Parting Shot

And the breath returns

Parting Shot

A page from the St. John’s Bible, a seven-volume work in progress. Created in handwritten calligraphy, it is the first of its kind in more than 500 years. This page is from a limited-edition reproduction given to the University in December by Tita Crilly Diepenbrock, the widow of James Diepenbrock ’51. The volume is on display at the Harrington Learning Commons, Sobrato Technology Center, and Orradre Library.
Photo by Charles Barry

Looking Up

Spotted by stargazers this summer, during a profoundly difficult period for humanity, NEOWISE reminded us to look up, together.

The First

Mel Lewis ’53—the first Black graduate of SCU—reflects on his days as a Bronco.

Following the Trail

Spaniard Franciscan priest Magin Catalá arrived at Mission Santa Clara in 1794. His legacy is deep rooted in campus, literally.

Letters

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