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The University Today

  • Founder of the Field

    Founder of the Field

    Steven Boyd Saum, 1 Mar 2017

    Remembering André L. Delbecq: four decades of teaching, service, and spiritual leadership.

    Spring 2017

  • He Built It Beautiful

    He Built It Beautiful

    Steven Boyd Saum, 1 Mar 2017

    For nearly two decades, Joseph P. Sugg served Santa Clara and was a champion of so much of what makes this place lovely and unique. 

    Spring 2017

  • Faith and Justice

    Faith and Justice

    Steven Boyd Saum, 1 Mar 2017

    Simplicity and moderation, serenity and savvy: remembering Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, S.J., 29th Superior General of the Society of Jesus. 

    Spring 2017
     

  • Remembering Ramón

    Remembering Ramón

    Erin Fox ’19, 28 Feb 2017

    Ethnic Studies professor Ramón Chacón was a man of many hats, but his influence on the Mission Campus went far beyond just his fashion sense.

  • Bill Stevens and Wrangler

    Bill Stevens and Wrangler

    Jesse Hamlin, 26 Oct 2016

    A dog with millions of fans. And a blind jazz pianist teaching students to do more than they imagined possible.

  • Can’t Thread a Moving Needle

    Can’t Thread a Moving Needle

    Danae Stahlnecker ’15, 15 Aug 2016

    To tackle the issue of sexual assault on college campuses, a playwriting project comes to the big screen and reaches schools across the country.

    Summer 2016

  • Deep Impact

    Deep Impact

    Ed Cohen, 15 Aug 2016

    The Bay Area would be different without Broncos. And the numbers show it.

    Summer 2016

  • Where’s Lunch?

    Where’s Lunch?

    Grace Ogihara ’16, 15 Aug 2016

    A team of environmental science seniors examines the harsh realities of hunger—right here in Silicon Valley.

    Summer 2016

  • Mamitas y Escritoras

    Mamitas y Escritoras

    Eryn Olson ’16, 15 Aug 2016

    Mothers put pen to paper with the Thriving Neighbors Initiative.

    Summer 2016

  • Goodbye & Hello

    Goodbye & Hello

    Steven Boyd Saum, 15 Aug 2016

    When valedictorian Gus Hardy ’16 was in high school, he was’t expected to go to college. So what changed? 

    Summer 2016