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A plea for kindness in a mad world.
Vehicles of the future are now on campus.
A Q&A with Sandra Hayes, former dean of Undergraduate Admission.
New literary discoveries shed new light on the religious views of a famed scientist.
Anthropology lecturer Matthew Jobin sparks our interest and imagination.
Associate Professor of Counseling Psychology Shauna L. Shapiro on mindful parenting.
An anthropologic look at the Islamic Revolution in one Iranian village.
Gallery: blueprints of nature
In a new video, Brandi Chastain ’91 reveals her favorite soccer field. Her pick may surprise fans.
Santa Clara’s claim to the Women’s World Cup: Julie Johnson ’14 and all the ones who came before.
Professor emeritus of history and SCU historian Gerald McKevitt, S.J., told the history of Jesuits in the West. He wrote the definitive The University of Santa Clara.
Tennant Wright, S.J., STL ’63 had a favorite bit of advice he gave to students: “Judge me harshly.” That rarely was the case with this devoted teacher and priest who came from unlikely roots.
Remembering Theodore “Ted” Rynes, S.J., who pushed his students to do better and think deeper.
The perfect middle name and boy born to a family of Broncos.
Natasha Nanda M.A. ’11 married Nickhil Bhave with ceremonies honoring both Hindu and Catholic traditions.
Introducing the Mission Wine Collection.
Readers write in.
Calling upon ourselves to ask what – and alongside who – we stand for and with.
A goal and a long time coming for Julie Johnston ’14.