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Fire and Wine

Fire and Wine

As grape growers face climate-change-fueled wildfires and increasingly hotter temperatures, what’s next for the wine industry remains murky.

Of Wine And Women
Of Wine And Women

A Q&A with two SCU professors emeriti who wrote the book illuminating women in the male-dominated field of winemaking.

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?

The Upstart
The Upstart

How California wines got on the map, and what Michael Mondavi ’66 had to do with it.

A Sign Of Light
A Sign Of Light

The meaning the Jesuit priest serving at San Quentin finds on death row.

In the Beginning
In the Beginning

Santa Clara’s new President—a Jesuit always in motion—on noticing the things around us, looking into the future, and using tradition as a guide.

A Lobby for Justice
A Lobby for Justice

A swim. A murder. And a case keeping the wrongfully convicted from winning their freedom.