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Grand Art for a Grand Building: Santa Clara University art and art history students start classes Sept. 19 in the beautiful new Edward M. Dowd Art and Art History Building, which features a grand sculpture by artist Dale Chihuly. Photo by Joanne Lee/Santa Clara University


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  • Alexandria Petterson, SCU Law 2016 IL

    Bar None

    Santa Clara University School of Law's newest class of first-year students is a diverse, driven bunch

    Aug. 22 was the first day of classes for the 246 full-time and 26 part-time new students at Santa Clara Law.

  • Dorian Llywelyn, S.J., Ignatian Center

    Hitting the Ground Strolling

    A Q&A with Dorian Llywelyn, S.J., the new executive director of SCU's Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education

    Ignatian Center Executive Director Dorian Llywelyn, S.J., wants to know who's not at the table, and invite them in.

  • The Wheels on the House Go Round and Round

    rEvolve House construction accelerates as the summer comes to a close

    Santa Clara University's team of students continue constructing the rEvolve House ahead of the SMUD Tiny House Competition in October.

    Recent Headlines

    Bannan Institute Common Good logo

    Is There a Common Good in Our Common Home?

    Lectures, speakers, and podcasts will explore the “common good” in today’s racial, economic, gender, and environmental concerns.

    John Kohler, director of impact capital

    Miller Center Impact Investment Expert Kohler Speaks at JOIM Conference Sept. 27

    Miller Center's John Kohler will speak to professional investors about "impact investing."

    U.S. News & World Report Ranks Santa Clara University No. 2 in the West

    The rankings are in for 2016-17 and SCU holds firm at No. 2 in the West

    Owner of Franci Cakes, Franci Gire

    An Online Boost for SCU's California-Business Accelerator

    Bringing together two tremendous entrepreneurship training programs -- CAPE and MOBI.

    de Saisset features Beasley's Coriolis and Torqueri Sculptures

    de Saisset is first American museum to exhibit internationally renown artist Bruce Beasley's Coriolis and Torqueri series

    Photo accompanying LWR exhibit

    Lawyers Without Rights

    The lives and plight of German lawyers under Nazi-era Third Reich are the subject of the Lawyers Without Rights exhibit running through Oct. 9 at SCU's Learning Commons.