March 23, 2023
March 23, 2023
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Third-year law student Hubert Liu was steeped early in the culture of Earth stewardship at his Buddhist boarding school in Northern California.
The legacy of the Seiwald family continues as a University of San Francisco Board of Trustees member, Mr. Christopher Seiwald, has pledged one million dollars to the College of Arts and Sciences.
René Graham Hunter, BS ’95, MS ’03, credits her passion for USF to the incredible professors in both the undergraduate and graduate programs in the School of Management.
USF has bought the property at 250/270 Masonic Avenue, the building formerly known as Blood Centers of the Pacific, after 10 years of discussions with the nonprofit that owned it.
In a conversation with Marsha Rose, she shared experiencing an insecure upbringing. Her experience of being the child of a single mother with addiction problems has undoubtedly impacted her adult life and is the foundation for becoming a nurse.
The Black Educology Mixtape was created by students in the International and Multicultural Education doctoral program after they couldn't find a journal on Black education that speaks from beyond the ivory tower.
At the Involvement Fair in Privett Plaza on Sept. 6, students wandered among tables to see which campus clubs and organizations they might join — and listened as club officers delivered their pitches.
USF placed No. 2 in the nation for student ethnic diversity, No. 39 in undergraduate nursing, and No. 105 overall.