Serving Up Brilliance

In the running: Giannina Ong ’18 may soon become NCAA Woman of the Year.

Walk-on tennis player Giannina Ong ’18 earned a tribute no other SCU athlete did this year: She was nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year. The award honors graduating female student-athletes with outstanding records in athletics, academics, and community service—which is Ong to a tee, says coach Ben Cabell. She won big matches, led the team in community service by creating opportunities for members to act as role models through three different programs, and earned a Hackworth fellowship to study sports ethics with the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics. She graduated with three majors: English, classics, and women’s and gender studies—with a minor in retail management. She also wrote for this fine mag.

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.