As ISIS continues to be removed from key areas in Iraq, plans to address rehabilitation and reconciliation are being formed by governments, NGOs, political groups and religious leaders. The Christians of northern Iraq have been victims of historic violence, but … Read More
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.
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’… Read More
Ever since its founding, the University of San Diego has been a community animated by a higher calling. In this first video in the “Living Our Mission” series, President James Harris reflects on St. Didacus, or San Diego de Alcalá, … Read More
Three thousand seventy six miles from the University of San Diego, Thomas Nolan ’13 found home. The 27 months he spent with the Peace Corps in Barranquilla, Colombia, is an experience he’ll never … Read More
For nearly two decades,University Ministry has offered the biannual Search Retreat, which encourages students to grow in their relationship with their truest selves, with others, and with God. Taking place at Camp Wildwood … Read More
Author “Art” E. Hughes, PhD, whose 24 years as the University of San Diego’s first president was highlighted by his leadership during a 1972 merger that created USD, passed away on Sept. 6, 2015, after a brief illness. He was 85. His solid leadership, … Read More