CA, Here I Come

CA, Here I Come

“This is where life slides / Into wild worlds,” writes Paul Totah ’79 in his book of poetry, inspired by California and accompanied by lush photography from around the state.

World Stage
World Stage

Sofia Huerta ’15 and Julie Ertz ’14 bring Bronco talent to the global stage in the 2023 Women’s World Cup.

The Climate Lawyer
The Climate Lawyer

Attorney Phil Gregory J.D./MBA ’80 headed back to court to fight on behalf of young people for the right to a better environment.

Funding Unlocked
Funding Unlocked

Two Bronco alums announce next-round funding for projects aimed at helping the Earth and her people.

Go Guam
Go Guam

The first-ever elected attorney general of Guam is back in office for a second term. And he’s a Bronco.

Payday
Payday

SCU graduates are in the top 1 percent of average salaries post-graduation.

To Belong
To Belong

What does it mean to belong? To a place, a community, a family? Jill Fordyce J.D. ’89 explores the theme in her debut novel, Belonging.

A Remarkable Life
A Remarkable Life

The late John Ocampo ’79 believed technology was the great equalizer. His legacy continues to push that belief forward at Santa Clara University.

A Bronco Reunion
A Bronco Reunion

Alex Loera ’21, M.S. ’21 is the first official player to be signed to Bay FC, the National Women’s Soccer League team founded by four SCU alumni.

Bathed in Light
Bathed in Light

Paula Flores ’14 and Luis Flores ’14 had an unforgettable 5th wedding anniversary at the Vatican. The biggest highlight? When Pope Francis blessed their baby.

Hometown Champ
Hometown Champ

The city Santa Clara’s second female mayor, Pat Mahan J.D. ’80, leaves behind a tradition of balancing development with preservation. Oh, and a home for the 49ers.