The following list includes Santa Clara Magazine articles that are found only in the Web edition.
- Steve Nash in his own words—The Podcast
Read the press conference Q & A and the convocation address, listen to the podcast, and check out the photos.
- From Head to Toe
When Hope Hanafin '75 works on a movie, she is onscreen every second—or rather, her award-winning costumes are.
- Alumni put faith into action
One way some alumni make use of the values and goals taught at Santa Clara University is to participate in a service program such as the Jesuit Volunteer Corps (JVC) or the Peace Corps.
- SCU Alumni Mayors
A list of SCU Alumni who have served as mayors.
- God and Diplimacy: An Interview with Madeleine Albright
Steven Boyd Saum interviews the former U.S. Secretary of State.
- An Ethical Vocation
The Faith, Ethics, and Vocation Project utilizes research, community-based learning, and courses to help students integrate faith, ethics, and the environment.
- Photography, Lynching, and Moral Change
An ethical examination of art exhibits featuring images of lynchings.
- Do animals have rights?
The theological status of animals as moral beings, by Paul J. Fitzgerald, S.J.
- Sin against the innocent
Keynote address for the Sin Against the Innocent: Sexual Abuse by Priests and the Role of the Catholic Church conference, delivered by Leon Panetta
- Giving Back
Former Congressman and White House Chief of Staff Leon Panetta '60, J.D. '63, teaches a political science course at SCU every fall. He says it allows him "to stay in touch with a generation that ultimately is very important to the future of our democracy."
- A conversation with Hans Boepple
By Elizabeth Kelley Gillogly '93 - Interview date: 11/10/04
- A dialog of faith
Moral reflections on Middle East conflict from Jewish, Muslim, and Christian perspectives.
- A diary from Poland, continued
More excerpts from Professor Jane Curry's diary from her year in Poland
A poem by Rebecca Black, who won the 2004 Juniper Prize for Poetry from the University of Massachusetts Press. Black is a lecturer in English at SCU.
- Film depicts struggles of Law Center clients
Clients, students, and staff of the Katharine and George Alexander Community Law Center are featured in a new documentary about the struggles of workers to get compensation under the state of California's workers' compensation system.
- "Passion"-ate perspectives on Mel Gibson film
Faculty commentary on "The Passion of the Christ"
- Playing West to East
Teresa McCollough, SCU professor of music, played a sold-out recital at the Beijing Modern Music Festival
- Professor predicts economic growth in 2005
SCU Economics Professor Mario Belotti predicts a period of solid and sustainable growth for the U.S. economy.
- Shakespeare in San Quentin
Aldo Billingslea's course in "Performing Shakespeare" took the Bard behind bars for a project where Santa Clara students worked alongside inamates at San Quentin State Prison. Read comments from the students and view photos from the performance.
- Cleaning up After Katrina
SCU’s students helped tear down homes that were destroyed during Katrina and the flooding that followed.
- My Mother Taught Me
Erin Pate '04 won the 2003 McCann Short Story Prize from SCU's English Department for this story.
SCU senior Alexander Matthew Weyand won the Tamara Verga Prize for his poem, "Still-born".
- The Real World is calling
Internships help SCU students grow personally and professionally