Life can be tough for a law student—a new school to get used to, overwhelming legal briefs to wade through, and titanic loans to pay off. Lucky for University of San Francisco law students their school is ranked second in the nation for ‘quality of life’.
Carlos Muela '09 was chewing over an idea: If one food truck is
good he thought, then a bunch of trucks with a bunch of different cuisines, all
in one place, must be great.
A boisterous holiday cheer went up from about 200 spectators, as the University of San Francisco hit the power to 12,000 LED lights on the university’s two-and-a-half-story Christmas tree on Dec. 2, instantly transforming the surrounding darkness of Lo Schiavo Plaza into the gleaming essence of holiday merriment.
Kyle Zimmer got a $3 million dollar paycheck last year after signing with the Kansas City Royals, but that bonus came at a price: the junior had to leave the University of San Francisco before earning his degree. After being chosen fifth in the first round of the draft—the highest pick in USF baseball history—Zimmer made a promise: one day he’d finish his degree, which is why he's back on campus.