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Features

  • Fighting for the Planet

    Fighting for the Planet

    Deborah Lohse, 13 Dec 2017

    Lawyer for 21 youth plaintiffs suing the government over CO2 levels argued to let their case proceed.

  • Give Them a Voice

    Give Them a Voice

    Steven Boyd Saum, 20 Nov 2017

    The author of The Kite Runner talks writing, refugees, and his hopes and fears for Afghanistan. An interview with writer Khaled Hosseini ’88.

  • My Veterans Day

    My Veterans Day

    Matt Morgan, 10 Nov 2017

    Specialist Jim Olwell ’17 reflects on being a veteran and a student at Santa Clara University.

  • Why Does the Reformation Matter?

    Why Does the Reformation Matter?

    Steven Boyd Saum, 2 Nov 2017

    It’s been 500 years since Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to a church door. (Or did he?) Two scholars of religion offer a few answers.

  • Nuns and Nones

    Nuns and Nones

    Matt Morgan, 27 Oct 2017

    Religious studies scholar Elizabeth Drescher talks to the religiously unaffiliated across the country and says: Tell me about your spiritual lives. A conversation about her book Choosing Our Religion.

  • Home is on Fire

    Home is on Fire

    Matt Morgan, 17 Oct 2017

    The wildfires that ravaged Santa Rosa took thousands of homes—including that of Katie Bipes ’17. But she and her parents want to rebuild.

  • ‘A Cautionary Tale’

    ‘A Cautionary Tale’

    Matt Morgan, 12 Oct 2017

    In Undocumented and in College, Laura Nichols explains how past and present converge in post-DACA America.

  • Best Big Mag in the Country

    Best Big Mag in the Country

    Steven Boyd Saum, 29 Sep 2017

    Santa Clara Magazine named best big-circulation university mag. Plus we’re Alumni Magazine of the Year.

  • What We Owe

    What We Owe

    Tatiana Sanchez ’10, 28 Sep 2017

    At the very least: stories that capture the contour of a life. A Pulitzer Prize–winning reporter on the Ghost Ship fire and tales of human strife and resilience.

    Fall 2017

  • The Most Important Lawsuit on the Planet

    The Most Important Lawsuit on the Planet

    Deborah Lohse, 28 Sep 2017

    It seeks no monetary damages, just solutions. And to hold accountable those who knowingly violated future generations’ rights to life, liberty, and property. 

    Fall 2017