• Drowning in Money?

    Drowning in Money?

    Ed Cohen, 19 Feb 2016

    Economists still aren’t sure if the Fed did more good than harm when it flooded markets with cash in the wake of the Great Recession.

  • Contrary to Popular Belief

    Contrary to Popular Belief

    Ed Cohen, 13 Feb 2016

    Falling in line with the Supreme Court’s majority had never been Antonin Scalia’s style. Here's what motivated his dissents.

  • He Can’t Lose

    He Can’t Lose

    Sam Scott ’96, 4 Feb 2016

    How sports agent Bob LaMonte ’68 wins—no matter who comes out on top in Super Bowl 50

  • Bringing Back a Classic

    Bringing Back a Classic

    Jeff Gire, 27 Jan 2016

    Bronco Athletics recently announced that they would be revamping logos and uniforms for a classic look.

  • Them's the Rules

    Them's the Rules

    Sam Farmer, 25 Jan 2016

    Why did the refs make that call? When the rules are at issue in an NFL telecast, the networks turn to Mike Pereira ’72 and Mike Carey ’71.

  • Sweet Victory: Beating Bear Bryant

    Sweet Victory: Beating Bear Bryant

    Mark Purdy, 10 Jan 2016

    Remembering a great moment in Bay Area sports—and paying tribute to quarterback John Pasco ’52, who left us in November.

  • A Beacon of Light

    A Beacon of Light

    Clay Hamilton, 22 Dec 2015

     Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Santa Clara Magazine

  • Invaders from Earth

    Invaders from Earth

    Ed Cohen, 18 Dec 2015

    Ethicists are split on when, how, and why humans should go to Mars.

  • Breaking the rules

    Breaking the rules

    Michelle Quinn, 2 Dec 2015

    Caryn Beck-Dudley is bringing her outsider experience to SCU’s Leavey School of Business

  • The Russians are coming! The Russians are coming!

    The Russians are coming! The Russians are coming!

    Steven Boyd Saum, 25 Nov 2015

    Thanksgiving memories of turkey, football, and revolutions that changed the world.