Classmates, friends, and admirers flocked to SCU to celebrate the new book Long Schott.
Nick Luckenbach ’22 thinks functional MRI scans could hold the key to the next big breakthrough in Autism Spectrum Disorder treatment.
‘I don't sell myself short anymore.’
Set to retire this summer, the founder of three major SCU electrical engineering labs reflects on six decades of teaching.
After 30 years of running from himself, Arthur Hall MA ’22 has finally found a calling as deputy director for Family Supportive Housing in San Jose.
Lawton Young ’22 measures success in life by how engaged he is in his community. Being on the front lines when he can, where he can.
Amana Liddell ’22 always knew she’d be a doctor. But it wasn’t until she got to Santa Clara that she started to wonder what kind of doctor she wanted to be. Through an Ethics in Healthcare class and a Hackworth Fellowship, Amana started to examine the bigger picture in medicine and her role in making it better for all people.
During her sophomore year, Primrose Waranimman ’22 felt unfulfilled and frustrated with her computer science classes, and wondered if she’d picked the right major. A switch to a career in music therapy opened up her world to new possibilities.
Finance major Ross Ney ’22 talks about “maximizing” your time at Santa Clara.
“Coming to Santa Clara was one of the best things that has happened to me.”