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18 - Change the world. Or at least how you see it. EditEd by John Deever and Steven Boyd Saum. The U.S. Peace Corps turned 50 this year, with more than 340 Santa Clara grads (and faculty and staff) having served as volunteers over the years. A few of them recount their time in-country-and where it's taken them. 26 - How can you defend those people? by Steven Boyd Saum. Public defenders on the Homicide Task Force in Chicago have heard that question time and again. Between them, Robert Strunck '76 and Crystal Marchigiani '78 have some 40 years on the task force, representing accused murderers-many of whom faced the death penalty. And they have a few answers. 31 - Band of sisters Celebrating 50 years of women at Santa Clara: In autumn 1961, a small, brave vanguard of women enrolled at Santa Clara as undergrads. And the University would never be the same. Tradition shattered: Gerri Beasley '65 and a few classmates share their stories of arriving on the Mission Campus. Remembrance of things Graham: by Jeff Gire. The first residence hall built for women, the Graham Residence Complex boasted a gate that was locked at night, a pool, the Pipestage Club, and bounteous hijinks over the years.

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Fall 2011


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Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 53, Number 2, Fall 2011



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