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Year 2001 Images

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

Emily Ray joins SCU as the new orchestra conductor.
Emily Ray joins SCU as the new orchestra conductor.
<p>Thomas Colohan is the University's new director of choral activities.</p>

Thomas Colohan is the University's new director of choral activities.

Two new conductors join SCU's music faculty

This month, Center of Performing Arts features new faculty in first collaborative concert - Festival of Lights

Former Mercury News editor Rob Elder joins SCU ethics center
Former Mercury News editor Rob Elder joins SCU ethics center

Former Mercury News editor Rob Elder joins SCU ethics center

Markkula Center for Applied Ethics to begin new program on "emerging issues in ethics"

<p>Don Lucas, left, with Leavey School of Business Dean Barry Posner, announcing $15 million gift</p>

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Don Lucas, left, with Leavey School of Business Dean Barry Posner, announcing $15 million gift

Silicon Valley venture capitalist gives $15 million to SCU business school for new building

Gift from Don Lucas will build new home for Leavey School of Business; Donation is largest in business school's history

Deora Bodley, 1981-2001
Deora Bodley, 1981-2001

850 people fill Mission Church today to celebrate the life of Deora Bodley

Family, friends remember SCU junior as loving daughter, caring tutor, best friend

<p>Santa Clara community attends Sept.17 memorial service in Mission Gardens.</p>

Santa Clara community attends Sept.17 memorial service in Mission Gardens.

2,500 SCU students, faculty, staff pray for peace

Mass in Mission Gardens begins week of study, contemplation and memorials

<strong>Deora Bodley, 1981-2001</strong> Memorial Service, 1 p.m., Sept.21, Mission Church, Santa Clara University
Deora Bodley, 1981-2001 Memorial Service, 1 p.m., Sept.21, Mission Church, Santa Clara University

SCU student among plane crash victims, United Airlines Flight 93

Memorial service to be held next week for SCU junior Deora Bodley

<p>Approximately 600 faculty, staff and students gathered in Mission Church for prayer service Tuesday morning.</p>

Approximately 600 faculty, staff and students gathered in Mission Church for prayer service Tuesday morning.

SCU President tells leaders and citizens this is a time for prayers for victims, not for retaliation and vengeance

Law school classes canceled; Convocation moved to Mission Church for community prayer service in response to national tragedy

<p>SCU asst. women's soccer coach Brandi Chastain ('91) is member of WUSA champions Bay Area CyberRays, along with Megan Horvath ('01), Jacqui Little ('00), and Lisa Nañez ('99). Photo by John Todd/CyberRays 2001</p>

SCU asst. women's soccer coach Brandi Chastain ('91) is member of WUSA champions Bay Area CyberRays, along with Megan Horvath ('01), Jacqui Little ('00), and Lisa Nañez ('99). Photo by John Todd/CyberRays 2001

Four SCU soccer alumni are members of WUSA championship team

City of San Jose honors CyberRays Aug.30

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In these dark times of vainglory and unbelief, our Lady of the Ends of the Earth keeps watch.

1914-1927, etching, 21" X 18"

Contributed from Collection of the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri

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"En ces temps noirs de jactance et d'incroyance, Notre-Dame de la Fin des Terres vigilante."

In these dark times of vainglory and unbelief, our Lady of the Ends of the Earth keeps watch.

1914-1927, etching, 21" X 18"

Contributed from Collection of the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri

The de Saisset brings Rouault's "Miserere" to museum goers this fall

Due to popular demand, "The Glacier Priest" returns for another season

<p>Bishop of San Jose addresses graduates at SCU's 150th graduate commencement<br />
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Bishop of San Jose addresses graduates at SCU's 150th graduate commencement

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Bishop of San Jose encourages graduates to take risks

Bishop receives his first honorary degree at SCU's 150th graduate ceremony

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SCU's 150th undergraduate commencement exercises held at Buck Shaw Stadium.

