Tom Brady and Bill Belichick’s success has not come without its fair share of controversies over the years, and with the recent “Deflate-gate” findings this week, the league must take a stand and say enough is enough.
Department’s collaboration rooted in faith tradition Mallory Miller THE SANTA CLARA October 3, 2013 ampus Ministry and the Office of Sustainability are inviting students to fully engage in the[…]
Incoming population adds to school’s diversity Naushaba Khan THE SANTA CLARA September 26, 2013 anta Clara has 365 fresh faces from around the world on campus. Over 50 percent[…]
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.
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.