Crystal-ball Gazing

A valedictorian looks into the future and sees a campus that, no matter how it changes, will always feel like home.

Crystal-ball Gazing

From valedictorian Hannah Maryanski ’15, an environmental studies and English major: “Someday we’ll be the alumni who come back and say, ‘I remember when New Graham was an empty lot.’ Or, ‘Remember when the Earthquakes used to play … here?’ Someday the linoleum in Benson where we did that glorious flash mob will be replaced. And Bellomy Field, where I lost almost every intramural game I ever played in, will eventually have new turf. SCU’s campus will change, but it is our home …”

Taking a Seat at Café AI

With the rise of ChatGPT and generative AI on college campuses, SCU faculty reckon with what it means for the future of education.

A Message in the Wind

Every year, SCU faculty and students gather beneath the trees and listen to the teaching of Laudato Si’.

Commence: 2023

As the class of 2023 graduates, speakers urge them to create lives of love that can change the world.

The Gentlewomen of SCU Rugby

Santa Clara’s women’s rugby team has a reputation for bringing brutal competition and being a safe haven.