Ed Cohen, 31 Mar 2016
Meet this year’s commencement speaker, Carolyn Woo, leader of Catholic Relief Services worldwide.
Margaret M. Russell and David L. Sloss, 22 Mar 2016
The latest example of partisan stonewalling? Or are the days of the court’s conservative majority numbered?
Robert W. Peterson, 14 Mar 2016
Are Americans ready for autonomous cars? They have been ready for more than a century, says professor of insurance law Robert W. Peterson.
Michael E. Engh, S.J., 25 Feb 2016
A look back at the year’s achievements—and welcoming new deans and majors. And a tribute to those who are the amazing grace of Santa Clara.
Ed Cohen, 19 Feb 2016
Economists still aren’t sure if the Fed did more good than harm when it flooded markets with cash in the wake of the Great Recession.
Ed Cohen, 13 Feb 2016
Falling in line with the Supreme Court’s majority had never been Antonin Scalia’s style. Here's what motivated his dissents.
Sam Scott ’96, 4 Feb 2016
How sports agent Bob LaMonte ’68 wins—no matter who comes out on top in Super Bowl 50
Jeff Gire, 27 Jan 2016
Bronco Athletics recently announced that they would be revamping logos and uniforms for a classic look.
Sam Farmer, 25 Jan 2016
Why did the refs make that call? When the rules are at issue in an NFL telecast, the networks turn to Mike Pereira ’72 and Mike Carey ’71.
Mark Purdy, 10 Jan 2016
Remembering a great moment in Bay Area sports—and paying tribute to quarterback John Pasco ’52, who left us in November.