Wine in a Pandemic: A note from SCM

A wish for health for us all—May we soon celebrate together again

Wine in a Pandemic: A note from SCM

Grape harvesting and winemaking are old traditions—both of humankind and at Santa Clara. Often we imbibe in communion with one another and God. As this magazine goes to press, those in-person exchanges of thoughts and feelings are on hold in an attempt to quell a new, global virus. It is our dearest hope that by the time this magazine reaches you, we can again raise a glass together, in-person and in fellowship. We send this out with a prayer for the health of us all. In that spirit: saluti, sante, salud, prost, chúc sú’c khoe—or simply, good health to you!

The Gift

Sacrifice, given willingly and with love, makes us human.

On Being Better

How can we be better to each other, particularly as white people seek to become allies?

The Sacrificial Tweet

A single misstep on social media comes at a high price these days. And yet we’re being asked to speak up louder and more frequently against injustice. What are we willing to sacrifice to keep posting?

Not a Moment, But a Movement

From a protest in Benson in 1969 to a multi-decade movement called Unity, students of color have consistently pushed SCU toward progress.