Monday, Jan. 7, 2013
Despite America’s reputation as a melting pot of races and creeds, unease and confusion still seem to be the predominant state of interfaith relations in this country. In an attempt to bridge that gap and promote interreligious respect and understanding, the Ignatian Center is holding a series of a dozen lectures exploring the public significance of sacred texts from diverse contexts and faith traditions.
Thursday, May. 17, 2012
Ten University “Global Social Benefit Fellows” will gain valuable business and social-justice experience conducting field research for social entrepreneurs in far-flung nations this summer.
Friday, Apr. 20, 2012
Santa Clara University President Michael Engh, S.J., gave the invocation on the occasion of the April 19, 2012, groundbreaking for the future Santa Clara, Calif., stadium for the San Francisco 49ers football team.
Thursday, Mar. 8, 2012
The occasion of the 2012 Katharine and George Alexander Law Prize, being awarded to the lead prosecutor against alleged perpetrators of the massacre of six Jesuits and two women 23 years ago in El Salvador, shines a new light on how justice is closer than ever for the martyrs memorialized on SCU's campus.
Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2012
South Korea may be the 15th-largest country in the world by GDP, but it regularly is the largest source of non-U.S students seeking an advanced law degree from Santa Clara University School of Law.