Feature Contributors

JOHN DEEVER

(“We, robots”) has covered science, business, and law for SCM. He collaborated on “Change the world,” a feature on the Peace Corps, for the Fall 2011 magazine.

 

MELISSAE FELLET

(“Building biomedical tests”) has covered physical sciences and technology for New ScientistArs Technica, and others. This is her first contribution to SCM.

 

JUSTIN GERDES

(“The long view”) specializes in energy and the environment. His work has appeared in Forbes.com, Chinadialogue, and regularly in SCM.

 

JEFF GIRE

(“Sarah Kate Wilson vs. Godzilla”) is a writer/editor for SCU’s Office of Marketing and Communications.

 

ERICA KLARREICH

(“Deluge and drought”) is a mathematics and science writer based in Berkeley. This is her first piece for SCM.

 

HANK OSUNA

(illustrations for “Deluge and drought” and AfterWords) is an artist based in San Francisco.

 

MARK PURDY

(“A rivalry like no other”) is a sports columnist for the San Jose Mercury News. For the Summer 2012 SCM, he contributed “Storybook Season.”

 

STEVEN BOYD SAUM

(“Can you stand the heat?”) is the editor of this magazine. When Curiosity landed on Mars, it was a given that his 10-year-old son would get to stay up late and watch.

 

SAM SCOTT ’96

(“Drago’s gold”) has covered satellites, sports, Internet security, and more for SCM, and has been recognized with national awards for his magazine and newspaper writing.

 

PAUL TOTAH ’79

(“Wings”) is editor of Genesis magazine for St. Ignatius College Prep in San Francisco.

Looking Up

Spotted by stargazers this summer, during a profoundly difficult period for humanity, NEOWISE reminded us to look up, together.

The First

Mel Lewis ’53—the first Black graduate of SCU—reflects on his days as a Bronco.

Following the Trail

Spaniard Franciscan priest Magin Catalá arrived at Mission Santa Clara in 1794. His legacy is deep rooted in campus, literally.

Letters

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