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Stuck in Laos

Stuck in Laos

Not only did Hana Seastedt ’20 graduate in three years, majoring in public health, she did so halfway across the world.

A Way with Words
A Way with Words

Matt Mason ’90 is the Nebraska State Poet. He finds home in the state of Nebraska and on an empty page waiting to be written on.

Space Between
Space Between

It was opportunity, not love, that Gretchen Miura ’97 sought when she moved to Japan to teach English. But love she found—and also a home.

Fruit of the Vine
Fruit of the Vine

A passion for passion fruit made Rebecca (Mason) Kaduru ’09  the first SCU grad alumna of Miller Center’s Global Social Benefit Institute.

Firenze and Me
Firenze and Me

It is teaching the life of Michelangelo to young explorers that’s the high point of Christina Mifsud ’93 bella vita.

A Leg Up
A Leg Up

One school can’t change the world—or even transform a city. But Carolyn Becic ’87 is opening doors for young people.

On the Road
On the Road

For men’s basketball Coach Herb Sendek and crew, summer is a time to build the program for the future.

Accompany Me
Accompany Me

Casa de la Solidaridad in El Salvador was founded by SCU in 1999 to reimagine what study abroad could be.

Beyond Borders
Beyond Borders

Four Broncos won Fulbright grants to teach or study abroad. That makes SCU a Fulbright “Top Producer.”

Light in Nepal
Light in Nepal

These Silicon Valley execs are finding something even more interesting than growing businesses: helping others grow hope.