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Tenacious Degree Holders

Tenacious Degree Holders

When they were incoming freshmen, the class of 2021 could have never predicted the rough road ahead. But despite the pandemic forcing them off campus for their final year and a half, they graduated—in person and in style.

Business Magic
Business Magic

From university hallways to Disney’s Main Street, Ed Grier, new dean of SCU’s Leavey School of Business, knows how to drive the roads to success.

Oh Nunny
Oh Nunny

It’s the friendships we least expect that make us feel the most seen. Rita Kelly ’20 friendship with “Nunny”became a story of its own.

Getting Over It
Getting Over It

In a conversation on writing with joy, pop-culture writer R. Eric Thomas talks about getting over the idea that we’ll never make it—or that we’re frauds when we do.

The Work
The Work

Activist Dolores Huerta and playwright Luis Valdez on making change with Anna Sampaio, ethnic studies department chair, as part of a speaker series exploring race.

Keep in Touch!
Keep in Touch!

Assistant professor Amy Lueck time travels through yearbooks, unpacking the “have a great summers” of yesteryear.

Hard Calls
Hard Calls

Kirk O. Hanson signs off as executive director for the Markkula Center.

I’m All Ears
I’m All Ears

What happens when you listen first and talk second? Sinatra Artist in Residence W. Kamau Bell shares some wisdom.

Fight for It
Fight for It

The United States will go the way of history’s “failed empires,” warned former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta ’60, J.D. ’63.