The Santa Clara

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The Santa Clara
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Type Weekly student newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Santa Clara University
Publisher Santa Clara University Board of Trustees
Editor Sophie Mattson
Language English
Headquarters 500 El Camino Real
Santa Clara CA 95053-3190
United States
Circulation 1,100
Website thesantaclara.org

The Santa Clara is Santa Clara University's weekly student newspaper.[1] It publishes 1,100 free copies every Thursday during the academic year.[2] The newspaper was founded under the same name on February 22, 1922.[3]

The newspaper has received numerous awards for excellence, including the Associated Collegiate Press's Pacemaker prize in 2004 and 1995.[4] The paper's website won the online version of the prize in 2006.[5]

Notable past staffers of The Santa Clara include Dee Dee Myers, President Bill Clinton's press secretary, and former Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano.

2015-2016 Editorial Board[edit]

The Editorial Board consists of the editor in chief and managing editor, all four section editors, as well as the photography, design, and slot editors and changes every academic year. The following is the Editorial Board membership for the 2015-2016 academic year [1]:

Sophie Mattson, Editor in Chief
Gogo Jones, Managing Editor

Nicolas Sonnenburg, News Editor
John Flynn, Scene Editor
Nick Redfield, Sports Editor
Lindsey Mandell, Opinion Editor

Kali Swindell, Slot Editor
Eric Bonilla, Photo Editor
Rachael Vasquez, Design Editor

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