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The great debate of our place on the Red Planet.
What’s it like to change the world? Busy.
SCU students participating in Global Medical Brigades help eliminate obstacles between medical care and those in need.
“The way we pray”: SCU and Sacred Heart celebrate 20 years of La Virgen at the Mission Church.
“Formidable Fragments” by Kathy Aoki, associate professor of studio art, created a post-apocalyptic world where cute once ruled all.
Actress and activist Sharon Stone came to SCU to read Emily Doe’s letter at One Voice, a symposium about sexual assault on college campuses.
A look at Pancho Jiménez ’93 and his historically inspired sculptures.
Saying goodbye to Ken Sears ’55, the first basketball player to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated.
How can social innovators help poor communities with big problems—like lack of HIV/AIDS awareness, or electricity, or even rain?
The 115th Congress counts 55 California representatives in the House—a few with Santa Clara ties.
The firsthand view of sustainability on campus.
An actress and a rugby captain find love in the funny pages.
Alumni Relations is offering new ways to maintain old connections—and make new ones.
The Mission Wine Collection is back. Stock up while you can.
Building a legacy: Bronco grads come together at Grand Reunion.
The editorial, creative, and production teams responsible for making both the print and digital versions of the magazine a reality.
The life of stained glass and its journey from Nobili Hall to the Jesuit Residence.
Letter from the Editor: John A. Sobrato ’60 promised something terrific in STEM. He delivered the future.
Worries of water in a drought-ravaged state.