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.
Internet ethics expert Irina Raicu considers why clicking a button isn’t necessarily an endorsement.
Michael McCarthy, S.J., suggests open use of scripture from all sacred texts may be the key to overcoming divisiveness in public discourse.
Reza Aslan '95 talks to SCM about the Arab Spring, reaction to the hateful "film" Innocence of Muslims, and Newsweek's recent "Muslim Rage" cover.
On April 16, 2012, James McLurkin addressed an audience at Mayer Theatre as part of SCU's President's Speaker Series.
Social investment to help the most vulnerable.
Do students lose their faith while in college? Or is our concept of what faith is too brittle?
Building a house for the 2013 Solar Decathlon. That, and changing the world.
Telling a delicious tale of food and family with chef David Cordúa ’04.
Taut and tranquil moments in Afghanistan—an essay in words and images.
The Dalai Lama’s first visit to Santa Clara.
Building safer houses in Ecuador. Research on capuchin monkeys in Costa Rica. Helping empower girls in The Gambia. And this is just the beginning for the Johnson Scholars Program.
The annual State of the University address, including some fabulous news for the arts and humanities. And the announcement of Santa Clara 2020, a new vision for the University.