USD Athletics’ slogan for the 2016-17 school year is #GameChangers. This video highlights four student-athletes who have already demonstrated their ability to create change: Devyn Bryant (football), Uche Anyanwu (Women’s Rowing), Julia Sherwood (women’s soccer), and Lisa Kramer (volleyball).
Cassandra Cyphers ’19 began volunteering at Rachel’s Night Shelter, a program for homeless women sponsored by Catholic Charities, last year. In this episode of “Living Our Mission,” she shares some of what she’s learned from the experience.
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USD IS THRILLED TO CHEER ON CHICAGO CUBS’ KRIS BRYANT AT THE WORLD SERIES
University of San Diego alumnus Kris Bryant was drafted No. 2 overall by the Chicago Cubs in 2013, marking the highest draft pick in USD history. He was called up to the majors in 2015, and was subsequently named Rookie of the …
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There’s little doubt that the current election cycle has been particularly marred by harsh rhetoric and a lack of civility. In this episode of “Living Our Mission,” President Jim Harris and Carl Luna share some thoughts on the nation’s current state of civil discourse, and the fundamental importance of respectful dialogue in addressing humanity’s urgent challenges.
For more than six decades, the University of San Diego has endeavored to develop future leaders with a global mindset. In this episode of “Living Our Mission,” second-year student Luke Garrett sits down with President Harris to share a couple of moments from his recent trip to Krakow, Poland, the site of World Youth Day with …
USD’S VALUE AS AN ANCHOR INSTITUTION CAN’T BE OVERSTATED
Chris Nayve is on a roll. He’s thoughtful, articulate and tireless, managing the neat trick of appearing to be in ceaseless movement while emanating good-natured calm. Just now, he’s talking about connection, and specifically USD’s with those in which it has lasting relationships.
THE SPIRITUALITY OF IMMERSION SPEAKS TO THE DEEPEST LONGINGS OF THE HEART
I lean in, razor in one hand and shaving cream in the other. I struggle for just the right way to place my feet and legs, searching for a position around the wheelchair that will allow me to get as close as possible.
A TRIO OF SCHOOL OF PEACE ALUMNI ARE WORKING TOWARD A BETTER TOMORROW
In a recent speech before the General Assembly of the United Nations, Pope Francis urged the assembled countries to support those “who have no desire to be caught up in hatred and folly, have been forced to witness the destruction of …
NEW HUMANITIES CENTER URGES STUDENTS TO EXPLORE THE INTRICACIES OF WHAT IT MEANS TO BE HUMAN
Over the course of the summer, a construction project at USD has remained hidden in plain sight. Located in Serra Hall, the newly completed Humanities Center is unlike anything USD has housed before: a space dedicated to study through …