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At SCU's 150th commencement, all eyes are on the future

At undergraduate ceremony Saturday, speakers advise life-long learning, with love and justice

<p>Construction is underway on a new four-story building inside Santa Clara University's Leavey Center</p>

Construction is underway on a new four-story building inside Santa Clara University's Leavey Center

Leavey Center enters second phase of renovation project

For first time in 25 years, all SCU coaches will have offices in Leavey

<p>Former SCU president William J. Rewak will receive an honorary degree at the 150th commencement.</p>

Former SCU president William J. Rewak will receive an honorary degree at the 150th commencement.

150th Commencement June 16-17 at Santa Clara University

Undergraduate ceremony Saturday, graduate ceremonies Sunday at Buck Shaw Stadium

<DIV align=left>Barry Scheck, co-founder of the Innocence Project in New York City, came to the School of Law Feb. 15 to help announce creation at SCU of Northern California Innocence Project. </DIV>
Barry Scheck, co-founder of the Innocence Project in New York City, came to the School of Law Feb. 15 to help announce creation at SCU of Northern California Innocence Project.

Northern California Innocence Project initiated by Santa Clara University

Program to involve law students in legal appeals for people wrongfully accused

<p>Kirk O. Hanson, director of the SCU Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, will write chapter in new book on sexual abuse by priests.</p>

Kirk O. Hanson, director of the SCU Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, will write chapter in new book on sexual abuse by priests.

University names Stanford business school administrator director of Markkula Center for Applied Ethics

Kirk O. Hanson is writer, lecturer, consultant in business ethics

Newly designated cardinal visits SCU for first public speech

Avery Dulles, S.J., first American theologian to be named cardinal, will share thoughts on Pope John Paul II

"Mass in a Volcano Crater": Hubbard and his party begin a day of exploration of the Aniakchak Crater with Mass, in 1931, not long after Aniakchak's eruption. Hubbard began everyday with Mass, no matter where he was. Courtesy of SCU Archives. Berenard R. Hubbard, S.J. , Alaskan Photograph Collection.
The Glacier Priest filming in front of Mendenhall Glacier near Juneau, Alaska, where he returned to offer his Jubilee Mass slogan
The Glacier Priest filming in front of Mendenhall Glacier near Juneau, Alaska, where he returned to offer his Jubilee Mass slogan "Twenty-five years on top of the World," Hubbard was first called The Glacier Priest by his guides in Austria, where he studied theology and mounted weekend expeditions to glaciers in the Tyrolean Alps. Photographer unknown, circa 1950.

SCU celebrates the legacy of Bernard Hubbard, S.J.: Glacier Priest

The de Saisset premiers exhibit with former King Islander guest SCU publishes "The Legacy of the 'Glacier Priest'"

St. Joseph  and Mary side alter figure: Spain, circa 1700; porcelain, ceramic, and pigment with metallic brocade and silk damask; 19 in. high; de Saisset Museum California History Collection. Photo by Scott Hess.
St. Joseph and Mary side alter figure: Spain, circa 1700; porcelain, ceramic, and pigment with metallic brocade and silk damask; 19 in. high; de Saisset Museum California History Collection. Photo by Scott Hess.
Will and Ed McDaniel climb to the summit of a peak on Amaknak Island, in the Aleurian chain, during a layover on the way to their Alaskan gold claim. Photo by unknown companion, 1906, from the McDaniel Family Collection.
Will and Ed McDaniel climb to the summit of a peak on Amaknak Island, in the Aleurian chain, during a layover on the way to their Alaskan gold claim. Photo by unknown companion, 1906, from the McDaniel Family Collection.
"Mass in a Volcano Crater": Hubbard and his party begin a day of exploration of the Aniakchak Crater with Mass, in 1931, not long after Aniakchak's eruption. Hubbard began everyday with Mass, no matter where he was. Courtesy of SCU Archives. Berenard R. Hubbard, S.J. , Alaskan Photograph Collection.
Chasuble; Spain, circa 1700; silk brocade with gold metallic brocade trim; 41 ½ x 27 in. Photos from the de Saisset Museum California History Collection. Photo by Scott Hess.
Chasuble; Spain, circa 1700; silk brocade with gold metallic brocade trim; 41 ½ x 27 in. Photos from the de Saisset Museum California History Collection. Photo by Scott Hess.

The de Saisset Museum opens 2001 with four exhibitions

SCU celebrates its history with the largest vestment collection in California

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