History & Traditions
Mary Jo (Hull) Ignoffo ’78, 3 Nov 2014
Historian Mary Jo (Hull) Ignoffo ’78 talks about the 1989 UCA massacres in El Salvador and how she helped tell the story of witness Lucía Cerna.
Ron Hansen M.A. ’95, 15 Oct 2014
The murder of six Jesuits and two women in El Salvador in November 1989 marked a turning point in the country’s civil war. What do they have to say to us now?
Leah Gonzalez ’14, 15 Oct 2014
1989: Students and faculty participate in an exchange program with Donetsk State University in eastern Ukraine, members of the Africa Peace Committee visit the Mission Campus, and The Alameda gets rerouted.
SCM, 15 Jun 2014
Poems, pranks, and a prep course in marriage.
Danae Stahlnecker ’15, 26 Sep 2013
Willie Mays and the Giants at Buck Shaw Stadium, a commencement address by Alfred Hitchcock, and the fastest Bronco to complete a 50-mile hike.
Danae Stahlnecker '15 and Sarah Perkins '13, 1 May 2013
A "total environment show," the first female ROTC cadets, and the inaugural SCU Rat Race.
Sam Scott '96, 21 Feb 2013
A statue that's gazed on the Mission Gardens for 130 years gets a much-needed restoration. As layers of paint are peeled away, stories of the past emerge.
Clay Hamilton, 21 Feb 2013
The restoration of a Mission-era painting reveals more than subtle colors and artistic workmanship—it also uncovers a decades-old case of mistaken identity.
Liz Wassmann '13, 21 Feb 2013
A crowd of 41,000 watches Santa Clara beat Louisiana State in the Sugar Bowl. And SCU's student newspaper declares the 83-minute Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs "too long."
Paul Totah '79, 1 Nov 2012
For a century, John J. Montgomery has been given short shrift when it comes to his role as an aviation pioneer. It's time to set things right.