• Acting to end homelessness

    Acting to end homelessness

    Michael Engh, S.J., and John A. Sobrato '60, 26 May 2015

    Can we eradicate homelessness? We must translate information into action, argues SCU president Michael Engh, S.J., and philanthropist John A. Sobrato ’60.

  • A crisis of inequality

    A crisis of inequality

    Bill de Blasio, 21 May 2015

    It’s time to come to grips with a deepening economic division in our country, says the mayor of New York. From a May 13 talk and Q&A.

  • No free lunch

    No free lunch

    Leon Neyfakh, 5 May 2015

    Here’s a solution to prison overcrowding, says law professor W. David Ball: Make prosecutors answer for the cost of incarceration.

  • Center stage

    Center stage

    Deborah Lohse, 1 May 2015

    A $25 million gift from Jeff Miller ’73, MBA ’76 and his wife Karen will advance social entrepreneurship at SCU.

  • Lawn to lettuce

    Lawn to lettuce

    Kamila Lambert '12, 15 Apr 2015

    In the face of California’s deepening drought, Kamila Lambert ’12 offers three great reasons to turn your lawn into an edible garden.

  • The meh response to the iWatch

    The meh response to the iWatch

    Michael S. Malone '75, MBA '77, 9 Apr 2015

    Having attacked everything else, Apple is going after the last screen left, but where’s the big innovation?

  • Opening Day

    Opening Day

    Jack Bowen, 1 Apr 2015

    As the boys of summer return to the field, author and coach Jack Bowen weighs in on how sports allows us to go all in in ways not possible elsewhere.

  • A wild generosity

    A wild generosity

    Brian Doyle, 24 Mar 2015

    On the retirement of Steve Nash ’96 from pro basketball, writer Brian Doyle recalls the riveting display of graceful mastery, athleticism, and sheer creativity of his game—which happens to be the greatest game in the world.

  • 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.