The director of SCU's Office of Sustainability suggests five resolutions you can make to help the planet.
Internet ethics expert Irina Raicu considers why not all tracking is equal and why context is crucial.
Jesuit School of Theology dean Thomas J. Massaro, S.J., discusses the controversial relationship between money and politics—in Germany as well as in the United States.
SCU law professor Colleen Chien says individuals and companies that do not themselves make anything are bringing the majority of U.S. patent lawsuits.
Tech writer Michael S. Malone '75, MBA '77 takes a look at why the high tech industry needs more humanities majors.
Stories and a Q&A session with the 1960s civil rights activist and founding member of the Black Panther Party
As news organizations consolidate, the picture of the world presented to readers becomes less nuanced—especially at the intersection of politics and religion.
The editor of a major Spanish-language outlet in the Bay Area on the possibly election-deciding impact of the Hispanic vote in 2012.
The 2012 Alexander Law Prize recognizes the work by human rights attorney Almudena Bernabeau to bring to justice those responsible for the killing of the Jesuits in El Salvador.
Historian Nancy Unger takes a new look at the book that launched the modern environmental movement.
A young mathematician at SCU has helped equip police in Santa Cruz and L.A. with an algorithm that predicts where crimes might happen next. Is this the future of policing?
A veteran chronicler of Silicon Valley looks at why the high-tech industry needs—and wants—folks who know how to tell a story.
Kurds, Arabs, countrymen: Shakespeare Iraq brings the Bard to Ashland like you’ve never heard him.
A statue that’s gazed on the Mission Gardens for 130 years gets a much-needed restoration. As layers of paint are peeled away, stories of the past emerge.
They make Erik Hurtado ’13 WCC player of the year and the No. 5 pick in pro soccer’s draft.
There’s global interest in a Massive Open Online Course in business ethics.