Students and faculty at Santa Clara University took time to celebrate those who are the first in their families to attend a four-year college or university.
On November 9, 1989, East Germany opened its borders, allowing East and West German citizens to travel freely between the two countries. Political Science Professor Jane Curry joined CBSN's Tanya Rivero for a closer look at that iconic event in history.
Students in Professor Takeshi Moro’s ELSJ course used digital media arts to document the stories of Japanese Americans incarcerated during World War II.
Research by marketing Professor Kirthi Kalyanam helped big-box stores find a new trick to stay competitive.
How do graduate students trained at Santa Clara’s Jesuit School of Theology practice and understand “real life” religion? They dabble in sociology.
SCU law school’s Second Chances Empathy Hackathon produces ready-to-deploy tech such as a web app that plots out how to obtain ID for those just released from prison.
A swim. A murder. And a case with a decades-long legacy that kept the wrongfully convicted from winning their freedom.
Frank Sinatra Chair in the Performing Arts enthralls, educates SCU audience
Santa Clara University inaugurates Kevin O’Brien, S.J., its 29th President.
As part of Inauguration Week festivities, the Markkula Center hosted a panel discussion on the context of asylum seekers and family separations that continue to occur at U.S. borders.