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Just before Christmas, more than 30 Santa Clara alumni gathered at the Old Fire House in San Francisco to assist with the SF Fire Fighters Toys for Tots program. After helping to distribute toys to families in need, we were treated to lunch prepared by some of the fighters. We were also joined by SF Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-White '86 (in the Santa Clara sweatshirt, of course), flanked here by Victoria Duran '07 and John Spieth'06.
President's Speaker Series
Engaging People and Ideas That Shape Our World
May 6, 2008
The Significance of the Entrepreneur in American History
Journalist and two-time SCU grad Michael S. Malone '75, MBA '77 looks at the transformation of the place we call Silicon Valley, taking stock of where we find ourselves on history's trajectory. From his classic Silicon Valley history The Big Score to his latest book Bill and Dave, the definitive history of William Hewlett and David Packard, Malone captures the spirit of entrepreneurship in Silicon Valley. In a landmark speech prepared for the President's Speaker Series, he says that a new society is emerging in 21st-century America, one that has no real precedent in civilization.
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