Santa Clara was treated to a whirlwind festival of food, music, dancing and art on Sunday, as Global Village fused together elements from the Multicultural Center’s diverse clubs. This year’s theme was “Oh, The Places You’ll Go!”
After Indiana Governor Mike Pence passed a bill on religion that was justifiably met with uproar, I was ready to give up on the future of American politics. Pence’s response to protests, however, has me singing a different tune.
If you’ve ever wondered where to find the indie scene in the South Bay, look no further. Newly remodeled Fuego Lounge will be hosting its grand opening in Santa Clara on Sunday, April 6, featuring local indie musicians.
Twenty-four of the world’s best big wave surfers made a pilgrimage to Half Moon Bay, Calif., where, last Friday, they took on one of the most notorious swells in the world at the Mavericks Invitational.
Photographers Marc Hors and Indira Urrutia finished pedaling from Alaska to Puerto Williams, Chile in 2012. On Tuesday, Jan. 21, Hors and Urrutia presented “Latin America by Bicycle: A Photographic Project” to Santa Clara students and faculty.