Santa Clara Snapshot: 1911

Stats from a summer snapshot.

Santa Clara Snapshot: 1911
St. Joseph's rises: The first building constructed after the 1906 quake

$1 Per day in the infirmary

2 Lectures daily at 2:30 and 7:15 p.m. in each of the three classes in the law department

4 Hours per week of Greek

$5 Tuition per month for college study

8 Buildings on campus (Mission Church, Memorial Chapel, Infirmary, Commercial building, Theater building, the old chapel building, the Literary Congress building, and the Scientific building)

$10 Deposit for Pocket Money

$400 Law school annual tuition, and room and board.

Jon Teel ’12

Swept Away

Living without a home is deadly in Silicon Valley. One SCU professor explores why so many die in a place of such wealth and finds the constant removal of communities of homeless people may be a danger to their lives.

At Our Feet

History lives within the walls of Mission Santa Clara de Asís. 

Staring Into the Fire

Not your typical summer break. Henry Jones ’23 forewent a cushy office internship and beach vacations to fight fires in the Pacific Northwest.

The Gardens Kenny Built

Santa Clara photography professor Takeshi Moro pays tribute to the owner of an East Bay Japanese-American nursery by photographing the gardens of longtime clients.