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Virgil Pinkey MBA ’81

Virgil W. Pinkey MBA ’81 earned his bachelor’s in horticulture from the University of Illinois and his master’s in business from Santa Clara University. He was a talented landscaper and enjoyed gardening and playing golf. He was a car enthusiast and an avid fan of the St. Louis Cardinals and Blues. He will be remembered for […]

John Patrick Sauer ’63

For 45 years, Dr. John Patrick Sauer ’63 cared for the children of Yellowstone County, Montana. In 1973, he joined the Billings Clinic and remained there for his entire medical career. He was most proud of helping establish a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit alongside his wife Terry, a neonatal nurse. Dr. Sauer was also involved […]

Ann Frick Vernon ’66

While living in New York in the 1980s and 90s, Ann Frick Vernon ’66 worked tirelessly for the Broome County Nuclear Weapons Reduction Campaign. An ardent environmentalist, Ann loved exploring national parks, particularly the rugged landscapes of Utah and Colorado. Born in Palo Alto to Sara June and Charles Frick, an aerospace engineer who would […]

Julian Daniel Clarke III ’69, J.D. ’75

Born in Fort Sheridan, Illinois, Julian Daniel “Dan” Clarke III ’69, J.D. ’75 moved with his family to the Monterey Peninsula in 1964, where he graduated valedictorian from Junipero Serra High School. After earning a bachelor’s in business from Santa Clara, Dan spent four years in the Navy, where he served as an officer aboard […]

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On the Table
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If we are what we eat, what does the food we read about say about us? Scott Pollard ’81 goes on a culinary journey through children’s books.

Words And Deeds
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“I was a born a Black man. And some day, I’ll die a Black man. But I don’t want to die because I am a Black man,” said Lloyd Pierce ’98 at a protest for racial justice.

Make Space
Make Space

Just as the U.S. celebrates the 100th anniversary of women getting the right to vote, Santa Clara honors two women of its own.

A Gift of Safety
A Gift of Safety

The Class of 1990 stepped up to help one of their own secure more personal protective equipment at the start of the pandemic.

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Together

SCU Alumni Association moves forward with virtual events to mark the biggest parties of the year, safely.

Front Lines
Front Lines

SCU alumni report back from working on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis.