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Coming Together: USD’s March of the Toreros

Coming Together: USD’s March of the Toreros
Friday, March 7, 2014

The March of the Toreros brought students, faculty, staff, administrators and a cross-section of the USD campus together to celebrate diversity and inclusion.

CRS Rice Bowl Grant Awarded to Bayside

CRS Rice Bowl Grant Awarded to Bayside
Wednesday, March 5, 2014

The first local recipient of a Catholic Relief Services Rice Bowl grant is Bayside Community Center, a place where the USD campus community does year-round volunteer work.

Tennis Alums Set Tradition of Hard Work, Success

Tennis Alums Set Tradition of Hard Work, Success
Tuesday, March 4, 2014

The hard work displayed by today's USD men's tennis team follows the success of alumni Jose Luis "Tato" Noriega and Andrew Rae, both of whom will be inducted into a hall of fame this spring.

USD Establishes Permanent Madrid Center

USD Establishes Permanent Madrid Center
Monday, March 3, 2014

The University of San Diego has announced that it has signed a lease to establish its first permanent international studies facility in Madrid, Spain. Students will begin study abroad work there this Summer and Fall.

Torero-Born Leaders

Torero-Born Leaders
Thursday, February 27, 2014

Seniors Farrah Coltrain and Nick Collins are graduating in May and both recently learned they've been selected by their respective national Greek Life organizations for leadership development roles.

Getting to Know Your Professors: Halina Duraj

Getting to Know Your Professors: Halina Duraj
Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Assistant Professor of English Halina Duraj discusses which writers inspire her, good advice and about the importance of creative writing in a liberal arts education.

Students Engineer Published Study on Classmates’ Creativity

Students Engineer Published Study on Classmates’ Creativity
Tuesday, February 25, 2014

A study to examine USD freshmen engineering students' inner creativity, and executed by their fellow engineering classmates in the 2012 spring semester, was recently published professionally.

USD Professor Finds Lasting Impact of ‘Jersey Shore’ on Youth

USD Professor Finds Lasting Impact of ‘Jersey Shore’ on Youth
Tuesday, February 25, 2014

A new study conducted by Bradley Bond, PhD, assistant professor in USD’s Department of Communication Studies finds a link between "Jersey Shore" exposure and viewers' sexual attitudes and behaviors.