all the articles. Also, I loved seeing some names of my classmates from the 1960s.
—Dennis Lucey ’63
What a great idea to honor our Mother Earth!
—Joanne Noce ’87
I am a graduate of USF, where I completed my master’s degree [MBA] in 1994. I adore USF Magazine for its content and awesome graphics.