USF’s College Players performed the musical “Little Shop of Horrors” at
Presentation Theater Feb. 28 to March 3, as part of the club’s 150th
USF is honoring donors
this week with a series of events to raise awareness about philanthropy on campus.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia and award-winning legal author
Bryan A. Garner told USF law students exactly what to do if they want to
persuade a judge: avoid jargon, understand the weaknesses of their case, and
use only their strongest arguments.
Eight sculptures from the permanent
collection of San Francisco’s Mexican Museum are on display at USF.
Court Justice Antonin Scalia and lawyer and author Bryan A. Garner will be on
campus for two events Jan. 31. The pair will discuss the challenges posed to legal
ethics by technology, public speaking, and money and talk about their latest
co-authored book on interpreting legal texts.
USF faculty show off their recent art and community design work
with images of Iceland’s steam craters, motion-sensing triangles on a computer screen,
and an accordion-style book that stretches 20 feet and is filled with snapshots
from neighborhoods where recent Bay Area immigration raids occurred.
Leading Bay Area scientists and artists will delve into the pros and cons of using synthetic biology to genetically modify organisms, how globalization impacts women’s art, how artists are adapting to meet the growing demand for eco-friendly art, and more at USF on Jan. 13.
USF Magazine is hot off
the presses and in the mail, but you can read it first online.
USF hosts its winter
commencement just in time for the holidays, honoring the achievements of almost
900 graduates on Dec. 13.