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Topic - Santa Clara University
. It is one of 28 member institutions of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities. - Source: Wikipedia
In 1978, the first vintage that Cathy Corison made wine, she could count on one hand the number of women she knew of doing the same kind of work in the cellars of the Napa Valley. Without using all her fingers.
A jury was selected Monday to decide the merits of Apple Inc.'s claims that Samsung Electronics Co.'s smartphones and computer tablets are illegal knockoffs of the iPhone and iPad.
Two tech titans will square off in federal court Monday in a closely watched trial over control of the U.S. smart phone and computer tablet markets.
Santa Clara University and the FBI are investigating who may have hacked into the university's computer system and changed some undergraduate students' grades.
Late comebacks are nothing new for the California Golden Bears.
The changing face of one of Southern California's wealthiest counties helped Democrat Loretta Sanchez win an upset election to Congress 14 years ago, as Latinos arrived as a political force. Now, a rising tide of Vietnamese political clout has her fighting to hang onto her seat.