Students and faculty turn to the library archives to tackle the continued fight for gender equality, 19th Century “Fake News,” and the case for Frankenstein in the canon.
Former Nevada governor and senator Paul Laxalt ’44 passed away at 96. Known as “First Friend” to Republican President Ronald Reagan, Laxalt spent four decades in public service.
Chris was too young to die. But not to save five lives.
Thirty episodes in, Gavin Cosgrave ’20 reflects on his personal takeaways from hosting the Voices of Santa Clara podcast.
Theatre arts major Lee Harrold ’19 gears up to take the stage, both literally and virtually.
Studio art student Bevin McCullough ’19 takes her passion to the Palo Alto Art Center, thanks to REAL Program
K.J. Feagin ’19 and the Broncos will play four games against teams from the Pac-12 Conference including Cal, Washington State, Washington and USC.
Forbes highlights the trail blazed by Aly Wagner ’03 and other women broadcasters in the world of soccer.
The groundbreaking actor and singer from film and stage will start his residency at Santa Clara University this fall.
In an op-ed for the Silicon Valley Business Journal, Howard Charney MBA ’73, J.D. ’77, Dean Lisa Kloppenberg, and Rupa Bhandari discuss the problem-solving mentality that’s in demand.