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Feb. 18, 2004, Vol. 3, No. 3
Santa Clara University

Campus News Updates 

model of SCU busines school

Model of proposed

business school, looking

west across Alviso.

New business school model unveiled 

New models of the planned new home for the Leavey School of Business have been released.

The building, to be built on Franklin Street at the northeast corner of campus, will be three floors in the Mission style, with an underground parking structure, and plaza facing campus.

The fund-raising campaign for the $40 million project is continuing as part of the Campaign for Santa Clara.

See more views of the model below.

'State of the University' speech Feb. 24

SCU President Paul Locatelli, S.J., will present his annual "State of the University" report in a speech to the University community at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 24 in the Mission Church. Faculty and staff are encouraged to adjust their office schedules to be able to attend the speech. 

Multicultural Center t shirtForum raises issues of multiculturalism

A student group's request for more office space, followed by online complaints about a t-shirt with smiling faces, and media coverage resulted in a student-sponsored forum on multiculturalism at SCU.

About 150 students jammed the Williman Room in Benson Memorial Center on Feb. 17, sharing thoughts and expressing support for efforts to improve multicultural understanding on campus.

The forum was sponsored by the Multicultural Center, the umbrella group of student ethnic organizations, which have offices in Shappell Lounge opposite the Campus Bookstore.

Goal raised in library food drive 

Ten barrels. That's the new goal of the Food for Fines food drive being conducted by Orradre Library. The food drop barrels are at the library, and volunteers will pick up canned goods and dry goods at campus offices, if you call 408-554-6808. The drive ends March 12.

Business School model from Franklin
New business school, view from campus.


 

 

 

 

 

 

Business School from Franklin
New business school, view from Franklin Street. 


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