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Community Newsletter - Fall 2010

 
 
  • iconCommemorating Fr. Locatelli's Legacy

    Thousands of people gathered on ­campus and paid their respects online this summer to celebrate the life of Paul Leo Locatelli, S.J. ’60, Santa Clara University’s chancellor and former ­president who died July 12, 2010 at the age of 71... Read More >>
  • iconSing Me Your Story - A Celebration of Heritage at the de Saisset Museum

    The de Saisset Museum on campus will feature the traveling exhibition Sing Me Your Story, Dance Me Home: Art and Poetry from Native California, organized by the California Exhibition Resources Alliance, from Oct. 2 through Dec. 5. Centered on the... Read More >>
  • iconScaling Technology Innovations for Social Impact

    On Nov. 4, 2010 Santa Clara University will host the Tech Awards Showcase for the first time on campus. This exhibition will feature projects by the 15 Tech Laureates—the technologists, educators, scientists, and entrepreneurs who will be honored at... Read More >>
  • iconGrand Plans for Reunion Weekend

    Familiar faces will be seen on campus the weekend of Oct. 8-10 as alumni converge for the second annual Grand Reunion Weekend to remember their college experiences, reconnect with old friends, and renew their ties with the university... Read More >>
  • iconCenter of Performing Arts: Your Ticket to Great Entertainment

    The upcoming performing arts season on campus “envelops a blend of the old, the new, and the up-and-coming at a great value for patrons,” says Butch Coyne, director of the Center of Performing Arts. “The nice thing about... Read More >>
  • iconSCU Law School Hits One Hundred

    A lot has changed since Santa Clara University opened its School of Law in 1911. Back then, fewer than 15 men registered for classes. Now, enrollment tops 900, with women accounting for 48 percent of students, and the entire... Read More >>
  • iconTapping Into SCU's Business Savvy

    You don’t have to be an executive to take advantage of the classes at the Executive Development Center (EDC), the continuing education unit of the Leavey School of Business. Located in state-of-the-art Lucas Hall, the EDC offers... Read More >>