Educating students about the issues of hunger and poverty and explaining how these impact the daily lives of many people are the two main goals of Santa Clara’s new club – Bridging the Gap: Alleviating Poverty. This week, BTGAP joined the Food and Agribusiness Institute to host Hunger Week.
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Women are now the majority of college graduates and, by some estimates, are responsible for 80 percent of U.S. spending. Yet despite this economic power, women are treated terribly as members of the working community.
UWire Article discusses how students in this day and age have found other, sometimes illicit, approaches to obtaining textbooks.
Amidst the stress and monotony of finals, students can find a perfect opportunity to take a break from their studies and let loose: SCU Presents’ rendition of the 1984 classic, “Footloose.”
Sir Alex Ferguson stepped down as manager of Manchester United, one of England’s most successful soccer clubs in the sport’s history.
The Genesis Film Festival, a highly anticipated event, is coming up, and will present student efforts. This annual festival was started four years ago by several communication professors on campus as a way to proudly display the work of their students.
Step back into the past and visit ancient China at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco. The Asian Art Museum is currently hosting one of China’s most extraordinary archeological finds – the terracotta warriors.
Star Trek Physics Course Offered “I can’t change the laws of physics. I’ve got to have 30 minutes,” says Scotty, the Scottish engineer in the Star Trek movie franchise. Although[…]
This passionate and captivating rendition of Ntozake Shange’s “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf” dives into a new world of theater, both in content and structure, with 20 enthralling poems integrated with choreography.