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17 Reasons to Love the New Hilltop
Changing the World From Here: Campaign for the University of San Francisco raised $312 million in six years. Alumni and friends invested in scholarships and financial aid, academic programs and new spaces on campus. Here are 17 ways the campaign shaped USF.
It Takes a Team
In the final stage of the women’s triathlon national championships in Tempe, Arizona, last fall, Kira Gupta-Baltazar ’24 was leading — but she was also hurting.
Where There Was Darkness, Light
When Pope Francis made his “penitential pilgrimage” to Alberta last July and begged forgiveness from Indigenous Canadians for the Catholic Church’s involvement in child abuse at boarding schools, he wasn’t only speaking about Canada.
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Have Crutches, Will Travel
This USF graduate takes Jesuit values wherever she goes.
Look, Listen, Lead
Just in time for spring commencement, USF grad shares a lifetime of learning.