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SCM Spring 2018

Spring 2018

Trust: how it’s earned, how it’s betrayed—from journalism to the aftermath of disaster. Plus immigrants in detention, a cowboy ballad, Finn Hall rises, and our driverless future.

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  • Trust Me

    Trust Me

    After decades of declining trust in journalism, here’s some good news. Introducing the Trust Project—a global effort to help readers identify reliable news. Illustrations by Franziska Barczyk.

    Spring 2018

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  • ATHLETICS

    Athletics

    Profiles of Santa Clara athletes and coaches, tales of teams from yesterday and today. Go Broncos!

  • ACADEMICS & RESEARCH

    Academics & Research

    Explore teaching and scholarship at SCU, including research done by students: from controlling a NASA satellite to studying the effects of climate change or looking at grotesque advertising.

  • BOOKS & ARTS

    Books & Arts

    Books, music, and art from Santa Clara faculty, students and alumni. Featuring slideshows and podcasts.

  • THE UNIVERSITY TODAY

    The University Today

    Wondering what that new building is? Curious about the strategic plan? Get the latest news from around the Mission Campus.

  • HISTORY & TRADITIONS

    History & Traditions

    Snapshots and stories from the past that have shaped the Santa Clara of today.

  • INNOVATIONS

    Innovations

    From high-tech to entrepreneurial endeavors, here are projects and ideas with roots in the Mission Campus.

  • CURRENT EVENTS

    Current Events

    Stories that connect to the big conversations we're having as a society, or should be having.

  • SERVICE & SPIRITUALITY

    Service & Spirituality

    Matters of faith, social justice, and the stuff at the heart of a Jesuit education.

  • Educated admissions

    Educated admissions

    Harold Gutmann, 2 Sep 2015

    After 15 years as SCU’s dean of undergraduate admission, Sandra Hayes can shed light on important trends in how the application process works. And on how some schools might get it wrong.  

  • The Boston probe

    The Boston probe

    Jeff Gire, 27 Aug 2015

    Blye Faust ’97 knew that the subject of her film was an incredible story. The unbelievable part was that no one had told it yet.

  • The Green Knight

    The Green Knight

    Christine Long Brunkhorst '83, 19 Aug 2015

    Fr. Ted Rynes was more than a professor and a college advisor. He was a beacon that showed students the way to learn and write and live.

  • The good, the bad, and the genius

    The good, the bad, and the genius

    Rich Karlgaard and Michael S. Malone ’75, MBA ’77, 12 Aug 2015

    Ronald Reagan knew how to build a winning political team. So did Bill Clinton. Their secret? They ignored the conventional wisdom.

  • A Dreamsicle job

    A Dreamsicle job

    Sharon M. K. Kugler ’81, 2 Aug 2015

    The first woman chaplain at Yale University explores leadership, faith, and the place of Good Humor in chaplaincy. And yes, she means ice cream.

  • Mysterious Moe

    Mysterious Moe

    Jeff Gire, 27 Jul 2015

    Charlie Graham’s friend and fellow catcher wasn’t just clever behind the plate. He was an undercover agent for the OSS. 

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