Bronco basketball team gets advice every SCU student can live by.
How Santa Clara University is preparing future teachers for a drastically different classroom.
Former Northern California Innocence Project student and current Fellow Lauryn Bruton-Barbosa J.D. ’20 says finding justice for the wrongfully convicted has been the fulfilling experience of her life.
Empty subways, new mothers battling Covid-19, constant anxiety. Mount Sinai nurse Paulina Flint De Castro ’02 explains how the people of New York City are coping with a health crisis.
Engineering professor Mark Aschheim launched students in key research that underpins new cob building code.
Semi Williams ’20 reflects on the impact of honorary degree recipients Risë Jones Pichon ’73, J.D. ’76 and Joanne Hayes-White ’86—and her path as a Black student at Santa Clara.
Future physician-scientist Alekhya Parvathaneni ’20 is on her way.
David Diebold ’20 looks back on an amazing four years.
Public Health major Hana Seastedt ’20 watches impact of her field unfolding, half a world away.
In a Mercury News Op-Ed, professor of law Evangeline Abriel says the current pandemic illustrates conflicts that can arise between individual rights and the needs of the larger population.
How a far-flung SCU faculty member is rallying distance learning during COVID-19.