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LGBTQ+Latinx Issues in Student Affairs | Higher Ed Live

LGBTQ+Latinx Issues in Student Affairs | Higher Ed Live | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
What are the intersectional issues facing LGBTQ+ and Latinx student affairs educators? Joining Student Affairs Live host Heather Shea Gasser for a conversation
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Episode 2 | The changing face of impact investment: Interview with John Kohler, co-founder of Toniic, a global syndication network of impact investors, and Senior Director of Impact Capital at Sant...

Episode 2 | The changing face of impact investment: Interview with John Kohler, co-founder of Toniic, a global syndication network of impact investors, and Senior Director of Impact Capital at Sant... | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
John is a highly experienced former business executive and venture capital investor now focussing on social innovation and impact investing. He is a co-founder of Toniic, a syndication network of impact investors, and Senior Director of Impact Capital at Santa Clara University’s Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship, and he is also a mentor to Social Entrepreneurs at the Center’s accelerato
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This is why — and how — a conservative club was rejected at Santa Clara University

This is why — and how — a conservative club was rejected at Santa Clara University | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
A proposed chapter of Turning Point USA was voted down by the student senate.
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Is it time to separate the news from the Facebook newsfeed? The last thing we need, and the last thing we should want, is a “personalized newspaper.” Social media scholars talk a lot about “context...

Is it time to separate the news from the Facebook newsfeed? The last thing we need, and the last thing we should want, is a “personalized newspaper.” Social media scholars talk a lot about “context... | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
from Pradodesign Is it time to separate the news from the Facebook newsfeed? The last thing we need, and the last thing we should want, is a “personalized newspaper.” Social media scholars talk a lot about “context collapse,” the term that describes what happens when, on a platform like Facebook, users find that they can’t…
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Santa Clara University reverses student vote, OKs conservative group

Santa Clara University reverses student vote, OKs conservative group | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
Santa Clara University rejects students' decision, OK's conservative Turning Point group.
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Cadets discuss history, challenges of ROTC at Stanford

Cadets discuss history, challenges of ROTC at Stanford | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
Three times a week, Nicolas Lozano-Landinez ’18 wakes up at 5 a.m., dons his Army Reserve Office
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Hope and Hopelessness in Trump's America

Hope and Hopelessness in Trump's America | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
Not only does hopelessness feel bad, it’s associated with inaction, making it a recipe for disaster in a democracy. So how do those in the political opposition remain hopeful?
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Trump suggests yanking fed dollars if California's a 'sanctuary'—can he do that? :: Fox&Hounds

Trump suggests yanking fed dollars if California's a 'sanctuary'—can he do that? :: Fox&Hounds | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
The burgeoning political standoff between California and the Trump administration took another step into unprecedented terrain this week when, on a pre-Sup
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Turning Point USA Denied Chapter at California Campus - Breitbart

Turning Point USA Denied Chapter at California Campus - Breitbart | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
The student senate at Santa Clara University rejected Turning Point USA, a conservative non-profit, from receiving official status.
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Teen refugee from Eritrea arrives in San Jose after travel ban delay

Teen refugee from Eritrea arrives in San Jose after travel ban delay | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
Two lives changed Friday, when an Ethiopian refugee girl met her new foster mother Friday at San Jose International Airport.
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5 things you need to know about sanctuary cities

5 things you need to know about sanctuary cities | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
The burgeoning political standoff between California and the Trump administration took another step into unprecedented terrain this week when, on a pre-Super Bowl televised interview, the President denounced California as “out of control”
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Conversations with Women Winemakers in Portugal's New Douro - Grapecollective.com

Conversations with Women Winemakers in Portugal's New Douro - Grapecollective.com | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
Lucia Albino Gilbert and John C. Gilbert on the impressive women winemakers of Portugal's new Douro.
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Why Is No One Talking About The 2 Indian Tabla Players Who Bagged The Grammys This Year?

Why Is No One Talking About The 2 Indian Tabla Players Who Bagged The Grammys This Year? | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
Making India proud!
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Judge Sides With Warriors In Battle Over 'Eavesdropping' App

Judge Sides With Warriors In Battle Over 'Eavesdropping' App | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
Judge Sides With Warriors In Battle Over 'Eavesdropping' App - 02/14/2017
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Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship 20th Anniversary, with Thane Kreiner

Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship 20th Anniversary, with Thane Kreiner | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
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Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship 20th Anniversary, with Thane Kreiner

Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship 20th Anniversary, with Thane Kreiner | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
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Indicators of Trust in the News - The Trust Project - Programs - Journalism Ethics - Focus Areas - Markkula Center for Applied Ethics - Santa Clara University

