The Light is Still On: the 23rd Thacher Art and Architecture Annual

While the Thacher Gallery prides itself on displaying the work of local artists, its most recent…

The Ignatian Literary Magazine makes a vibrant return to print.

After two years of being published solely online, USF’s annual student-run literary magazine, The Ignatian, will…

‘Waging Peace’ in Vietnam: Piecing Together the GI Movement for Peace

“It was an incredible, difficult task for soldiers in a war … to build a peace…

Robert Moses, Acclaimed Bay Area Performance Artist, to Guest Teach at USF

A dancer takes center stage in the Studio Theater on Lone Mountain. Instead of music to…

Homegrown and Handmade: The Climate Forward Community Market

Market stands lined the wall of the School of Education parking lot and the entrance to…

Student Poetry Spotlight

To celebrate the final days of National Poetry Month in April, two graduating student poets shared…

Afropessimism: A Talk With Frank B. Wilderson III

Despite recovering from COVID-19 and still sounding like a self-proclaimed “Mickey Mouse doing a Mussolini impression,”…

Migrant Melancholy and the Diasporic Imagination

Van My Truong, a Yale educated author and activist, was the honorable speaker for the seventh…

Student Performers Answer the Call to Creative Competition

USF student performers brought their musical brilliance and overall panache into the spotlight during the USF…

Students Soak in the Sun at Record-Breaking Day(s) of the Dons

Without a trace of the usual San Francisco fog in sight, attendees basked in the uncharacteristic…