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Books & Arts

  • Today Is a New Day

    Today Is a New Day

    Juan Felipe Herrera, 18 Jun 2017

    A poem, an invitation, and a call to be this new day—from the U.S. Poet Laureate to the Santa Clara Class of 2017

  • A Beautiful Voice

    A Beautiful Voice

    Steven Boyd Saum, 12 Jun 2017

    Pioneers, Elvis, and grilled cheese sandwiches: a conversation with U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera.

  • Well Versed

    Well Versed

    Juan Felipe Herrera, 20 Apr 2017

    Two new poems for our readers from U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera in honor of National Poetry Month. Hear him speak at SCU’s commencement in June.

     

  • Recovery of faith in a new direction

    Recovery of faith in a new direction

    David E. DeCosse, 6 Apr 2017

    Ethicist David DeCosse considers the distinction between religion and God in the the novel and movie Silence.

  • Symmetry Reflects Us

    Symmetry Reflects Us

    Alicia K. Gonzales ’09, 1 Mar 2017

    “A story of freedom and constraint,” mathematician Frank Farris uses functions and symmetry to turn everyday scenes into stunning art. 

    Spring 2017
     

  • Total Supremacy

    Total Supremacy

    Steven Boyd Saum, 1 Mar 2017

    Treaties used to be the supreme law of the land. What changed?

    Spring 2017

  • The Integrity Thing

    The Integrity Thing

    Alden Mudge, 1 Mar 2017

    Thomas G. Plante on how college students can nurture an ethical self

    Spring 2017

  • Good Listen

    Good Listen

    SCM Staff, 1 Mar 2017

    Is there a common good in our common home? The Integral podcast tries to find out. 

    Spring 2017

  • X Marks the Spot

    X Marks the Spot

    SCM Staff, 1 Mar 2017

    “Excavations and Interpretations,” a show by SCU senior lecturer Pancho Jiménez, was ranked as one of the top 10 Bay Area shows of 2016 by Art ltd. magazine.

    Spring 2017

  • Tsunami and Rebirth

    Tsunami and Rebirth

    Jesse Hamlin, 16 Jan 2017

    A new exhibit by Bosnian-born artist Amer Kobaslija looks at devastation, cleanup, and restoration through the act of painting.