Supreme Court Justice

There are lots of things people wish were in the Constitution, Antonin Scalia says. But they’re not.

Antonin Scalia, America’s favorite strict constructionist, wonders if the Constitution would have ever been ratified if people had been told “the meaning of this document shall be whatever a majority of the Supreme Court says it is.” He spoke to law students and invited guests during a visit on Oct. 28.

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Helping the Helpers

Santa Clara students, faculty, partner with Ferry Foundation to create solutions that enrich quality of life for dementia, Alzheimer’s patients

No More Treading Water

The Santa Clara men’s water polo team is joining the West Coast Conference.

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.