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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Racking Up

Tess Heal ’26 is nabbing awards left and right thanks to a stellar freshman year with Santa Clara women’s basketball.

Goal Getter

Top goal-scorer Izzy D’Aquila ’22 graduates and is immediately drafted into the National Women’s Soccer League.

Rumba Recall

Does dancing prevent memory loss? Emma Rutter ’23 takes the steps to find out.

A Sustainable Playbook for 2023

The Center for Sustainability’s ideas to help the SCU campus change for a better tomorrow.