Discover the vibrancy of Native California cultures in images.
Listening closely all over the Bay
When I was ten, I had an astonishing conversation with my Mexican grandfather.
A poem, an invitation, and a call—from the U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera to the Santa Clara Class of 2017.
Anna Deavere Smith work for the stage has been groundbreaking: focusing on moments of crisis and catching stories.
Bosnian-born artist Amer Kobaslija looks at devastation and restoration through the act of painting.
Take five common questions asked on identity applications and reframe them to be open-ended.
A story of freedom and constraint, mathematician Frank Farris uses functions and symmetry to turn everyday scenes into stunning art.
“Formidable Fragments” by Kathy Aoki, associate professor of studio art, created a post-apocalyptic world where cute once ruled all.
A look at Pancho Jiménez ’93 and his historically inspired sculptures.
Book treasures from the SCU Archives: from the dawn of the printing press to the early Mission library
“This is what we are forced to suffer … this is what we should be.”
A Mass Elegy