John S. Farnsworth, 16 Nov 2015
Pope Francis speaks about our common home. Here is what a theologian, an engineer, and an environmentalist hear.
Jim Harrington, 2 Nov 2015
After his wife was diagnosed with breast cancer, DJ Mike “No Name” Nelson ’96 decided to help raise awareness with a 3,000-mile trip and a hit charity single penned by his son.
Denny Walsh, 15 Oct 2015
After 15 years in prison, Larry Pohlschneider walked out a free man thanks to the efforts of Maitreya Badami and the Northern California Innocence Project.
Deborah Lohse, 1 Oct 2015
After Francis’s historic U.S. visit, what are the takeaways—and must-dos?
Irina Raicu, J.D. '09, 23 Sep 2015
What does an engineer look like? Internet ethicist Irina Raicu J.D. ’09 examines what the intricacies of a hashtag campaign mean for women.
David DeCosse, Edwin Maurer, and John Farnsworth, 22 Jul 2015
“Laudato Si” gives a comprehensive critique of our climate crisis and a vision for the future.
Harold Gutmann, 27 Jun 2015
Warriors General Counsel David Kelly, an advisory board member for SCU’s Institute of Sports Law and Ethics, reflects on Golden State’s run to the title.
Michael Engh, S.J., and John A. Sobrato '60, 26 May 2015
Can we eradicate homelessness? We have the data—and strategies for action.
Bill de Blasio, 21 May 2015
It’s time to come to grips with a deepening economic division in our country, says the mayor of New York. From a May 13 talk and Q&A.
Leon Neyfakh, 5 May 2015
Here’s a solution to prison overcrowding, says law professor W. David Ball: Make prosecutors answer for the cost of incarceration.