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Saving capitalism: Former U.S. Labor Secretary Robert Reich presented at SCU's President's Speaker Series on Mar. 8, discussing ways in which the U.S. economic system is unfair, and what students can do to change that. Photo by Joanne H. Lee.

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  • Students at BroncoHack 2015

    Can You Hack It?

    BroncoHack competitors must combine business, technology and social justice.

    For 24 hours from April 16 to 17, students from all over the Bay Area will "code it out" in a hackathon that requires both tech and business savvy, and a social-justice solution.

  • Image of jail cell hash marks

    Bad Boys? SCU Law Class Tackles California's Bail System

    Students in Prof. David Ball's Criminal Law and Policy class are exploring whether California's bail system is stacked against poor defendants.

  • Brandi Chastain '91 Making Headlines

    Santa Clara University graduate Brandi Chastain ‘91 in the running for U.S. National Soccer Hall of Fame

    Santa Clara University graduate Brandi Chastain ‘91 in the running for U.S. National Soccer Hall of Fame

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    artwork by Raja Oshi

    JST Scholars Study the Impact of Human Migration

    On May 3, the Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University will host 2 scholars discussing their research, which offers different perspectives of human migration.

    Deja Thomas '17

    Santa Clara University Junior Déjà Thomas Chosen for Udall Foundation Scholarship

    Santa Clara junior and future Global Social Benefit Fellow has won a competitive Udall Undergraduate Scholarship for environmental study.

    Fulbright Winner Sean Reilly atop East Sierra mountain

    Santa Clara University Announces Fourth Year in Top Tier of Fulbright Scholarship Wins

    Four Broncos are heading to the Czech Republic, Morocco, Ghana and Australia for Fulbright study or teaching.

    James Reites, S.J.

    Santa Clara University Mourns the Loss of Jim Reites, S.J.

    SCU President Michael Engh, S.J., shared news of the unexpected loss of a beloved colleague

    Students celebrate DoG 2016

    “All In” Goes All Out: Santa Clara University's Day of Giving Smashes Records

    One day + $3.5 million in gifts + 4,560 donors = a world of transformative opportunities unlocked.

    John Carroll University writer in residence, Rev. Donald Cozzens

    Rev. Donald Cozzens, Author and Popular Commentator on Catholic Issues, to Speak at Jesuit School of Theology Commencement on May 21

    Popular writer and commentator, known for diving into sometimes divisive Catholic cultural and religious issues, will speak to JST-SCU graduating class.