Throughout the past century, Santa Clara has produced quite a few world-class athletes who have brought their talents to the Olympic Games. These former Olympians offer a window into a Santa Clara alumnus’ perspective on the games.
Study Abroad began with a Jesuit’s love and passion for travel. Half a century ago, Richard Coz, S.J., formally launched the Study Abroad program at Santa Clara. It began as a small program for 30 to 40 students.
College student vacationers are getting their acts together now that spring break and music festival season are right around the corner. However, there are certain steps students must take in order to book a trip, such as organizing transportation, reserving hotel rooms and splitting up finances.
It was the ultimate sacrifice: a man giving up his life to save someone else’s.
Philip Scholz, a 2001 graduate of Santa Clara, died last Monday, Jan. 20 after being struck by a moving train at the Santa Clara Caltrain station across the street from campus.
Mass discussions facilitated with new technology Sophie Mattson THE SANTA CLARA October 31, 2013 uad, an application created specifically to organize communication for large groups on college campuses, allows up[…]