Santa Clara women’s soccer (13-5-2) made the NCAA tournament for the twenty-fifth time in program history this week and is slated for a first-round matchup against Long Beach State University (12-6-3) this Saturday.
A wrongfully convicted man who served nearly 15 years of his life in a cold, concrete California prison cell is now walking the streets a free man — all because of work done by Santa Clara’s own lawyers and law students.
Bieber became enviable as Youtube’s first bonafide star, flipping some pre-pubescent covers into a spot under Usher’s cologned, leather wing. His seven-song debut EP, “My World” went platinum. All seven songs charted. No other musician has done that on their first try.
Income inequality is at a higher level now than during the Great Depression. So during Santa Clara’s production of Clifford Odet’s 1935 play, “Awake and Sing!,” audiences can find striking similarities between themselves and a struggling three-generation Jewish American family in the 1930s Bronx.
Historically, “hapa” referred to someone who was half-white and half-Pacific Islander, though these days it simply means “biracial.” Martinez herself is hapa (half-Mexican, half-Filipino) and soon after learning the word, Martinez came up with the title of her play “Hapa Cup of Sugar,” which is a reflection of Marissa’s experiences growing up biracial in the Bay Area.
Concerned students were hard pressed to find seating on Monday night as they filled the Graham Residence Hall commons to engage with university administrators in a frank discussion about diversity at Santa Clara. Unity 4, a student activist group dedicated to bringing racial and sexual identity discrimination to the forefront of campus conversation, hosted the event.
A storm has come, and Santa Clarans have reason to fear. Precepitation in the upcoming months is expected to be colossal. The Santa Clara community received a powerfully-worded cautionary email on Oct. 27 from David Burns, director of Emergency Planning about the impending likelihood of intense flooding and rolling blackouts due to the El Niño storm.