USD alumnus Stephen Wallace was in Bangladesh recently. He was working as a photographer with a filmmaker from London who was making a documentary on the plight of Rohingya women in the refugee camps near Cox’s Bazar in … Read More
FREEING VOICES THROUGH THE REDEMPTIVE POWER OF SONG
It’s a bright winter afternoon in Middle Tennessee, but shards of sunlight barely infiltrate the bluish fluorescence of the visiting room at the Correctional Development Center — officialese … Read More
Every month during the school year, in conjunction with University Ministry, students from the University of San Diego prepare dinner, deliver it and dine with residents of Rachel’s Night Shelter, a residence for homeless women.
WHAT WAS BROKEN IS NOW WHOLE University of San Diego alumna Jeni Dominelli ’98 (BA) believes in the power of music to help people reimagine their own life stories. She knows what it’s like to see life skid out of … Read More
There is one complicated but simple idea at the core of what started as USD’s Office of Volunteer Services, became the Center for Community Service-Learning, and is now the Karen and Tom Mulvaney Center for Community, Awareness … Read More
Learning doesn’t end when you retire, in fact, that’s the best time to lean in and get learning! The University of the Third Age celebrates its 40th Anniversary at the University of San Diego this year as the … Read More