• You're not helping

    You're not helping

    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.

  • We'll take it

    We'll take it

    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.

  • Back porch blues

    Back porch blues

    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.

  • Do something great

    Do something great

    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.

  • Funny guy

    Funny guy

    Steven Boyd Saum, 19 Feb 2015

    Andy Ackerman ’78 talks about comedy, binge-watching, and learning to work with actors.

  • The meaning of mercy

    The meaning of mercy

    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

  • Freedom, justice, etc.

    Freedom, justice, etc.

    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?

  • 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