Michael S. Malone '75, MBA '77, 9 Apr 2015
Having attacked everything else, Apple is going after the last screen left, but where’s the big innovation?
Jack Bowen, 1 Apr 2015
As the boys of summer return to the field, author and coach Jack Bowen weighs in on how sports allows us to go all in in ways not possible elsewhere.
Brian Doyle, 24 Mar 2015
On the retirement of Steve Nash ’96 from pro basketball, writer Brian Doyle recalls the riveting display of graceful mastery, athleticism, and sheer creativity of his game—which happens to be the greatest game in the world.
Irina Raicu J.D. '09, 19 Mar 2015
Internet ethicist Irina Raicu J.D. ’09 examines how a Newsweek cover depicting gender discrimination in Silicon Valley perpetuates the problem.
Jeff Gire and Clay Hamilton, 18 Mar 2015
All in for SCU! And note that from a mastodon tusk to some of the first aircraft ever built, SCU has received some incredible, and incredibly odd, gifts.
Mark Purdy, 4 Mar 2015
Jorma Kaukonen ’64 plays and sings stuff hard won through a life in music. The rustic blues vibe of his latest album is crunchily satisfying.
Deborah Lohse, 25 Feb 2015
The State of the University address with President Michael Engh, S.J. We are part of a region that drives change around the globe. And big things are afoot at SCU.
Steven Boyd Saum, 19 Feb 2015
Andy Ackerman ’78 talks about comedy, binge-watching, and learning to work with actors.
David DeCosse and Luis Calero, 13 Feb 2015
A Q&A in the Mission Church with Cardinal Rodríguez, one of the most influential leaders of the Catholic Church today
Steven Boyd Saum, 11 Feb 2015
From Berlin to Cape Town to Tiananmen Square, what do the revolutions of 1989–90 mean a quarter century later?