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SCU Perspectives on Pope Francis, a Jesuit

Recent papal announcement brings media attention to campus

 

Santa Clara was at the epicenter of news around the March 13 selection of Argentine Jesuit, Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, as Pope Francis. Two Jesuits who know the pope personally—Arthur Liebscher, S.J., '69 of SCU's history department and Alfonso Gomez, S.J., who is on sabbatical at SCU from his recent post as provincial of Argentina's Jesuits—spoke to several news stations about their respective friendships with the new pope. Fr. Liebscher's comments also appeared on Good Morning America. The campus was abuzz as Broncos watched in anticipation of the news. Check out the extensive attention our SCU community received, and a video of student and staff reactions to the news. 

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Month of Service

 

Strong Momentum for Month of Service

With 15 projects planned regionally, from Seattle to Phoenix, many members of the broader SCU community have signed up to participate in our Alumni Association's Month of Service, paying tribute to our association's founding in April of 1881. Honor SCU's commitment of service to others by joining an Alumni for Others (AFO) project in your area. RSVP online »

Easter Message

 

Taking Inspiration from Pope Francis

Message from the President

Thank you to the many members of the Alumni Family who sent me their good wishes on the election of Pope Francis. We shall be praying for our new pope and for all the people of God, especially the poor among us who hold a special place in the Holy Father’s heart. As leaders in our families, communities and workplaces, we can take inspiration from Pope Francis during this month of service and join in helping others in need. Read more »

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broncos beat george mason to lead in cbi finals

In the first game of the College Basketball Invitational, Santa Clara topped George Mason 81-73. It was the eighth consecutive post-season win for the Broncos. Santa Clara will now travel to George Mason to play the second game of a best of three final at 4 p.m. Pacific on Wed., April 3 on AXS-TV nationally. The game will be rebroadcast on KDOW 1220 AM at 7 p.m. Pacific.

Career Connect


seniors prepare for "life After SCU"

With graduation on the horizon, about 500 seniors will participate in our Alumni Association's "Life After SCU" program this spring, featuring a series of fun events to help prepare them for post-university life. Eight educational events feature alumni speakers providing tips, insight, and expertise on topics such as personal finance, city living, theology of marriage, and barbecuing. Alumni are invited to participate in the Career Connect networking event on April 16. Learn more »

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

April

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Bay Area: First Friday Mass and Lunch - April

12:05 Pm | scu campus

All are invited for noon Mass in the Mission church followed by a casual lunch in the Donohoe Alumni House.

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friday

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Palm Springs: Alumni For Others (AFO) Food Sorting Project

4:45 pm | FIND food bank

Volunteer with fellow Broncos at FIND Food Bank to sort and pack food for those in need.

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saturday

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Santa Clara Valley: Community Day of Service

8:30 Am | various project locations

Alumni, faculty, staff and students come together for the SCU Community Day of Service. Volunteers can choose from four projects: reading with low income students, organic gardening, painting and fix-up projects, or sorting food. All are invited back to campus for a volunteer lunch.

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saturday

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San Diego: Alumni For Others (AFO) Volunteer with Food Bank

9 Am | san diego food bank

Join fellow Broncos at the San Diego Food Bank to sort and package food for those in need.

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Visit the Alumni Online Event Calendar
for additional regional, AFO, and association events.

   

University News

Solar Decathlon Team

Solar Decathlon team to break ground

Santa Clara's team for the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon, who has been hard at work for two years on this year's solar-powered home design, is holding a groundbreaking celebration event on April 25. Visit the team's website to learn more about them and the competition. Watch a recent session in which alumni from past teams came back to share their experiences, and track the team's progress and show your support via Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

Father Coz

 

celebrate the legacy of father coz

Fr. Richard Coz's strong relationships with SCU Broncos and their families, and his commitment to Jesuit education and ideals, influenced and inspired thousands. Visit the Pause for Coz website to learn more about the Fr. Coz Endowed Scholarship Fund, this year's recipients, and the 7th Annual Pause for Coz event on April 20.

Johnny Williams

Northern california innocence project - Changing Lives

The Northern California Innocence Project (NCIP) and the California DNA Project (CDP) at Santa Clara University School of Law announced that on March 8, the Alameda County Superior Court overturned the wrongful conviction of Johnny Williams, after new DNA evidence proved his innocence. Mr. Williams served 14 years in prison.

For more University news, visit SCU Today.
 

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