- This November, Genesis magazine will celebrate 50 years of publication, and the school will offer a commemorative edition for our winter issue, due out January 2015.
- Before that, however, we need to set the record straight and tidy up some loose ends.
- You might think that the many months between 2003 and 2005 would have provided me with enough time to write a complete history of SI.
- You would be wrong. Click here to read more.
- The lost pages from SI's history
- St. Ignatius College in 1857
- How the transatlantic debate shaped SI
- The Sanctuary Society
- Gentleman Jim Corbett's brief encounter with the Jesuits of St. Ignatius College
- PG&E's Frank Drum helped the city regain power after 1906
- Two new theories on the naming of the Shirt Factory.
- Famed Yankee pitcher Dutch Ruether played on the greatest team of all time
- Dick Hyland ’18 gained fame on America's last Olympic rugby team.
- SI's 1930 Diamond Jubilee
- SI math teacher Jim Delaney won silver in '48 London Olympics for shot put
- SI's patriarch of Yours, Mine & Ours
- Founder of FICO, William Fair ’39 brought data analysis to credit scores
- Fred LaCour ’56: A gifted but flawed Bay Area legend
- Remembering Paul Medlin ’63 and the legacy of Vietnam
- After all these years editing Genesis (27 and counting), I shouldn’t be surprised by notes like the one I received from Frank Dunnigan ’70, who recently emailed me photos from his family’s long SI history, one that stretches back to the Shirt Factory campus…. Click here to read more.
- SI's new president and trustees set to lead school
- SI looks to beef up safety with seismic upgrades
- Record numbers join the Father Carlin Heritage Society
- SI alumni work to honor Bishop Gordon Bennett, S.J., former campus minister
- SI thanks those starting and successfully completing the Parent Giving Program
- SI's stars of stage and screen
- English chair Peter Devine recovering after life-threatening auto accident
- SI students receive a host of honors at the Awards Assembly and at graduation
- Christian Service Award recipients work with Bay Area children
- SITV's Eduardo Valencia does Speech & Debate and ALAS
- Lauren Tetrev works with Sources of Strength to fight depression
- Madeleine Barry starts club for students with celiac's disease
- Salutatorian Nasser Al-Rayess brings Muslim perspective to SI
- Multilingual Julia Bonacini has eyes set on U.N.
- Ignatian Award recipient Sarah Armstrong a humble leader as SI's student body president
- Camille Edwards' valedictory asks students to explore further shores
- Loyalty Award recipient Sam Bernstein suits up to show school spirit
- