Incoming first-year students created art and made new friends during a recent Bob Ross themed paint-along. The meet-up is one of dozens of online activities organized through Bronco Exchange this summer.
Finding Affirmation and Meaning (F.A.M) links students, faculty, staff, and alumni of color for meetings and one-on-one mentorship.
The summer Olympics are back and Jack Benjamin ’18 will be on the call for NBC Sports.
Founded 10 years ago, the Rainbow Resource Center provides a safe, loving space for LGBTQ+ students on campus.
Math major Alissa LaFerriere ’21 works on University-led innovation that helps dancers to remember their steps.
New endeavor will invest specifically in Santa Clara University-affiliated startups.
Award winner offers tips on writing for oneself, and “SCU in Quarantine” project.
The Cowell Center is marking Mental Health Awareness Month with expanded services for students and a series of events, including a student film detailing the stress of being undocumented.
Series of missed cuts, tough breaks, injury, leads ballplayer on a journey to return to Santa Clara.
ASG Vice President Ann Codiga ’21 said she felt “like an ant” at her first college. Transferring to Santa Clara changed that, and prepared her for law school.
Bronco Exchange Gives Prospective Students a Place for “Honest, Genuine Conversations” About Life at Santa Clara