3 hrs ago
Kris Jenner's Bachelor star toyboy Ben Flajnik is dating 25-year-old university graduate
Traded in for a younger model! Kris Jenner's Bachelor star toyboy Ben Flajnik is dating 25-year-old university graduate So Kris Jenner will no doubt be disappointed to discover she has been traded in permanently for a much younger model by Bachelor star Ben Flajnik.
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8 hrs ago
USF leaving building next to future arena site
The University of San Francisco has decided to vacate a site next to the future downtown Sacramento arena, planning to move to a spot on Capitol Mall in time for fall classes.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Exhibition opens to showcase Atayal children's art
Taipei, July 8 An American scholar and photographer who came to Taiwan in 2012 to carry out a project to empower local indigenous children through art have seen the results of their efforts in an exhibition of work by children from the Atayal tribe that opened in Taipei Monday.
Contra Costa Times
San Francisco: Car crash leads to stabbing near USF campus
San Francisco police are investigating a stabbing that happened near the University of San Francisco campus on Monday night, a police spokesman said.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
U.S. scholar blames neoocons for emergence of extremists in Iraq
A U.S. scholar believes the neo-conservatives who pushed for the invasion of Iraq in 2003 are responsible for the emergence of extremist groups like ISIS in Iraq.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
The Fresno Bee
Central San Joaquin Valley community colleges partnering with top law schools
Peg Mericle is the Dean of Instruction in Fresno City College's social sciences division.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
Device prompts evacuation in Inner Richmond
A call came in reporting the device about 6:30 p.m. on the 100 block of Beaumont Avenue near the University of San Francisco 's Lone Mountain campus, said Officer Gordon Shyy , a spokesman for the Police Department.
Jesuit colleges tour Spokane, Part 3
A group of15 Jesuit colleges and universities visited Spokane in May as part of the Jesuit Excellence Tour Program.
Downtown arena construction concerns USF campus officials
With an 11,000-square-foot lease next to where a new sports and entertainment arena is scheduled to be built, University of San Francisco leaders will be watching to see whether Downtown Plaza is the best environment for the school's students and programs, according to a school spokeswoman.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
Prince George Citizen
Kenney pitches virtues of skilled trades, but don't ask him to fix a leaky pipe
Even though he hopes to encourage young Canadians to learn trades, Employment Minister Jason Kenney admits he probably would have made a lousy plumber.
Mon Jun 23, 2014
Indians' top pick Zimmer nets RBI single in pro debut
Bradley Zimmer, the Indians' first-round pick in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft, hit an RBI single in his professional debut Monday, but short-season Mahoning Valley lost at Auburn, 4-3, in 10 innings.
Sun Jun 22, 2014
The Miami Herald
College recruiting: Next promise could be paycheck
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Thu Jun 19, 2014
The Jewish News Weekly
Talking with a A sabra who loves to teach Hebrew
J.: You grew up in Sderot, Israel, and you've lived in the United States for the majority of your adult life.
Tue Jun 17, 2014
Indians ink first-round pick Zimmer
The University of San Francisco product hit .368 with seven home runs, 31 RBI and a team-record seven triples last season for the Dons.
Cleveland Indians sign No.1 pick Bradley Zimmer for estimated $2 million
The Indians have landed the big fish of their 2014 draft class by signing outfielder Bradley Zimmer for an estimated $2 million.
Mon Jun 16, 2014
Field of Schemes
Hartford Double-A stadium would fall woefully short in job creation, local newspaper fails to notice
An article in yesterday's Hartford Courant analyzed the proposed $60 million deal to bring the double-A New Britain Rock Cats to town, and found that the key to making it pay off in job creation will be "keeping the park in use throughout the year with lots of concerts and other events."
Fri Jun 13, 2014
Players could make big money under plan
Basketball players would do even better, with some earning more than $1 million over four years if schools split their broadcast revenues equally with athletes.