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Santa Clara students, faculty, partner with Ferry Foundation to create solutions that enrich quality of life for dementia, Alzheimer’s patients

Go. Fight. Win.
Go. Fight. Win.

Who cheers on the cheerleaders? The Santa Clara University Dance Team plays a vital role in the game day experience.

Here First
Here First

The work to open academia to Indigenous groups and voices continues with a series that adds modern lives to the archives.

For the Common Good
For the Common Good

Santa Clara University inaugurates its 30th President, Julie Sullivan, the first layperson and woman to head the Jesuit, Catholic University.

What, Like It’s Hard?
What, Like It’s Hard?

Apparently, there is such a thing as too many puzzles: Hundreds decided to use their pandemic-induced free time to enroll in SCU’s online MBA program instead.

Looking Bright
Looking Bright

5 Broncos launch their Fulbright journeys. Here’s a look at where they are going.

Robot Masters
Robot Masters

Santa Clara rides the automation wave with a new master’s degree in robotics.