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Books

  • Tomorrow Never Knows

    Tomorrow Never Knows

    Deborah Lohse, 1 Aug 2018

    Chris was too young to die. But not to save five lives.

  • Not Immigrant but Refugee

    Not Immigrant but Refugee

    Perla Luna ’19 , 27 Mar 2018

    Viet Thanh Nguyen won a Pulitzer for the novel The Sympathizers. Call it a war novel. Call it a spy novel. But it’s not an immigrant novel. Why? That was a central part of Nguyen’s talk on campus.

    Spring 2018
     

  • What Does Politics Have To Do with Beauty?

    What Does Politics Have To Do with Beauty?

    Monique Beeler , 27 Mar 2018

    Timothy Lukes answers. Part of the equation: showman P.T. Barnum, naturalist John Muir, and auto designer Harley Earl, who gave us the ’57 Chevy.

    Spring 2018

  • A Cautionary Tale

    A Cautionary Tale

    Matt Morgan, 27 Mar 2018

    Sociologist Laura Nichols ’90 on how past and present converge for undocumented college students

    Spring 2018

  • Ball or Strike?

    Ball or Strike?

    Giannina Ong ’18 , 27 Mar 2018

    Or, when you’re standing behind the plate, what can sports can teach us about ethics?

     Spring 2018

  • Byzantine Digital Deluxe

    Byzantine Digital Deluxe

    Monique Beeler , 27 Mar 2018

    Kathleen Maxwell uncovers the secrets tying together illuminated manuscripts.

    Spring 2018

  • Tales From the Rock

    Tales From the Rock

    SCM Staff, 27 Mar 2018

    Ghosts, gangsters, and super creeps: a fictional deep dive into Alcatraz history

    Spring 2018

  • The Prof Who Taught Infinity

    The Prof Who Taught Infinity

    Monique Beeler , 27 Mar 2018

    SCU’s Gerald Alexanderson profiles a legendary mathematician. 

    Spring 2018

  • ‘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.

  • The Good, the Bad, and the Kid

    The Good, the Bad, and the Kid

    Steven Boyd Saum, 15 Jun 2017

    In which we talk with Ron Hansen M.A. ’95 about truth and fiction and Billy the Kid—and when you can’t tell the good guys from the bad guys.

    Summer 2017