A photographic journey through a single day at the University of San Francisco.
USF's effort to educate smart, effective activists cuts across the curriculum, while proof of its effectiveness is evident in stories of alumni who are using their skills as agents for change.
Faced with declining enrollment at Catholic elementary schools in San Francisco's Mission District, USF's School of Education and School of Nursing are partnering with the Archdiocese to provide professional development to teachers and healthcare to students.
As director of the nonprofit Prison Law Office, Donald Specter, JD'78, has spearheaded class action cases aimed at improving California prison conditions.
The History of My G.P.A., by Lannette Scott.
Electing a New Jesuit Superior General, by John P. Fitzgibbons, S.J.
Eric Munoz '05 had his in science piqued at USF. Now he is completing a prestigious medical research fellowship.
Patricia Calfee '04 founded a nonprofit that helps parents and students find a good match among the City's high school options.