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UNIVERSITY OF SAN DIEGO / Summer 2013
First Person, Singular
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First Person, Singular

They are unique yet universal; seven members of the University of San Diego community were asked to tell the story of how, exactly, they got here from there. They are students and scholars, inspirational and aspirational, professors and seekers, all sharing one single overriding purpose: to make a real and abiding difference in the world. Their stories echo a singular theme: This is what is means to be a Changemaker.

Ophelia Augustine ’13
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Ophelia Augustine ’13

The freshly minted graduate says her journey at the University of San Diego truly started when people reached out to help her and, in turn, showed her how to make a tangible difference in the world.

Professor Alberto Pulido
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Professor Alberto Pulido

Forming connections with cultures familiar and foreign equips the students of this Ethnic Studies professor with the wisdom and perspective to transform their lives by being a real part of their community.

Sister Virginia Rodee ’57, ’74 (MA)
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Sister Virginia Rodee ’57, ’74 (MA)

The University of San Diego’s assistant vice president for mission and ministry firmly believes that God wants people to be happy so that their talents can come to life.

An Academic Flair

An Academic Flair

As Executive Vice President and Provost Julie Sullivan leaves the University of San Diego, she looks back at her eight-year tenure with pride.

Making it Happen

Making it Happen

USD Magazine has questions, Head Baseball Coach Rich Hill has answers, most of which relate to his successful run for the past 15 years.

Starry Starry Night

What's Your Story?

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