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Year 2000 Images

Listed in reverse chronological order, with links to full-size images (where available) and associated news releases.

Photo by Chuck Berry.
Photo by Chuck Berry.

New-look Leavey Center debut is Wednesday

Broncos host Fresno State in men's basketball in glass-walled Leavey Center, featuring new floor, bleachers, and scoreboard

Sacred Heart Parish and SCU celebrate Our Lady of Guadalupe

Juan Diego Scholarship recipient receives four-year tuition scholarship to SCU

SCU Professors George Giacomini and Gerald McKevitt, S.J. (left) sign their new book, <EM>Serving the Intellect, Touching the Heart</EM>.
SCU Professors George Giacomini and Gerald McKevitt, S.J. (left) sign their new book, Serving the Intellect, Touching the Heart.

SCU announces the release of Serving the Intellect, Touching the Heart: A Portrait of Santa Clara University

Nearly 500, never before published, images trace the University’s long history from 1851-2001

New SCU director of marketing, Susan C. Shea, directs expanded role for marketing and communications

Become 'do-tanks' not just think tanks, college presidents urged

Connecticut College's president shares her model for social change with Jesuit educators at Santa Clara conference

Leon Panetta calls for national community service for young people

Former congressman and SCU alumnus urges Jesuit educators to inspire young people for public service

International Jesuit leader asks U.S. colleges to battle injustice

Peter-Hans Kolvenbach's keynote speech to 900 Jesuit educators in Mission Church is Webcast live worldwide

SCU Convocation opens 150th anniversary year

President Locatelli speaks at 10:30 a.m. in Mayer Theatre

Bay Area students and university researchers find climate indicator in beetles

Santa Clara University, Sonoma State biologists discover enzyme that may offer clues to climate change

Three exhibits open fall season at de Saisset Museum

Paintings from de Saisset permanent collection open 10-month run

One of 58 Objects of the Spirit" by Toby Kahn, on exhibit at the de Saisset Museum Sept. 23 through Dec. 1." style="width:110px;" />
One of 58 "Objects of the Spirit" by Toby Kahn, on exhibit at the de Saisset Museum Sept. 23 through Dec. 1.

Exhibit of Jewish ritual objects opens Sept. 23 at de Saisset Museum

New Yorker Tobi Kahn brings 'Objects of the Spirit' to SCU

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<DIV align=center>New Campus Safety Director Charles Arolla, Class of '68.</DIV>

New Campus Safety Director Charles Arolla, Class of '68.

Santa Clara police chief named new campus safety director

Charles Arolla won't seek re-election in city, takes on new job at Santa Clara University on Jan.2.

Bob Newhart encourages graduates to keep on laughing

Comedian receives honorary degree at 149th undergraduate ceremonies Saturday at Buck Shaw Stadium

Cheryl Levick is new SCU athletic director

Stanford's No.2 sports administrator will be first female AD in WCC

Former White House counsel to speak to law graduates

Abner J. Mikva, retired federal judge and Illinois lawmaker, to receive honorary degree from SCU

Carmody Named Interim Provost

Religious studies professor will assume provost position July 1

Installation of three new bronze statues on front of Santa Clara Mission set for 10 a.m. Thursday, April 13

Statues made from molds of life-size 70-year-old woodcarvings of saints to return to front of historic church at Santa Clara University

Leavey 'Bubble' deflation is 4 p.m. April 4

Ceremony will turn off blowers under air-supported dome; removal makes way for flat roof for new Leavey Event Center

SCU Provost Stephen Privett is new USF president

President Locatelli to appoint interim acting provost to start July 1

New SCU residence hall complex named after prominent Silicon Valley developer and wife

Gift of $4.4 million helps build the John A. and Susan Sobrato Residential Learning Complex

McCain campaign appearance is 'media day' at Santa Clara University

500 attend rally at Malley Center, as millions look on worldwide

WCC tourney returns to Toso Pavilion

March Madness finds men's and women's Broncos on hot streaks; last games ever under Leavey's 'Bubble' March 2-6

SCU satellites riding 'piggyback' around earth

Successful experimental rocket launch puts Stanford "mother satellite" in successful polar orbit, ready to deploy "pico satellites" built at Santa Clara

SCU Arts and Sciences Building wins design award

Magazine names it one of nation's best designs in 1999

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