A Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship fellowship gave Hannah Miller ’22 a unique opportunity to help share the stories of Baltimore-based social entrepreneurs determined to make lasting change in their communities.
San Jose native Lucy Nino ’22 worked with an Oscar-winning team of producers during an internship with Story Force Entertainment.
Alexis Takagi '22 wanted to be an agent of change. She is making that happen as a participant in the Independent California Colleges Advocate Program
With funding from the REAL program, transfer student Alexis Takagi '22 worked on a research project designed to understand and give voice to community college students' experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gabriela Sepulveda '21 chronicled her mother's spiritual approach to life during the pandemic in an audio story that earned national recognition.
Veronica Rodriguez '13 is a screenwriter and director for film and television in Los Angeles. We caught up with her to discuss career choices, family life, and advice on how to make it in the entertainment industry.
Mike Whalen awarded the Professor Joseph Bayma, S.J., Scholarship Award
Former hairstylist Tanesha Cartwright ’18, M.F.T. ’23 is fulfilling a dream of becoming a therapist for Black community members.
The summer Olympics are back and Jack Benjamin ’18 will be on the call for NBC Sports.
ASG Vice President Ann Codiga ’21 said she felt “like an ant” at her first college. Transferring to Santa Clara changed that, and prepared her for law school.