“This is the time that self-driving cars will actually happen,” says Carol Reiley ’04. “This generation.”
Timothy Lukes answers. Part of the equation: showman P.T. Barnum, naturalist John Muir, and auto designer Harley Earl, who gave us the ’57 Chevy.
Professor Tim Healy is a live wire. Ideas swarm in his brain like extra electrons in his outer valence band.
Too small, misshapen, overripe.
Major General Garrett S. Yee ’87 heads up modernization of the global IT network for the U.S. Army.
Take five common questions asked on identity applications and reframe them to be open-ended.
How can social innovators help poor communities with big problems—like lack of HIV/AIDS awareness, or electricity, or even rain?
The presidents of 26 Jesuit colleges in the United States raised a collective voice of support for undocumented students.
Architect Henry Miller wanted to renovate the Mission in the 1920s. Then came the fire.