San Francisco, United States

Art & Symbols at USF (Student Project)

Art & Symbols at USF (Student Project)

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5 tour stops

1

Welcome to USF

Welcome to the University of San Francisco!

30 s
2

Saint Ignatius Church

Saint Ignatius Church

58 s
3

The Wolves of Loyola

Los Lobos de Loyola (The Wolves of Loyola) by Pancho Cardenas

1 min
4

Verbiest's Equatorial Armillary Sphere

Replica of Equatorial Armillary Sphere by Ferdinand Verbiest, SJ

1 min
5

For the City and the University

Pro Urbe et Universitate (For the City and the University)

1 min

Overview

The University of San Francisco (USF) is famous for its mascot, the masked, cape-wearing Don. So why is there a statue of wolves on campus? Of a phoenix? A dragon? Learn the stories behind the art and symbols at USF in this short tour of sculptures and buildings on campus. This tour was created as a student project for class presentation only.

Itinerary 20 min

Offline map included

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