The opening of its Downtown Campus places the university in the center of the city’s high-tech boom, just a short stroll from its original Gold Rush-era home.
Corey Cook, politics professor, discusses the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for San Francisco.
Whether half a world away in the Philippines or across the Bay Bridge in the “Harlem of the West,” the USF classroom extends far beyond the Hilltop.
Students mark the beginning and end of their time at USF at the landmark church. Hundreds of alumni have returned to celebrate another important rite of passage.
David Vann, associate professor in USF’s MFA program, has sunk, swum, and traveled many nautical miles on the road to rising international literary star.
A transnational legal battle is bringing renewed hope for justice in the case of the 1989 murders of six priests and two women during El Salvador’s civil war.