Following the Path

Cecilia Cai ’14  knows what it means to be a singer.

Studying abroad brought the pieces together for Cecilia Cai ’14. At SCU, she studied music performance, urban education, and Italian studies. It was in Italy in 2013 that she found opera. “That was when I realized what opera was and what being a singer really meant,” Cai says. “I didn’t fully shift my path at that time, but I started working toward becoming an opera singer.” This fall that shift brought her to Verismo Opera, where she tackled Puccini’s Madama Butterfly. Brava!

post-image Cecilia Cai ’14 splits her time between the Bay and abroad as she works as an opera singer. / Image courtesy Cai
Wild Ideas

Get comfortable. One thinker wants to measure if all the activities we’re doing at work actually lead us to create more value.

Recycle and Recreate

In an Oakland art show, Steve Briscoe ’82 displayed his work, made from recyclable or reused materials.

Drafted

You can find Julian Bravo ’22 on the professional pitch for the Portland Timbers.

Legend

Take a peek into coach Buck Shaw‘s life in Kevin Carroll’s Buck Shaw: The Life and Sportsmanship of the Legendary Football Coach.