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Mortar Board Honors Whitcomb, Hoehns, Students

Mortar Board Honors Whitcomb, Hoehns, Students
Tuesday, March 24, 2015

The Mortar Board Alumni Chapter of San Diego County honored Therese (Truitt) Whitcomb, Robert and Karen Hoehn and awarded Mortar Board students from USD and San Diego State with scholarships.

Nursing Fulfills Sanchez’s Passion to Help Others

Nursing Fulfills Sanchez’s Passion to Help Others
Monday, March 23, 2015

Kimberly Sanchez is pursuing her dream of becoming a Clinical Nurse Specialist through USD's Hahn School of Nursing and Health Science and helping others.

SOLES Student’s Mindful Approach to Life

SOLES Student’s Mindful Approach to Life
Thursday, March 19, 2015

Kate Vosti, a 2014 USD undergrad alumna and now a first-year SOLES graduate student, is dedicated to mindfulness and meditative practice. She's helping fellow students discover its benefits, too, twice a week on campus.

E-Waste Mission: March to a Million Pounds

E-Waste Mission: March to a Million Pounds
Thursday, March 12, 2015

USD's Electronic Recycling Center has launched a March to a Million Pounds campaign to collect used cell phones, laptops and other items, keeping waste out of landfills and providing computers to local kids.

Greek Week, USD Club Support City of Refuge

Greek Week, USD Club Support City of Refuge
Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Students who've done Semester at Sea study abroad have brought awareness to Ghana's City of Refuge Ministries back to USD. Greek Week activities March 9-13 are raising funds for the nonprofit organization.

Alumnus, Professor Brings Civility, Respect to Campus

Alumnus, Professor Brings Civility, Respect to Campus
Monday, March 9, 2015

Carl Luna, a 1982 USD alumnus and longtime USD professor, will moderate a panel at the fourth annual Restoring Respect Conference on March 20 at USD's KIPJ Theatre.

Architecture Conference Explores Housing’s Role in Politics, Society

Architecture Conference Explores Housing’s Role in Politics, Society
Monday, March 9, 2015

USD's Department of Art, Architecture + Art History hosts a conference March 12-13 focused on "The Housing Question," and its impact on politics, social reform and artistic practices.

Powerful Start for March’s ‘Her’story Month

Powerful Start for March’s ‘Her’story Month
Friday, March 6, 2015

The USD Women's Center and the Center for Inclusion and Diversity kicked off March's Women's 'Her'story Month celebration with meaningful expressions by students, faculty and an exhibit in the UC Exhibit Hall.