Features

  • Economy and security in the 21st century

    Economy and security in the 21st century

    Madeleine Albright, 10 Jul 2015

    A President’s Speaker Series address by the former secretary of state. Diplomacy is no game of chess today, she says. Think billiards.

  • The coolest thing ever

    The coolest thing ever

    Sam Scott ’96, 6 Jul 2015

    On the way to a historic 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup win, no one silenced opposing attackers more completely than center back Julie Johnston ’14.

  • Silicon Valley Story

    Silicon Valley Story

    Michael S. Malone ’75, MBA ’77, 1 Jul 2015

    The hidden history behind the heart of ingenuity.

  • Barcelona Siesta

    Barcelona Siesta

    Maya Kroth ’01, 1 Jul 2015

    On a Fulbright to Spain, in pursuit of the meaning of sleep. In the 21st century, it’s not what it used to be.

  • Build It Beautiful

    Build It Beautiful

    Rod Hunt, 1 Jul 2015

    See how the campus has been transformed in the past two decades—thanks in no small part to Joe Sugg.

  • A Good Baseball Man

    A Good Baseball Man

    Jeff Gire, 1 Jul 2015

    Charlie Graham and a tale of the Red Sox and the San Francisco Seals, big-time horse racing, and five generations of Broncos.

  • Earthquake Country

    Earthquake Country

    Sam Scott ’96, 1 Jul 2015

    Sure, we’ll miss having men’s pro soccer play on campus. But the Quakes’ new home is pretty spectacular.

  • From one court to another

    From one court to another

    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.

  • Don’t Be A Jerk

    Don’t Be A Jerk

    James Martin, S.J., 16 Jun 2015

    Ten comedic, inspiring, and insightful life lessons in the commencement address to SCU’s 2015 graduating class.

  • Dr. Jerome

    Dr. Jerome

    David DeCosse, 2 Jun 2015

    A Father’s Day essay: SCU’s director of campus ethics programs, David DeCosse, learns to love a father who could only love back on his own terms.