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  • Strangers and Beer on the Road

    Strangers and Beer on the Road

    Ethan Beberness ’19, 3 Aug 2018

    The Camino de Santiago, two bicycles, and a tale with a head

  • Tomorrow Never Knows

    Tomorrow Never Knows

    Deborah Lohse, 1 Aug 2018

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

  • Drink Up

    Drink Up

    Perla Luna ’19, 25 Jun 2018

    Premier Nutrition Corporation calls itself “the good energy company.” VP of Operations Steve Sernett ’90 says that applies to more than healthy snacks.

  • How Did You Win a Fulbright?

    How Did You Win a Fulbright?

    Deborah Lohse, 12 Jun 2018

    Here are a few ideas for what’s led to a record number of these prestigious fellowships for Santa Clara students.

     

  • Steve Nash: Fight Every Day

    Steve Nash: Fight Every Day

    Mark Purdy, 7 Jun 2018

    An exclusive interview with basketball hall-of-famer Steve Nash ’96

  • The Avocado Toast on the Wall: The Paradox of China’s Rise

    The Avocado Toast on the Wall: The Paradox of China’s Rise

    Michael A. Santoro and Robert Shanklin, 16 May 2018

    An update to one president’s maxim on trying to control the internet—even in a society where control is a top priority.  

  • Huerta ’15 notches historic first in soccer border clash

    Huerta ’15 notches historic first in soccer border clash

    Monique Beeler , 16 Apr 2018

    Five Broncos were on the scene (on both sides!) for a historic friendly between the United States and Mexico.  

  • Steve Nash ’96, Welcome to the Basketball Hall of Fame

    Steve Nash ’96, Welcome to the Basketball Hall of Fame

    Mark Purdy, 29 Mar 2018

    Twice NBA MVP, and now the first Santa Clara grad to join the highest ranks of basketball nobility

  • Education Makes You Fearless

    Education Makes You Fearless

    Steven Boyd Saum, 7 Mar 2018

    Some meditations on the people and ideas that give us hope.

  • Turning Loss into a Gain

    Turning Loss into a Gain

    Tina Vossugh, 2 Mar 2018

    Too small, misshapen, overripe. Tons of edible produce are wasted each year because they don’t look the part. Students from FAI want to change that.