Congratulations to USF’s Winter Commencement Class of 2019! You are now part of the more than 110,000 USF alumni committed to changing the world #USFCA
Meet the team that lives for awkward silence........ USF's improv team, Awkward Silence, has their last performance of the semester tonight in Cowell 107 at 9pm!
DYK? The sculpture in front of Gleeson Library is entitled “Los Lobos de Loyola,” and depicts two wolves and a kettle. The legend of the wolf and kettle dates back centuries to the Ignatius family of Loyola. The family generously provided food to the people of their town. The family often had food left over that they gave to wolves. Their generosity served to inspire the wolf and kettle on their family seal. Centuries later, St. Ignatius of Loyola was born into this family and would go on to establish the Jesuit order. The wolf and kettle are featured prominently on the seal of USF