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About our cover: A defining moment (of "sustainable," that is) with Lacey Schauwecker, a junior English major from Tempe, Ariz. Read more in John Farnsworth's essay. Photo by Charles Barry.

Featured Articles


The buzz about sustainability

By John Farnsworth. When we talk about "sustainability," what are we really talking about?

The green tax shift

By Fred Foldvary. Want an environmentally sustainable economy? Start making polluters pay.

A space that talks to nature

By Miriam Schulman. A team of SCU students aim to win the Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon. And save the planet.

Delivering the goods

By Dashka Slater. A pair of SCU alumni mentor two Kenyan entrepreneurs trying to clean up the environment and save lives.

Epitaph for the Journey

A poem by Paul Mariani.

A century of Bronco basketball

By Jed Mettee and Steven Boyd Saum. Celebrating the first hundred seasons.

A family show

By Steven Boyd Saum. Meet new men’s basketball coach Kerry Keating.

An auspicious moment

By Karyne Levy and Karen Crocker Snell. The Campaign for Santa Clara has given a new sense of possibility to the University’s mission.

Web Exclusives

Mark Twain's cats and other Califauna
Excerpts from Califauna: A Literary Field Guide, a new addition to the California Legacy Series, edited by SCU's Terry Beers and Emily Elrod '05, published in collaboration with Heyday Books.

Solar nexus

Applied Materials President and CEO Mike Splinter calls solar energy the next big opportunity for Silicon Valley. Read more, or listen to a podcast of his April 20 address at Santa Clara.

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