Features

Peace Corps 

CHANGE THE WORLD

The U.S. Peace Corps turned 50 this year and a few Santa Clara grads (and faculty and staff) recount their time as volunteers—and where it's taken them.


Robert Strunck 

HOW CAN YOU DEFEND THOSE PEOPLE?

As public defenders on the Homicide Task Force, Robert Strunck '76 and Crystal Marchigiani '78 have some 40 years between them representing accused murderers—many of whom faced the death penalty.


bronconews-landing 

TRADITION SHATTERED

Fifty years ago, Santa Clara admitted the first class of women to its undergraduate program. Gerri Beasley '65 shares some memories.


Graham 

REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS GRAHAM

Thousands of SCU students called Graham Hall home over the past half century. The first residence hall built for women, it boasted a pool, the Pipestage club, and campus hijinks. The old buildings are gone to make way for the new but the memories live on.


Fall 2011

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Features

Change the world

The U.S. Peace Corps turned 50 this year, with more than 340 Santa Clara grads (and faculty and staff) having served as volunteers.

How can you defend those people?

Public defenders in the Homicide Task Force in Chicago have some answers about representing accused murderers.

Mission Matters

Welcome home, Fr. Rewak

SCU's poet-president returns to the Mission Campus as chancellor.

Putting cleantech on the map

The Center for Science, Technology, and Society tracks where off-the-grid solutions are lighting the way.

Bronco Profile

Tradition Shattered

Fifty years ago, Santa Clara admitted the first class of women into its undergraduate program. Gerri Beasley '65 shares some memories.

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