Today’s generation of college students say they are ever more spiritual, but live out their faith in nontraditional ways. While USF students come from a diverse range of faiths, they share a desire to not only strengthen their religious ties, but also to put their faiths into practice.
Learn how to pair wine with food, save the planet, do a cool yo-yo trick, raise quadruplets, and more from a host of USF experts.
Students in USF’s fast growing architecture major aren’t just training to build the tallest skyscraper; they are learning to change the world by creating sustainable communities.
Plus: Assistant Professor of Politics Corey Cook on how American cities are undergoing a transformation, with a profound inequality emerging in urban spaces.
Sr. Christina Heltsley, EdD '96, helps young immigrant families beat the odds in a world of inequality
Interfaith Activism with Aaron Hahn Tapper, Swig Chair of Judaic Studies
The lasting influence of former Jesuit Superior General Pedro Arrupe, S.J.
The Problem with Plastic, by Ross Mirkarimi, MS ’00
Lone Mountain Alumnae Scholarship helps hurricane victim
Jane Porter, MFA ’94 spins tales of love and hope
Dudley Poston ’63 scores a hit with demography handbook