• Set, Hit, Block

    Set, Hit, Block

    Eryn Olson ’16, 13 Mar 2016

    Women's volleyball had it going on again this fall, earning its third NCAA appearance in four years.

    Spring 2016

  • Hacking for Humanity

    Hacking for Humanity

    Tad Malone ’17 and Ed Cohen, 13 Mar 2016

    This student-organized competition uses tech smarts to give homeless people help that they can hold in their hands.

    Spring 2016
     

  • Decision Time

    Decision Time

    Harold Gutmann, 13 Mar 2016

    Applications to SCU are on the rise, especially when it comes to “early action” and “early decision.”

    Spring 2016

  • Too Much Money?

    Too Much Money?

    Ed Cohen, 13 Mar 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.

    Spring 2016

  • Businesses Launching Here

    Businesses Launching Here

    SCM Staff, 13 Mar 2016

    Students can now win cash to kick start their business ideas, while spending a weekend on campus could turn out to be very profitable for the founders of startups.

    Spring 2016

  • How Could They Disappear?

    How Could They Disappear?

    Eryn Olson ’16 and Steven Boyd Saum, 13 Mar 2016

    A haunting requiem for 43 “disappeared” college students in Mexico premiered at the Mission Church—and won’t soon be forgotten.

    Spring 2016

  • Stopping Traffic

    Stopping Traffic

    SCM Staff, 13 Mar 2016

    Having the Super Bowl in town raised awareness of the sexual slave trade—and the role SCU law faculty have played in fighting the different kinds of human trafficking in Silicon Valley.

    Spring 2016

  • Factually Innocent

    Factually Innocent

    SCM Staff, 13 Mar 2016

    The School of Law’s Northern California Innocence Project has helped exonerate 18 people wrongly convicted. The latest had been saying he was innocent for 15 years.

    Spring 2016

  • Lawyering for the Homeless

    Lawyering for the Homeless

    SCM Staff, 13 Mar 2016

    Alexander Law Prize honoree Maria Foscarinis was moved to action by hearing of her family’s treatment during the German occupation of Greece.

    Spring 2016

  • World Champ

    World Champ

    SCM Staff, 13 Mar 2016

    Associate Professor of Philosophy Shannon Vallor earns recognition as one of the leading tech ethicists on the planet.

    Spring 2016