From lobs to labs, Katie Le ’14 has had the magic touch. In four years at Santa Clara, the tennis star racked up 101 singles victories, the most in school history for men or women, and earned a spot in the NCAA national tournament three times—and she did it without taking her eye off the academic ball. She earned a 3.8 GPA as a computer engineering student and graduated magna cum laude. “If she were not this really amazing tennis player, then we would consider her this really amazing computer engineer,” says Godfrey Mungal, dean of the School of Engineering.

Go. Fight. Win.

Who cheers on the cheerleaders? The Santa Clara University Dance Team plays a vital role in the game day experience.

Here First

The work to open academia to Indigenous groups and voices continues with a series that adds modern lives to the archives.

For the Common Good

Santa Clara University inaugurates its 30th President, Julie Sullivan, the first layperson and woman to head the Jesuit, Catholic University.

Fruits of Knowledge

A new sustainability minor challenges the way we think about food