The new book by Khaled Hosseini ’88 is spare and haunting and beautiful.
Examining the importance of Our Lady of Guadalupe in everyday lives as part of Santa Clara’s annual La Virgen Del Tepeyac performance.
The Sympathizer by Viet Thanh Nguyen is a war novel, a spy novel—but don’t call it an immigrant novel.
Anna Yen ’91’s first novel features a 20-something juggling demands.
Scholar Terry Beers traces the competing ideas and ideals that have shaped California.
When it comes to immigrants in Silicon Valley, it’s both, says sociologist Tomas R. Jiménez ’98.
Kathleen Maxwell uncovers the secrets tying together illuminated manuscripts.
Or, when you’re standing behind the plate, what can sports teach us about ethics?
Sociologist Laura Nichols ’90 on how past and present converge for undocumented college students.
Timothy Lukes answers. Part of the equation: showman P.T. Barnum, naturalist John Muir, and auto designer Harley Earl, who gave us the ’57 Chevy.
The author of The Kite Runner talks writing, refugees, and his hopes and fears for Afghanistan.
In Undocumented and in College, Laura Nichols ’90 explains how past and present converge in post-DACA America.
A poem, an invitation, and a call—from the U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera to the Santa Clara Class of 2017.