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.
Alden Mudge, 8 Apr 2016
She was an extraordinary advocate and leader in the Progressive Era. Her husband even used to talk about “when we were governor.”
Steven Boyd Saum, 13 Mar 2016
A few words from the remarkable life of Francisco Jiménez '66
Christine Long Brunkhorst '83, 19 Aug 2015
Fr. Ted Rynes was more than a professor and a college advisor. He was a beacon that showed students the way to learn and write and live.
Joe Garofoli, 2 Dec 2014
There are a lot of bad stories to tell about Flint, Michigan, but SCU professor Gordon Young inspired a good one.
David B. Feldman and Lee Daniel Kravetz M.A. '13, 21 Jul 2014
Twenty years after genocide, can a survivor truly learn to forgive? Associate professor of counseling psychology David B. Feldman and Lee Daniel Kravetz M.A. ’13 examine what’s at stake.
Chris Bruno '84, 3 Mar 2014
James Degnan taught, ripped, cajoled, and inspired generations of Santa Clara writing students—all in his own discomforting style.
Deborah Lohse and David Gray, 28 Jan 2014
Religious studies professor David Gray discusses teachings on ethics, compassion, and business ahead of His Holiness the Dalai Lama's visit to the Mission campus.
Ron Hansen M.A. ’95, 15 Dec 2013
Gerdenio Manuel, S.J., M.Div. ’78 talks with Ron Hansen M.A. ’95 about finding grace versus the dark side, requesting the last seat on the Titanic, and a question all Catholic priests face: How can you live this life healthily as a celibate?
SCM, 15 Dec 2013
Research, teaching, and service to the University are endeavors we like to see recognized. One of the places that happens is at the faculty awards dinner in September. Here are this year’s honorees.