Larger than life only begins to describe Kevin Starr, arguably the greatest California historian, period.
Ken Sears ’55 put Santa Clara in the Final Four and became the first basketball player on the cover of Sports Illustrated.
Wherever you are in the world, you’ve undoubtedly tasted the produce George Chiala ’64 grew. Once upon a time, it started with strawberries.
Alan Gallagher ’67 earned a college nickname that followed him to the majors. The story behind the name involves a lucky pair of drawers.
Remembering teacher, scholar, and women’s soccer fan extraordinaire Eric O. Hanson.
Saying goodbye to Ken Sears ’55, the first basketball player to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated.
The firsthand view of sustainability on campus.
Serenity and savvy: remembering Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, S.J.
Remembering André L. Delbecq: four decades of teaching, service, and spiritual leadership.
Remembering Paula Z. Kirkeby, a close friend of the de Saisset Museum.
Religious Studies Professor Phillip Boo Riley shares his memories of the dear Jim Reites, S.J., MST ’71.
Remembering Paul Kantner ’63, one of the founding members of Jefferson Airplane.
Johnny Pasco ’52 quarterbacked the Broncos to a win for the ages, but he did so much more than that.
Professor emeritus of history and SCU historian Gerald McKevitt, S.J., told the history of Jesuits in the West. He wrote the definitive The University of Santa Clara.