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Summits

SCM Winter 2010

Why do we climb? And what do the illuminated landscapes have to teach us along the way? Scale a few summits in this edition of SCM, including Mt. Everest itself, in the company of tax accountant and mountaineer Megan Delehanty MBA ’90.

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Shaping the future


What can Jesuit universities do—together—to make the world a more humane, just, and sustainable place? It starts with imagination, an unequaled global network, and a conference in Mexico City—where Jesuit Superior General Adolfo Nicolás takes stock of challenges to Jesuit higher education today.
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A last goodbye to Paul Locatelli, S.J.

Thousands came to give their last farewell to Fr. Locatelli this summer. Here we share some words from the homily by Michael C. McCarthy, S.J., and eulogies by Mario Prietto, S.J., and niece Lynn Locatelli.
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Good lit

It’s time to light 10 candles on the birthday cake for SCU’s California Legacy Series. To date: 43 books, 500 radio broadcasts, and a handful of movies. What’s next? Something big.
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...And ladies of the club

In 2010 the Catala Club celebrated 80 years of work and play. As a group, they’ve raised millions for scholarships. And they have stories to tell.
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web exclusives

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Going Global
Bronco basketball players hail from around the world. The parents of Nate Mensah ’11, left, emigrated from Ghana. For Phillip Bach ’13, French was his first language. His second? Dutch.

 

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Expanded Class Notes
Online Class Notes are updated regularly. Share your news (and photos, and links) today. You can even do it on your mobile device at m.scu.edu/classnotes. Above: Patrick Wong ’99 and bride Jennifer (Chan) Wong at San Francisco’s Palace Hotel.

 

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The new Santa Clara Mag Blog
The print edition of Santa Clara Magazine comes out quarterly— but at the new Santa Clara Mag Blog you’ll find breaking stories, archival pics, and frequent updates on what’s afoot at the magazine. Plus see folks like Bernard Henschke ’58, above, here showing off some vintage Bronco threads.