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  • Tough Choices in Public Health

    Pair students with leaders in public health. Then ask them to solve tough ethical questions. What do you get? Better answers for all of us.

  • The Producer

    The classic Hollywood route to producing movies: Come from money, with family connections. Pouya Shahbazian J.D. ’03 had neither. But he had drive—and some pretty sharp filmmaking instincts.

  • Stronger Than Ever

    Emily Wolph ’19 dishes with NCAA.com’s Andy Katz on what it’s like to come back from a pair of major knee surgeries.

  • Don’t Hold Back

    Francis Ford Coppola urges young SCU filmmakers to aim high—right away. The legendary director was the featured guest at the Vari Symposium.

  • If These Walls Could Talk

    Tracing time and stories through recycled office furniture at the new home of engineering in Heafey Hall.

  • Professors Have It, Too

    College can be taxing on your mental health, says SCU Communication Assistant Professor Chan Thai. Talking about it can help.

  • Shelter from the Storm

    Care for the whole person means giving opportunities for students to flourish. It also means providing help when it’s needed—including with mental health. A conversation with Vice Provost for Student Life Jeanne Rosenberger.

  • Bulldoze Broadcast

    To make way for our new STEM campus, the Thomas J. Bannan Engineering Building, Bannan Hall, and the Bannan Engineering Labs are coming down in the heart of campus. Catch the live stream.

  • Glass Class

    The tech is simple, but the result can be dazzling. Tanya Chiykowski-Rathke explains how Learning Glass makes lectures more engaging.

  • Robots to Heal You—From Inside

    It’s the stuff of sci-fi dreams: tiny, self-propelling robots that whiz painlessly through the body to detect illness. In mechanical engineering, On Shun Pak is part of a team that’s received a $2 million grant to make them reality.

  • Show Off SCU at Family Weekend 2019

    Share your favorite things about being a Bronco with your parents at Santa Clara's annual Family Weekend, kicking off this Friday, February 22. Learn more about the full schedule of activities planned for family and friends.

  • Passports Out of Poverty

    Miller Center led a field trip in East Africa, en route to helping dozens of Catholic Sisters turn ministries into social entrepreneurial ventures.

  • Bill Duffy Named 2019 Bronco Legend

    Veteran sports agent William “Bill” Duffy ’82, who's repped NBA all-stars like Steve Nash and Yao Ming, talks about what fuels his passion and reflects on his time at Santa Clara.

  • This Land Is ‘There’ Land

    Tommy Orange’s There There is SCU’s Winter 2018 Book of the Quarter—a novel at once a furious rebuke and a soothing affirmation of modern Native American experiences. Orange visited campus for a reading on March 7.

  • Story at Heart

    People learn from stories, which makes telling them to young people harder than it seems. Children’s authors Taye Diggs, Francisco Jimenez ’66, and Tim Myers came together to discuss the impact of their work.

  • Santa Clara Graduate Programs Climb in U.S. News Rankings

    Santa Clara University’s graduate-level programs in technology and international law; entrepreneurship; finance; and marketing earned strong votes of confidence in the 2020 U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools rankings.

  • ‘You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet’

    Leading tech journalist Kara Swisher visited with the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics to share the trends to watch in tech and ethics. At the top of the list? AI, Robotics, and privacy, to name a few.