Silence Broken

Silence Broken

It was the story of the decade, a scandal of shocking proportions. Producer Blye Faust ’97 helped bring it to the silver screen, where it’s drawn rave reviews.

Chinese Rhodes
Chinese Rhodes

Inspired by the ambitious Healthy China 2030 strategy, Omar Hamade ’19 plans to study health care equity as a Schwarzman Scholar in Beijing.

Monumental Task
Monumental Task

Carla Collins ’91 is ready for the challenge of running Santa Clara County’s new Office of Gender-Based Violence Prevention.

Hey Mikey!
Hey Mikey!

San Mateo County Manager Mike Callagy J.D. ’91 set up one of California’s no-cost COVID testing sites.

Democracy Defender
Democracy Defender

There have been four presidential impeachment efforts in modern U.S. history. Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren J.D. ’75 has participated in all of them.

Justice Jenkins
Justice Jenkins

From Bronco football to the California Supreme Court, Martin Jenkins ’77 has spent more than four decades defending the bench.

Field of Dreams
Field of Dreams

Bill Duffy ’82 joins effort to form first majority Black-owned NFL franchise, and bring football back to Oakland.

Essential Pivot
Essential Pivot

Wear Bronco pride on your face, thanks to SCU face masks made by alums who adapted their apparel businesses to produce COVID-safety gear.

Even Kneeled
Even Kneeled

“What does change look like?” wrote Julie Johnston Ertz ’14 in a joint statement about her decision to kneel during the national anthem.

Survival Strategy
Survival Strategy

Fascinated by the little-known story of William Edward White, a Black man who passed as white to play professional baseball in 1879, Al Strane ’69 wrote a novel about it.