Flight and Food

Flight and Food

Birds can be the key to understanding the environment and SCU students are taking a closer look.

Freedom Fighter
Freedom Fighter

After 22 years leading the Northern California Innocence Project at Santa Clara Law, Linda Starr starts a phased retirement.

Hoops of Hope
Hoops of Hope

From pink socks to non-profit outreach, Santa Clara Women’s Basketball hosted their annual Pink Game to honor families impacted by cancer.

Back to School
Back to School

SCU Alumni and senior community members are pursuing life-long education at SCU.

Inside Track
Inside Track

New partnership with career-exploration company Possible will help supplement job resources provided by SCU Career Center.

Welcome, Provost
Welcome, Provost

Innovative academic leader, scholar of electoral politics James Glaser to serve as Santa Clara’s new provost.

Funding Unlocked
Funding Unlocked

Two Bronco alums announce next-round funding for projects aimed at helping the Earth and her people.

Go Guam
Go Guam

The first-ever elected attorney general of Guam is back in office for a second term. And he’s a Bronco.

Payday
Payday

SCU graduates are in the top 1 percent of average salaries post-graduation.

Hunger to Help
Hunger to Help

Nicholas Truong ’24 and a group of SCU students have been busy in the kitchen cooking meals for families at the JW House.

To Belong
To Belong

What does it mean to belong? To a place, a community, a family? Jill Fordyce J.D. ’89 explores the theme in her debut novel, Belonging.