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3-Point Thursday

  • Adventure Awaits: If you could swap this life for a different one, like exchanging books at the library, would you? Delve into Matt Haig's latest novel, "The Midnight Library," with the Alumni Book Club and follow protagonist Nora Seed on an endless journey of possibilities.

  • Raising Resilient Kids: In her latest book, "Thrivers," educational psychologist Michele Borba ’72, M.A. ’75 identifies seven skills that help kids bounce back from adversity—and shine. Catch her recent appearances on the "Today" show, "The Doctors," and "Dr. Phil" to learn more about how you can cultivate these superpowers in your kids. And, stay tuned for a Bronco Experts event featuring Borba in June 2021.
  • The Quintessential Calculus Professor: After 56 years of educating the hearts and mathematical minds of Santa Clara students, Professor Leonard Klosinski ’61—SCU's fourth-longest serving faculty member—closed the book on teaching. Read his story to learn more about the impact this octogenarian has had on campus.

Go Broncos!

P.S. Remember to register for our event on Easter cupcake decorating by March 17 in order to receive your cupcake kit in time.

Be sure to visit our Virtual Resources page frequently to keep up-to-date on ways you can stay connected to your Bronco family.

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