Lindsey Wreden describes how she made her winter break more exciting (without spending extra money!) and encourages students to travel and adventure while they have the chance.
Through study abroad opportunities and service learning trips, senior Ivana Rosas has seen many countries including Nicaragua, El Salvador, and France. Rosas, an international studies major focusing on the environment and development, considers herself a citizen of the world.
Gabriel Avina, a sophomore and Asian studies major, knows how important and how different cultures can be, having spent most of his life living in Asia.
When USF Professor Mouwafac Sidaoui sent his original research to a Chancellor at a public university in Dubai, he did not expect to spend his…
As the frigid winter ends and before the icy clutch of San Francisco summer, spring blessedly nears the horizon. Easter may still be more than a bunny-hop away, but it is never too early to think about Spring Break. Yet between pocket-burning airline tickets and a queasy economy, some must curtail possible globetrotting excursions. From community service to thespian retreats, USF students have certainly not resigned themselves to a dull spring break.