Burmese pro-democracy icon and Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi delivers a message of hope during an historic visit to USF.
Dons baseball coaches discover a hidden talent, fueling the unlikely rise of Kyle Zimmer from walk-on third baseman to star pitcher and Kansas City Royals draft pick.
The USF School of Law turns 100 years old. We profile eight alumni committed to fashioning a more just world, in diverse fields, from biotechnology to international justice.
A USF School of Law professor believes the DREAM Act should be passed. It would offer citizenship to certain undocumented immigrants who grew up in the U.S.
Sonny Manuel, S.J., ’71 on his return to USF as a psychology professor and his new book, “Living Celibacy: Healthy Pathways for Priests.”