Going global

We are always pleased to see writers make their first foray into the world of print magazines. Especially when the effort includes poignant images and stories from SCU students and recent alumni, as you’ll find assembled for the inaugural issue of OneWorld magazine, published in May. The alternately heartbreaking and inspiring stories traverse the globe from Tijuana to Thailand. — JC

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A Return to Work

Jesuit values spark lobbying efforts for employee call-back programs

How to Be an Ethical Voter

Director of Government Ethics Program at SCU’s Markkula Center penned a guide on voting for ethical candidates.

What’s in A-Name?

A concert and a trademark: SCU explores what happens when race, performance, and trademark law intersect

Fear and Hope in a Pandemic

In an online survey, an SCU psychology professor found those who prepared most for the pandemic had the most fear, and the most hope.