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John Grippi ’62

John Grippi ’62, devoted husband and father, commercial developer and businessman, and retired U.S. Coast Guard Captain, died July 26, 2020. He was 80 years old. Born in Napa, John grew up exploring the vast outdoors around Mt. George and the Napa River alongside his younger sister, Janice. The Grippis owned a service station on Silverado […]

Matthew Owens J.D. ’11

The international law firm Withers is pleased to announce Santa Clara University School of Law alumnus Matthew Owens J.D. ’11 has been elevated to partner in the San Diego office as part of 12 total partner promotions across the firm’s global offices, effective January 1, 2021. Matthew earned his J.D. from Santa Clara and his […]

Nick Johnson ’05

Aside from being on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, Nick Johnson ’05, an emergency physician at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, Washington, was a key member of the team that saved a hiker who’d been declared dead for 45-minutes after getting lost in below-freezing conditions on Mt. Rainier in November 2020.

Michael Bedolla ’06, J.D. ’14 & Christina Bedolla ’11, J.D. ’14

Nine years after meeting on the first day of law school, Michael Bedolla ’06, J.D. ’14, and Christina (Ginger) Bedolla ’11, J.D. ’14, welcomed their baby girl, Charlotte Marie, on November 21, 2020. As a future member of the Class of 2043, Baby Charlotte would become a fifth (Bedolla side) and third (Ginger side) generation […]

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Dama Reprograma

Dama Reprograma

The future is being written in lines of code and it matters who writes it. One Bronco is diversifying the field.

Double Matrimony
Double Matrimony

Seeing Double: Sisters Brittni ’16 and Breana Várgas ’16 found their true loves in a set of brothers.

Dynamic Duo
Dynamic Duo

When baby makes four, things get busy, says Ashley Schweickart ’07.

A Way with Words
A Way with Words

Matt Mason ’90 is the Nebraska State Poet. He finds home in the state of Nebraska and on an empty page waiting to be written on.

Dear Reader
Dear Reader

Huda Al-Marashi ’98’s new book tells the story of her marriage putting culture and family—Muslim Americans—front and center.

Space Between
Space Between

It was opportunity, not love, that Gretchen Miura ’97 sought when she moved to Japan to teach English. But love she found—and also a home.