Spring to Action

The SCU campus community stepped up early and often to help aid essential work during the COVID-19 crisis.

Before anyone knew that shelter-in-place would stretch from a few weeks into the total cancellation of in-person Spring and Summer Quarters, Santa Clarans began looking for ways to help.

Forge Garden has been donating all produce grown on-site to local food-insecure communities, including Bronco Pantry that serves SCU students in need.

A fleet of University Athletics vans was used by Catholic Charities to deliver meals to seniors.

And the School of Engineering’s Maker Lab used their 3D printers to produce face shields for medical professionals.

Front Lines

A Gift of Safety

These Two Alums Are In It Together, While Staying Apart

Medicine Of Tomorrow, Here Today

A Return to Work

Jesuit values spark lobbying efforts for employee call-back programs

How to Be an Ethical Voter

Director of Government Ethics Program at SCU’s Markkula Center penned a guide on voting for ethical candidates.

What’s in A-Name?

A concert and a trademark: SCU explores what happens when race, performance, and trademark law intersect

Fear and Hope in a Pandemic

In an online survey, an SCU psychology professor found those who prepared most for the pandemic had the most fear, and the most hope.