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We Are the Champions

We Are the Champions

The pandemic stole an entire year of games from them. But they still won it all. An oral history of the most unlikely winners of the NCAA women’s soccer national championship.

Tweeting Good
Tweeting Good

There’s a Bronco who can find hope, authenticity, God, and, yes, cat pictures online. We talk with @padreSJ.

Hope in the Ashes
Hope in the Ashes

After a year of tragedy, a community grieves and finds renewed communion with God.

Why Now?
Why Now?

After decades of protests and calls for change, Santa Clara joins the queue of so many corporations hiring people to finally address issues of diversity.

Taking Note
Taking Note

Sit for a while with John S. Farnsworth, who taught environmental writing and literature at Santa Clara, for a journey into nature.

The Gift
The Gift

Sacrifice, given willingly and with love, makes us human.

On Being Better
On Being Better

How can we be better to each other, particularly as white people seek to become allies?

The Sacrificial Tweet
The Sacrificial Tweet

A single misstep on social media comes at a high price these days. What are we willing to sacrifice to keep posting?