October 2014

  • Santa Clara University Unveils new Bronco Statue Symbolizing New Era at SCU

    A new symbol of Santa Clara University spirit and pride made possible by SCU alumni now greets the Bronco community on the west side of campus. The newly dedicated bronze Bronco stands more than 10 feet off the ground and is a reminder of SCU’s renewed focus on Bronco pride, and building and supporting a national reputation for academic and athletic excellence.

  • Special Exhibit Curated by Santa Clara Art History Students

    Interrupting Entropy: Selections from the Betlach Collection

    Fourteen Santa Clara University art history students have teamed up with San Diego pharmaceutical scientist and art philanthropist Charles Betlach to create a student-curated exhibit "Interrupting Entropy."

  • Santa Clara University Launches Jerry Smith Coaching for Life Academy

    Santa Clara University’s School of Education and Counseling Psychology is launching a new endeavor to promote the importance of developing leadership and life skills featuring one of the most successful coaches in collegiate soccer. The Jerry Smith Coaching for Life Academy (JSCFLA) is SCU’s first sports leadership program and will host its inaugural workshop next week on Thursday, Oct. 9. The Academy’s mission is to help educate and prepare coaches, players, and parents to achieve success in sports and life.