Securing the Common Good

Securing the Common Good, Not for One but for All Ayah Mouhktar ‘18 shares some advice for incoming students and reflects in this week’s blog on what it means to serve the San Francisco community and work with youth who are raised in similar conditions as herself. Ayah is an alumnus of the McCarthy Center’s…

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Our Commitment to an Anti-Racist Center

To our students, community partners, and colleagues We have been grieving and feeling outrage at the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, Rayshard Brooks, Elijah McClain, members in our local community: Alex Nieto, Mario Woods, Jessica Williams, Kenneth Harding, and Sean Monterrosa, and those named and unnamed, who are victims of anti-Blackness and…

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Reflections of a Director

After five years with the McCarthy Center, outgoing Senior Director Dave Donahue reflects on the evolution of the Center’s programs and his thoughts on reaching the current moments in our society. Five years in the McCarthy Center. And what five years!  When I started the job in the fall of 2015, no one would have…

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Designing Amidst a Pandemic

In a recent Medium post transcribed here, USF Professor in Design, Rachel Beth Egenhoefer, relays a message to her students on her Fall 2020 syallabus: Living Learning Designing through Multiple Pandemics. Dear Students enrolled in my Design courses this Fall, It’s a scary, exciting and crucial time for us to learn remotely. I cannot think…

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Our Commitment to an Anti-Racist Center

To our students, community partners, and colleagues We have been grieving and feeling outrage at the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, Rayshard Brooks, Elijah McClain, members in our local community: Alex Nieto, Mario Woods, Jessica Williams, Kenneth Harding, and Sean Monterrosa, and those named and unnamed, who are victims of anti-Blackness and…

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