Preserving the Jesuit Tradition

President Emeritus Stephen A. Privett is truly a man of education. From serving as president of…

Former Intel CEO and Alumnus of USF Passes at 66

Between the founding of the “Intel Inside” marketing campaign, as well as becoming Intel Corporation’s fifth…

Curating a False Title

Within Gleeson Library, the Thacher Gallery opened a new exhibition in August titled, “Something from Nothing:…

Keeping the Powerful in Check: Q&A With Vicky Nguyen

Vicky Nguyen graduated as valedictorian from the University of San Francisco in 2000 with a major…

Russia Experts Talk New Cold War

With the closure of the San Francisco Russian Consulate this past August, the city has been…

Title IX Case Forces Koret to Re-think Men’s Locker Room Layout

Title IX has broadened from being a sports equity law to protecting students from “any type…

How we Choose to Heal

It was on Thanksgiving night last week that I got dragged into what many would call…

Blue Dot in a Red Sea: Liberal Observations of the Second Debate at Trump Headquarters, Marin

After having watched the first presidential debate with liberals in San Francisco, I was curious what…

The Nature of the Single Narrative

It was on a humid day last June in a small town near the Dead Sea…

Obama’s Grand Balancing Act

In a New York Times article released over Labor Day weekend entitled “U.S. Presses for Truce…