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."
In this issue
By Deepa Arora. Thomas J. Reese, S.J., the former editor of the Jesuit weekly magazine, America, is spending a sabbatical year at SCU. He sat down for an exclusive interview with SCM to reflect on what he has witnessed, what inspires him, and the future of the Church.
By Victoria Hendel De La O. “Through its exhibitions and collections, the museum allows students and faculty to expand the walls of the classroom,” says Rebecca M. Schapp, director of the de Saisset Museum, which is celebrating its 50th year.
By Eric O. Hanson, Patrick A. Donohoe, S.J., Professor of Political Science at SCU. An education for the twenty-first century must foster intelligence and spirituality, global and local visions, technological and traditional forms of expression, and lifelong learning for service and for its own sake.