Feature Contributors

 

MICK LASALLE

(“Sisters act”) is the film critic for the San Francisco Chronicle. This is his first contribution to this magazine.


 

JEFF GIRE

(“Remembrance of things Graham”) is a University writer/editor. He’s new around here, and this is his first feature for SCM. His favorite font is Comic Sans.


 

JOHN DEEVER

(“Change the world”) most recently covered the Northern California Innocence Project for this magazine. He served in the Peace Corps in Ukraine 1993–95 and is author of the memoir of that experience, Singing on the Heavy Side of the World.


 

STEVEN BOYD SAUM

(“Change the world,” “How can you defend those people?”) is the editor of this magazine.


 

DIANE DREHER

(“21st-century miracles”) is professor of English at SCU and author of, most recently, Your Personal Renaissance.


 

SARAH STANEK

(“Those who can”) has written profiles, news, and features for SCM over the years, including a piece on the MySpace Nun.


 

KHALED HOSSEINI ’88

(AfterWords: “The promise of this day”) is a doctor, U.N. Goodwill Ambassador, and author of the novels The Kite Runner and A Thousand Splendid Suns. This AfterWords is adapted from his commencement address to 2011 graduates.



Fall 2011

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Features

Change the world

The U.S. Peace Corps turned 50 this year, with more than 340 Santa Clara grads (and faculty and staff) having served as volunteers.

How can you defend those people?

Public defenders in the Homicide Task Force in Chicago have some answers about representing accused murderers.

Mission Matters

Welcome home, Fr. Rewak

SCU's poet-president returns to the Mission Campus as chancellor.

Putting cleantech on the map

The Center for Science, Technology, and Society tracks where off-the-grid solutions are lighting the way.

Bronco Profile

Tradition Shattered

Fifty years ago, Santa Clara admitted the first class of women into its undergraduate program. Gerri Beasley '65 shares some memories.

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