Indicators of Trust in the News - The Trust Project - Programs - Journalism Ethics - Focus Areas - Markkula Center for Applied Ethics - Santa Clara University | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
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Santa Clara University to add Turning Point chapter, upsetting some students

Santa Clara University to add Turning Point chapter, upsetting some students | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
A Santa Clara University school administrator overturned a recent vote by the school's student Senate, paving the way for a conservative group known as Turning Point to establish a chapter on campus.
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Fired, banned, censored: Campuses are worst place to be a conservative

Fired, banned, censored: Campuses are worst place to be a conservative | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
One student at the University of Minnesota lost her job because her performance review showed that she “failed to adequately promote social justice principles.”
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Financing SocEnt Recap 1: Align Capital & Values | Echoing Green

Financing SocEnt Recap 1: Align Capital & Values | Echoing Green | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
2016 Echoing Green Fellow Bessie Schwarz, co-founder of Cloud to Street, during a site visit discussion at the 2016 All Fellows Conference.
At Echoing Green we know that early-stage social entrepreneurs need subsidized financial runway to innovate and learn. We have also learned how critical it is for investors and investees to spend more time talking to each other. That's why we're excited to share lessons, advice, and guidance from the new podcast from Fergal Byrne, Financing Social Entrepreneurs, which features experts and leaders within the impact investing field. Read on for top takeaways from the podcast's first three episodes.
“I'm highly encouraged by the increased interest from the next generation of investors to better align their capital with their values.” - Scott Wu, Omidyar Network
For Scott Wu, the new approaches to finance that are emerging, including repayable debt instruments and social impact bonds, bring exciting opportunity. As a partner of Omidyar Network, Scott drives the evaluation, selection, and closing of all investments and manages the firm’s overall investment portfolio. Listen to this episode to hear what key questions Scott urges social entrepreneurs to ask as the social investment field continues to change.
"A simple question I like to ask or present to entrepreneurs is, 'Does the promise that you feel you need to make to your prospective investor one that your business model allows you to keep?'” - John Kohler, Toniic
John Kohler is a co-founder of Toniic and senior director of impact capital at Santa Clara University’s Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship. John lends his advice to social entrepreneurs at the Center's accelerator programs, including how social entreprenerus can overcome the financial "valley of death" while staying true to both investment and business needs. Tune in to this episode to hear more.
"I believe, fundamentally, if we put grant money into an idea that manages to create real impact in the lives of the poor while scaling up via the market, that's a home run.” - Kevin Starr, Mulago Foundation
Kevin Starr directs the Mulago Foundation, a private foundation that funds early-stage social entrepreneurs devoted to tackling poverty at maximum impact at scale. Hear from Kevin as he reminds social entrepreneurs to keep impact at the forefront, and what his thoughts are on using for-profit business models for solutions toward ending poverty.
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Wegmans soars, Wells Fargo plummets in reputation

Wegmans soars, Wells Fargo plummets in reputation | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
Wegmans can't go wrong with the public. Johnson & Johnson appears to have recovered from missteps. Wells Fargo? Well, let's see how it goes next year.
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Five things to know about “sanctuary status”

Five things to know about “sanctuary status” | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
The burgeoning political standoff between California and the Trump administration took another step into unprecedented terrain this past week when, in a pre-Super Bowl televised interview, the president denounced California
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Eritrean Orphan, Nearly Banned, Meets Foster Mother At San Jose Airport

Eritrean Orphan, Nearly Banned, Meets Foster Mother At San Jose Airport | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
The girl's foster mother is a sociologist who lives in Berkeley and teaches at Santa Clara University.
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Opinio Juris » Blog Archive Symposium: The Death of Treaty Supremacy-An Invisible Constitutional Change - Opinio Juris

Opinio Juris » Blog Archive Symposium: The Death of Treaty Supremacy-An Invisible Constitutional Change - Opinio Juris | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
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by Jessica Dorsey This week, we are hosting a symposium on The Death of Treaty Supremacy: An Invisible Constitutional Change the latest book from David Sloss, Professor of Law at Santa Clara University. The book was published last fall by Oxford University Press and the American Society of International Law recently selected the book to receive the 2017 Certificate […]
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We Don’t Need Planned Parenthood Tour Week One Wrap-Up

We Don’t Need Planned Parenthood Tour Week One Wrap-Up | Santa Clara University | Scoop.it
We launched our spring tour this past week, the We Don’t Need Planned Parenthood tour, which is exactly what the name states – educating students as to why we really don’t need Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion vendor, and telling them about much better options available for …
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Illegal Beings: Human Clones and the Law [Repost]

Kerry Lynn Macintosh - Illegal Beings: Human Clones and the LawPublished: 2005-08-01 | ISBN: 0521853281 | PDF | 286 pages | 1.16 MB
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