• Stage write

    Stage write

    Jeff Gire, 15 Oct 2014

    A Tony Award for James Houghton ’81 and the Signature Theatre Company in New York

    Fall 2014

  • California twang

    California twang

    Kristen Intlekofer, 15 Oct 2014

    Singer-songwriter Lindsay Bruce ’10 performed for the first time ever in the basement of Graham Hall. This spring, she competed in front of millions of viewers on NBC's The Voice.

    Fall 2014

  • Happily ever after the fact

    Happily ever after the fact

    Danae Stahlnecker ’15, 15 Oct 2014

    Three SCU theatre alumni shared the stage this summer in San Francisco Playhouse's production of Into the Woods.

    Fall 2014

  • Surprise. Delight. Educate.

    Surprise. Delight. Educate.

    Kathryn Kale ’86, 15 Oct 2014

    Announcing SCU Illuminate, a new blog curated by the Alumni Association featuring select University thought leaders writing about leadership, entrepreneurship, education, the arts, and more.

    Fall 2014

  • In Memoriam

    In Memoriam

    SCM, 15 Oct 2014

    Remembering Victor Vari, Robert Parden, Elizabeth Moran, and others.

    Fall 2014

  • By any other name

    By any other name

    Steven Boyd Saum, 15 Oct 2014

    By any other name: Root and bloom of roses on the Mission Campus—and Santa Clara's ties to El Salvador.

    Fall 2014

  • Letters

    Letters

    SCM, 15 Oct 2014

    Readers write in about "The Catholic Writer Today" and a well-traveled sled dog. And share additional memories of Candlestick Park.

    Fall 2014

  • Topspin

    Topspin

    SCM, 15 Oct 2014

    A portrait of tennis sensation Katie Le ’14.

    Fall 2014

  • A leadership fumble

    A leadership fumble

    Ann Skeet, 3 Oct 2014

    Director of Leadership Ethics Ann Skeet counts the ways NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has missed leadership opportunities, including the latest crisis over domestic violence.

  • Redemption at the blackboard

    Redemption at the blackboard

    Anne Kniggendorf, 27 Sep 2014

    Lewis Buzbee ’79 looks back at his years in the classroom to ask the question, Don't our kids deserve what we had?