Features

  • Art time

    Art time

    Lindsey Kouvaris ’02, 4 Feb 2015

    The de Saisset Museum launches Creative in Common, the first exhibition in its yearlong celebration of 60 years on the Mission campus.

  • The fragility of faith

    The fragility of faith

    Michael C. McCarthy, S.J. ’87, M.Div. ’97, 1 Feb 2015

    Or, how can a thinking person still believe in God?

    Winter 2015

  • Rebound

    Rebound

    Mitch Finley ’73, 1 Feb 2015

    Lessons from the court and the chapel in dealing with addiction, mental illness, and some of society’s most despised. A journey with Liz Bruno ’82, M.A. ’86.

    Winter 2015

  • Use these powers for good

    Use these powers for good

    Lee Daniel Kravetz M.A. ’13, 1 Feb 2015

    There’s no magic pill you can take to bounce back from tragedy. But there are stories of people who’ve bounced forward to great things. Call them supersurvivors.

    Winter 2015

  • The game

    The game

    Jeff Gire, 30 Jan 2015

    The annual Gonzaga game on Feb. 5 promises to electrify the campus. Here's what you need to know before tip-off.

  • Ethics, acumen, and Silicon Valley DNA

    Ethics, acumen, and Silicon Valley DNA

    Lane Anderson, 20 Jan 2015

    High tech and faith in Silicon Valley are coming together to help eradicate poverty and improve the lives of millions.

  • Road to a comeback

    Road to a comeback

    Steve Kroner, 13 Jan 2015

    A brain tumor had threatened Andrew Papenfus’ future, but after a successful surgery, he’s back on the ball court.

  • To raze a house

    To raze a house

    Joe Garofoli, 2 Dec 2014

    There are a lot of bad stories to tell about Flint, Michigan, but SCU professor Gordon Young inspired a good one.

  • Tunnel vision

    Tunnel vision

    Matthew Snyder, 26 Nov 2014

    As he heads into his final season with the Broncos, point guard Brandon Clark ’15 is thinking like a pro: always hungry, never satisfied.

  • Water, water, anywhere?

    Water, water, anywhere?

    Heidi Williams ’06, 19 Nov 2014

    Engineering's Edwin Maurer, internationally renowned expert on climate change, discusses California's drought and how we can move to a more sustainable future.