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  • Santa Clara University unveils a new interactive memorial at the de Saisset Museum honoring the 7,612 indigenous people who died at Mission Santa Clara.

  • The Native American Coalition for Change at Santa Clara celebrates Native American Heritage Month by assembling and donating hygiene kits for those in need.

  • U.S. Marine Corps veteran and first-generation college student Keanu Spindola ’24 uses his leadership experience to advocate for more student veteran resources on campus.

  • Last year, Nicholas Truong ’24 and student organization Recipes for Relief prepared more than 40 home-cooked meals at the JW House near Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara.

  • From couch surfing to college graduate, Leandra Couto ’23 discusses her path as a first-generation student at Santa Clara.

  • LEAD Scholar Saron Weldemariam ’26 shares her journey as a first-generation immigrant from Eritrea to Santa Clara University.

  • How Jaden Raymundo ’24 found his way from the Leavey School of Business to the world premiere of “Barbie.”

  • At SCU, Lindsay Halladay’s neuroscience lab is uncovering the link between early-life stress and life-long mental disorders.

  • Santa Clara hosts its second annual Mission Week from Oct. 21-28, which includes service projects and a fireside chat about diversity, equity, and inclusion on Oct. 23.

  • Co-President Giselle Aviles ’25 says the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers offered her mentorship and community.

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