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Centennial Sculpture 

LAW'S CENTENNIAL SCULPTURE

See the entire sculpture, created by Jerry Smith '58, J.D. '65, that we photographed for the front cover of the magazine.


Bronco Idol 

SING IT LOUD

The inaugural Bronco Idol competition. See it. Live it.


Mary Jo Ignoffo 

REALLY SO MYSTERIOUS?

Mary Jo Ignoffo '78 reads from Captive of the Labyrinth, her new biography of the legendary Sarah Winchester.


Class Notes 

CLASS NOTES

Online class notes are updated regularly—with room to share your news (and pics, links, and etceteras).


Leon Panetta 

HEARD ON CAMPUS

Listen to talks and Q&A sessions, and read more about the speakers.


A Wild Surge 

A WILD SURGE OF GUILTY PASSION

Ron Hansen M.A. '95, the Gerard Manley Hopkins S.J. Professor of Arts & Humanities at SCU, reads from his new novel.


What becomes a JD? 

WHAT BECOMES A J.D.?

There are some 10,000 Santa Clara law alumni today. Learn a few of the paths they've followed.


NCIP 

THE INNOCENCE PROJECT

Read more about the Northern California Innocence Project.


Shana Bagley J.D. '93 

ABOARD THE CALIFORNIA

See a slideshow, read Shana Bagley J.D. 93's crew diaries, and learn more about the Clipper Round the World race.


Summer 2011

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Features

Law at 100

A century of legal education at SCU.

What do investors really want?

A renowned behavioral finance expert reveals how our desires shape our actions when it comes to investing.

Mission Matters

Water, water everywhere

Ed Maurer has a well-earned reputation as an expert on sustainable water resources development.

State of the University

"Strategic agility" to do life-changing work.

Bronco Profile

Tree still stands tall

The nickname that Dennis Awtrey ’70 earned at SCU doesn't require much explanation.

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