Marisela Esparza
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Police Chief Greg Suhr
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USF’s William Bosl
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Mobile Health Clinics
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Students Doused in Festival of Spring Colors

3-27-2015 Students Doused in Festival of Spring Colors

USF students welcomed spring to San Francisco in a burst of color on March 26, filling the air and dousing each other’s clothes and hair with bright violets and yellows as part of Holi. 

Trailblazing Cancer Care From an Alum Ahead of His Time

3-26-2015 Trailblazing Cancer Care From an Alum Ahead of His Time

Dr. Frank Meyskens ’67 is a man ahead of his time. He’s pioneered preventive cancer care and research since the early 1980s, driven by a belief there must be a better treatment than bombarding cells with toxic chemotherapy — which wreaks havoc on the body.

“Meaning” and the American Incarceration System

3-24-2015 “Meaning” and the American Incarceration System

USF art and dance students recently stepped out of the recital hall and into county jail, where they put social change art theory into practice with inmates and soon found themselves breaking down cultural biases in surprising ways.

Art Exhibit Raises Questions About San Francisco Without African-Americans

3-18-2015 Art Exhibit Raises Questions About San Francisco Without African-Americans

A new Thacher Gallery exhibit dives into the exodus of African-Americans from San Francisco over the past 20 years and the migration’s long-lasting effects on art, community, and perceptions of “home.”


Campus Community News:

USF Receives Historic $5 Million Pledge to Support Athletics

12-19-2014Malloy sports

USF Dons basketball and baseball are in line for major upgrades, thanks to a $5 million pledge to USF Athletics — the largest in the program’s history. 

09-12-2014

English Prof. Dean Rader's book of poems about the "99 percent" climbs to No. 1, and Associate Prof. of Teacher Education Helen Maniates is named nonprofit educational partner of the year. Read more recent faculty achievements ...

USF Athletics:

Gameday: USF vs. Saint Mary's

Dons go for series sweep over Saint Mary's. Jedier Rincon on the mound.

Day 1 At The Santa Cruz Invitational

The Dons co-host and contest the Santa Cruz Collegiate Invitational.

Cecilio Throws Complete Game Shutout in Win

Christian Cecilio gets this third career complete game in the 2-0 win over Saint Mary's at AT&T Park.