• Children in the Dark

    Children in the Dark

    SCM Staff, 16 Nov 2015

    Evil, bloodthirsty creatures and three misfit children on a quest. Anthropology lecturer Matthew Jobin’s The Nethergrim delivers young readers into a creepy but plausible world.

    Fall 2015

  • How to Make Cities Smarter?

    How to Make Cities Smarter?

    Alicia K. Gonzales '09, 16 Nov 2015

    White House praises location-sharing app BlueLight for making cities—and college campuses—safer.

    Fall 2015

  • 07/05/15


    SCM Staff, 16 Nov 2015

    07/05/15: Ebullient in Vancouver—Julie Johnston ’14 and teammates win soccer’s World Cup.

    Fall 2015

  • Letters


    SCM Staff, 16 Nov 2015

    Brickbats and bouquets for the new magazine. A good baseball man. Silicon Valley Story.

    Fall 2015

  • Who, indeed?

    Who, indeed?

    Steven Boyd Saum, 16 Nov 2015

    “Who, indeed?” Of presidents, popes, human dignity and the common good of our planet. 

    Fall 2015

  • Boob spelled backwards

    Boob spelled backwards

    Jim Harrington, 2 Nov 2015

    After his wife was diagnosed with breast cancer, DJ Mike “No Name” Nelson ’96 decided to help raise awareness with a 3,000-mile trip and a hit charity single penned by his son.

  • Like no place on earth

    Like no place on earth

    Michael S. Malone ’75, MBA ’77 , 30 Oct 2015

    Talking with John A. Sobrato ’60 about building Silicon Valley—literally—and shaping it for future generations.

  • Going to BAT

    Going to BAT

    Thomas Neumann, 21 Oct 2015

    His Major League Baseball career is in the past, but Randy Winn ’96 is still stepping up to the plate to help the entire baseball family.

  • If innocent please contact

    If innocent please contact

    Denny Walsh, 15 Oct 2015

     After 15 years in prison, Larry Pohlschneider walked out a free man thanks to the efforts of Maitreya Badami and the Northern California Innocence Project.

  • The cranky jubilarian

    The cranky jubilarian

    Mick McCarthy, S.J. '87 and William Rewak, S.J., 6 Oct 2015

    Jerry McKevitt, S.J., was a scholar, teacher, reverend, and chef. And he chronicled the history of Santa Clara and Jesuits in the West.