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Rock Out at a CAB DONAROO Concert.
Every spring, USF's Campus Activities Board bring up-and-coming musicians to campus for exclusive concerts. Past shows have featured G-Eazy, Cold War Kids, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, A-Trak, Krewella, and Mike Posner.
Celebrate Holi, Festival of Colors.
Take a break from studying to join the Holi celebration put on by the Indian Student Organization (ISO). Holi, of the Festival of Colors, is a major holiday in Indian. Join fellow USF students in welcoming spring to San Francisco in a burst of color!
Walk Across the Golden Gate Bridge.
The Golden Gate Bridge stretches 1.7 miles across the gap between San Francisco and Marin.  Driving across just isn't the same. Walk or bike to feel that wind in your hair.
See the World! Study Abroad.
The Center for Global Education offers semester, academic year, and short term programs all over the world.
Get Loco with Los Locos.
As USF's student run school spirit organization, Los Locos is crazy about student involvement. Find Los Locos at campus events and in the student section of Dons athletic games!
Gain Experience with an Internship.
Many USF students have gone on to secure positions after - or even prior to - graduation as a result of an internship.  USF's Career Services recommends that all students graduate with at least three internships and can help you to find those opportunities!
Take a Ride on a Cable Car.
The San Francisco cable car system is the world's last manually operated cable car system. Use your MUNI bus pass to ride from Union Square to Fisherman's Wharf.
Explore the Labyrinth at Land's End.
Created by Bay Area artist Eduardo Aguilera, the labyrinth ties together a theme of peace, love, and enlightenment. Find your path to the center while listening to the waves crash into the rocks below.
Get Involved at SLE's Involvement Fair.
Discover involvement opportunities at USF, from student organizations to intramural sports, at this fair presented by SLE at the beginning of each semester. With over a hundred groups represented, there's something for everyone!
Find Your Favorite Campus Study Spot.
Spend late study nights in the Del Santo Reading Room (aka the Harry Potter Room) or sunny afternoons on the third floor of Lo Schiavo. Whether studying on your own or in a group, there's a perfect spot on campus waiting for you.
Get into the Action During April Action.
April Action is themed around environmental justice and building an environmentally responsible future. Join with USF students and alumni for a day of service at sites throughout San Francisco and in hometowns up and down the West Coast.
Bike Golden Gate Park.
Pedal through Golden Gate Park, just minutes away from campus. Breeze by the bison paddock, windmills, gardens, waterfalls, lakes, and more.
Celebrate the Lunar New Year.
Ring in the lunar new year at celebrations on campus and throughout the city including the annual Chinese New Year Festival & Parade. A San Francisco tradition, this parade is one of the largest celebrations of Asian culture outside of the continent.

Meet Claude, the Albino Alligator.
The California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park houses a swamp (Claude's home), aquarium, rainforest, planetarium, and more! USF Students can save 15%!
Spend a Sunday at the Ferry Building.
Eat your way through their many restaurants and shops. Fresh bread, treats, and produce? Yes, please!
Ride the Los Lobos Wolves.
The two wolves eating at a caldron represent the prosperity and generosity of the Loyola family who-after feeding family, retainers, and soldiers-had enough food to share with the animals. Take your pic on the Los Lobos sculpture in front of Gleeson Library!

Work in the USF Community Garden.
Located between Lone Mountain and the Education Building, the USF Community Garden provides organic vegetables, fruit, and herbs. Get your hands dirty, or simply enjoy the fresh produce at the campus farm stand!
Visit the Harmon Observation Tower.
Check out 360 degree panoramic views of the city from this 144-foot tower at the deYoung Museum. It's free and only a few blocks from campus.
Go to a Giants Game at AT&T Park.
Whether or not you catch a lucky fly ball, a trip to AT&T Park to cheer on the San Francisco Giants is a must. Watch for the USF Night game or go with Koret Center's Outdoor Adventures!
Experience San Francisco Coffee Shops.
Grab a cappuccino at local coffee shops in every neighborhood, not just your own. From corner stores to gourmet brewers, each has its own charm and personality.