Emma is enrolled in a one-year Master’s in Sociology of Law at the University of the Basque Country, Spain.
I’m really happy I ended up finding this major, because it provided a really unique opportunity to study what I love from a really unique perspective.
Former Communication student and editor of the campus newspaper heads to The Washington Post.
Tatiana Sanchez, who won a Pulitzer Prize in April, got her start in journalism courses and at The Santa Clara student newspaper.
After taking my first public health class, PHSC 1, I was extremely intrigued by this new approach- viewing health from a preventative lens instead of a treatment lens.
I always knew I was going to be an English major in college and my time at SCU made me realize this was the right choice for me.
Nick’s work focuses on climate change, politics, and the societal impacts of climate change
In collaboration with ESS faculty member Iris Stewart-Frey, Claire ('16) investigated the impacts of the recent extreme drought on urban streams