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- Elected to Lead
- Remembering John Lo Schiavio
- The Museum Makers
- Rare and Wonderful
- The Joe Marshall Plan
Remembering John Lo Schiavio
John Lo Schiavo doubled the size of campus, overcame crippling financial difficulties, and sparked national debate about college athletics.
The Museum Makers
Fourteen graduate students build a professional-quality art exhibition from top to bottom.
Rare and Wonderful
The Donohue Rare Book Room features more than 17,000 items, including books, manuscripts, and photographs.
The Joe Marshall Plan
Joe Marshall ’68 founded the Omega Boys Club to help inner-city youth escape lives of drugs, gangs, and violence.
Joe Marshall ’68 founds the Omega Boys Club to get youth off the streets. Six USF graduates change our world as elected leaders. Fourteen grad students build an art exhibition from top to bottom.
Rebecca Gordon, professor of philosophy at USF, answers five questions about the CIA and the use of torture.