- Judith Martinez ’14 Teams With Pop Star Selena Gomez to Expand Mental Health Services in Educational Settings
Santa Clara is represented in Gomez's new national mental health college ambassador program.
Global politics ensnare 22 years of camaraderie at the International Space Station.
California has 840 miles of coastline, but making ocean water drinkable comes with enormous environmental and energy costs.
As COVID-19 continues to spread, inequities in the health care system have become more prevalent among vulnerable populations, particularly among immigrant groups.
A Bay Area company has pioneered a way to manufacture cement which mimics the way that corals build reefs, helping reduce emissions of carbon dioxide.
Bold leadership in climate change policy is required now—in the U.S. and abroad.
The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games give athletes with disabilities opportunities to reframe disability, inclusion, and access.
Ethically speaking, immigrants who have credible fears of persecution or torture should have a right to a bond hearing in front of an immigration judge and should not be indefinitely detained.
George Floyd's death has led international development community to grapple with its own history of colonialism and racism.
Navigating the controversial debates in immigration ethics through the three lenses: nationalism, cosmopolitanism, and democracy.
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