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Compassion for undocumented students: In a show of solidarity for those whom the Jesuits consider among the most vulnerable in society -- undocumented people -more than 200 faculty, staff and students staged a walkout Nov. 17, 2016, in support of undocumented students at SCU.  Photo by Joanne Lee/Santa Clara University

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  • Miller Center Lookback 2016 Collage

    A Look Back, A Look Ahead

    Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship invited leaders in social entrepreneurship and impact investing to share their thoughts about the current state of the sector and trends they see for 2017 and beyond.

  • AJCU statement about undocumented students

    Jesuit University Presidents Express Support for Undocumented Students

    Nov. 30 letter urges solidarity, mercy for the marginalized among us.

    SCU President Michael Engh, S.J., joined over two dozen Jesuit university presidents in a letter urging protection for undocumented students

  • Actor Sharon Stone reading Emily Doe letter Nov. 18

    A New Understanding on Campus Sexual Assault

    Santa Clara University hosts symposium on the difficult topic of campus sexual assault.

    An all-day symposium at SCU focused on the problem of sexual assault on college campuses, and new agreements to prevent and address them.

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    City of Mountain View, counseled by SCU Law's International Human Rights Clinic, votes to be a "Human Rights City"

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    The Leavey School of Business at Santa Clara University has approved the most significant overhaul of its MBA curriculum in two decades, to meet the evolving needs of today’s working professionals.

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    District Attorney to Hold Symposium on the Topic of Campus Sexual Assault

    An invitation-only event will focus on safety solutions, using celebrity and legal star power.

    Preserving Memories of The Hut

    Santa Clara University Arranges to Purchase Assets to Preserve Memories of Famed Watering Hole