Normally the magazine presents a work of art here—a map of sounds, a poem, or paintings. As Michael Engh, S.J. steps down after a decade as the President of Santa Clara University, can we declare the changes on the Mission campus part of his body of work, the oeuvre of Fr. Engh? Here’s what that may look like: An ambitious plan to grow the campus, admitting more students than ever, and building places for them to live and learn—from Finn Residence Hall, opening this fall, to the Sobrato Campus for Discovery and Innovation, a center for STEM and interdisciplinary studies. Under his watch, SCU sent students out into the world, becoming a leading producer of Fulbright scholars. It wasn’t always easy. There were problems to face: a meningitis outbreak, the unprecedented Great Recession, and more. But no matter what Engh did, he did it with care.