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Can We?

Michelle Marvier

SCU is transforming the way students approach problem-solving.

Michelle Marvier,
Environmental Sciences

Should We?

Korin Wheeler

Removing boundaries between disciplines leads to solutions for complex questions.

Korin Wheeler,

Will We?

Bill Lu

New therapies need new engineering. Our students can apply their knowledge to create relevant strategies.

Bill Lu,

Santa Clara University Homepage

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    Care Like a Nonprofit, But Think Like an Entrepreneur

    Gregory Kepferle of Catholic Charities and Pamela Roussos of the Miller Center say it’s time for nonprofits to think and act more like entrepreneurs with a mission.

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    History Repeating

    Students and faculty turn to the library archives to tackle the continued fight for gender equality, 19th Century “Fake News,” and the case for Frankenstein in the canon.

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    ‘Embodiment of the American Dream’

    Former Nevada governor and senator Paul Laxalt ’44 passed away at 96. Known as “First Friend” to Republican President Ronald Reagan, Laxalt spent four decades in public service.

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    Tomorrow Never Knows

    Chris was too young to die. But not to save five lives.

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    What I’ve Learned

    Thirty episodes in, Gavin Cosgrave ’20 reflects on his personal takeaways from hosting the Voices of Santa Clara podcast.