At 18, Leonard Rubio ’13 killed his girlfriend. His future wife, Aouie Rubio ’11, was there that day. Now, they are on a mission to transform the way we think about justice.
St. Francis of Assisi was an environmentalist, a champion of the poor, and a nonconformist. His spirit lives on in San Francisco, USF, and newly elected Pope Francis.
He’s king of the ice, with a reign long enough to earn him a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records.
The journey from Jewish Harlem to the USF School of Law is one Jeffrey Brand never thought he’d make. Along the way, he developed a deep respect for the Jesuit mission.
USFers help run some of the best-known names in sports, from the Giants to Fox Sports. We asked alums how they got there.