• Meeting the assassin with love

    Meeting the assassin with love

    John Dear, S.J., 29 Jun 2012

    In his new book, Jim Douglass '60 writes about Gandhi and his mission for peace through nonviolence.

  • Get on your feet

    Get on your feet

    Pamela Feinsilber , 20 Jun 2012

    Gospel Fest comes to the Mission Church—bringing songs of inspiration and singers from around the Bay Area.

  • A clash of cultures

    A clash of cultures

    Clay Hamilton, 13 Jun 2012

    The soccer rivalry between the U.S. and Mexico has been called one of the most complex in the world. The latest film by documentarian Michael Whalen explores why.

  • Bridging the Gate

    Bridging the Gate

    Clay Hamilton, 4 Jun 2012

    A Bronco remembers 75 years of an icon.

  • Honors on the court ... and off

    Honors on the court ... and off

    Clay Hamilton, 24 May 2012

    WCC Player of the Year is just one of the honors sophomore Katie Le '14 has garnered both on and off the SCU tennis courts.

  • Kenya to the Breakers

    Kenya to the Breakers

    Marika Krause & Clay Hamilton, 18 May 2012

    An SCU student straps on running shoes for a good cause.

  • He's Baaack!

    He's Baaack!

    Jeff Gire, 16 May 2012

    After a stint with the PawSox, former Bronco Daniel Nava is back in the Majors with the Boston Red Sox.  

  • Heard on Campus: James McLurkin

    Heard on Campus: James McLurkin

    Santa Clara Magazine, 10 May 2012

    On April 16, 2012, James McLurkin addressed an audience at Mayer Theatre as part of SCU's President's Speaker Series.

  • Dream—and do big things

    Dream—and do big things

    Britt Yap, 7 May 2012

    Celebrating 50 years of women—with Mary Frances Callan '65, M.A. '67, an educator among the first class of women, and Brandi Chastain '91, a soccer star who scored the penalty shot heard ’round the world.

  • Tragic, beautiful, and true

    Tragic, beautiful, and true

    Steven Boyd Saum, 27 Apr 2012

    With a performance epic but simple, remembering the Virginia Tech shootings by honoring the lives well-lived—and not just their loss.