Winter 2010

  • A 10-plus!

    A 10-plus!

    Steven Boyd Saum, 10 Jan 2010

    Welcome to the Paul L. Locatelli, S.J., Student Activity Center.

    Winter 2010

  • Solar cooling? Here it comes.

    Solar cooling? Here it comes.

    Justin Gerdes, 10 Jan 2010

    Santa Clara’s Ripple House, which took third in the 2007 Solar Decathlon, was recently outfitted with a cutting-edge rooftop solar collector.

    Winter 2010

  • What do the numbers show?

    What do the numbers show?

    Kellie Quist ’10, 10 Jan 2010

    With the annual parade of college rankings bigger than ever, SCU scores high, especially when it comes to return on investment.

    Winter 2010

  • Santa Clara Snapshot: 1970

    Santa Clara Snapshot: 1970

    Justine Macauley ’10 and Kellie Quist ’10, 10 Jan 2010

    There were only four days of classes, three philosophy courses were required to graduate, and hundreds of students boycotted class to protest U.S. military action in Cambodia.

    Winter 2010

  • Corporate social responsibility: the bottom line

    Corporate social responsibility: the bottom line

    John Deever, 10 Jan 2010

    Many companies seek to keep (or regain) the public’s good graces by performing acts of corporate social responsibility, or CSR. But how does it affect the bottom line?

    Winter 2010

  • ... And ladies of the club

    ... And ladies of the club

    Sam Scott ’96, 9 Jan 2010

    In 2010, the Catala Club celebrated 80 years of work and play. As a group, they’ve raised millions for scholarships—and they’re going strong.

    Winter 2010

  • Ten truths about leadership

    Ten truths about leadership

    James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner, 6 Jan 2010

    Context is constantly shifting. But the content of leadership has not changed much at all.

    Winter 2010

  • Letters

    Letters

    SCM, 5 Jan 2010

    Readers write in about Paul Locatelli, S.J. ’60, remembrance of Jerry Sullivan, S.J., Daniel Nava’s grand entrance onto the major league stage, and inspiring professors from Santa Clara University.

  • Why climb it?

    Why climb it?

    Steven Boyd Saum, 5 Jan 2010

    ”Because it’s there", the man answered—it being Mt. Everest, rising amid a range whose name means the Abode of Snow to a height taller than any other mountain on the globe.

    Winter 2010