The global draw of SCU women’s tennis
Degheri Tennis Center is home court now—but some of the women on the Bronco tennis team came a long way to play here: Zeina El Tawil ’18 from Cairo, Egypt; Danielle Zinn ’18 from Herzliya, Israel; Daniella Silva ’17 from Vancouver, Canada (though Portugal is where she was raised—“The Santa Clara weather is very similar!”), now studying political science; Nabila Farah ’17 from Santa Cruz, Bolivia, majoring in civil engineering; and Delphine Rouvillois ’16 from Grenoble, France—studying finance, earning a 3.93 GPA, and playing at the No. 1 position in all of her singles matches.

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Spin Masters

In searching for patterns that would differentiate one species of webspinners from the next, Professor Janice Edgerly-Rooks wondered: What if you put their steps to music? Would you be able to hear the differences?

A Strong Red

Santa Clara’s signature red has been around since the late 1800s. Before it was made official, though, we were almost the blue Broncos.

Unspooling Stories

Art historian Andrea Pappas explores the sneaky feminism woven into colonial embroideries.

The Pope, AI, and Us

Santa Clara’s Markkula Center joins the Vatican in contemplating—what else?—the ethics of AI and other disruptive tech.