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HIS HOLINESS THE DALAI LAMA TO VISIT SCU
Dalai Lama

The Dalai Lama: Business, Ethics, and Compassion

Religious Studies Professor David Gray discusses teachings on ethics, compassion, and business ahead of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s visit to the Mission Campus.

ALUMNI NEWS
BroncoLegends   Father Engh

Honoring Legends

At our annual Pasta Feed and Bronco Legends Night, we will celebrate the 50th anniversary of women’s athletics at Santa Clara by honoring all of our alumnae in the Athletic Hall of Fame. Join us to recognize these 19 women whose accomplishments span 30 years and six major sports, and share your photos of SCU women in sports.

 

President's Message

Father Michael Engh highlights a recent $12M gift from Ed Dowd '72 for the new art and art history building and recognizes collectively the many donors who give gifts for $100 or less, noting every gift matters to Santa Clara's success. He also offers insight into his Feb. 19 State of the University address, which will be streamed live on the SCU homepage. Read his full message »

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SeanBobbitt

And the Winner is...

Sean Bobbitt ’80, the cinematographer for the Academy Award nominated movie "12 Years a Slave" studied humanities and television directing during his time at SCU. Read more from The Guardian »

NSCP

Congratulate Future Broncos

Volunteers of the New Student Calling Program reach out to 10 to 15 recently admitted students and congratulate them on their acceptance to SCU. A small amount of your time can make a big difference. Join today »

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Candlestick Park   Tibetan Buddhism

Closing the Cave of the Winds

It wasn’t a beauty but it was all right—author Khaled Hosseini ’88 offers a heartfelt ode to the end of the 49ers’ Candlestick Park.

 

Finding Awakening in All Things

Ignatian spirituality and Tibetan Buddhism are distinct traditions but their core teachings reveal a spiritual kinship, says scholar Thomas Cattoi.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

February

FRIDAY

7

Alumni Association: First Friday Mass and Lunch

12:05 PM | MISSION CHURCH & DONOHOE ALUMNI HOUSE

Enjoy noon Mass followed by a friendly, informal lunch.

RSVP
 

SATURDAY

8

San Diego: SCU vs. USD Men's Basketball Game & Pregame Reception

5 PM | MR. PEABODY'S & USD CAMPUS

Join fellow alumni in cheering on our Broncos!

RSVP
 

SATURDAY

15

Alumni Association: Pasta Feed and Bronco Legends Night

6 PM | MALLEY CENTER

Join us in honoring SCU Hall of Fame female athletes.

RSVP
 

TUESDAY

18

Alumni Speaker Series: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Study Abroad

7 PM | DONOHOE ALUMNI HOUSE

Learn about Umbrian cuisine from Anne Robichaud '70.

RSVP
 

Visit the Alumni Online Event Calendar
for additional regional, AFO, and association events.

UNIVERSITY NEWS
Eco-Fashion

"Reduce, Reuse, ReIMAGINE.”

The Center for Sustainability and the de Saisset Museum recently hosted the 4th Annual Eco-Fashion & Art Show, where students, faculty and staff were challenged to create designs using “waste” materials and repurpose them as wearable items for the runway. Check out photos »

ThrivingNeighbors

Thriving Neighbors

Last fall, over 40 students participated in the Thriving Neighbors Academic Enrichment Program at Washington Elementary, an after-school program operated by SCU staff and students that enhances the academic experience of high-achieving students. The program continues this quarter with 30 more students. Learn more »

GeorgeWilliams

Being a Minister in the Darkest Place on Earth

George Willliams, S.J., from SCU's Jesuit School of Theology describes the challenging work of being a chaplain to San Quentin death-row inmates. Read his blog post »

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Join the Broncos in Vegas!

Watch our Bronco basketball teams compete for the WCC Basketball Championship! Call 408-554-4660 for tickets. While there, join us to watch Leslie Osborne '05 be inducted into the WCC Hall of Honor. Read the press release and check out the full list of inductees »

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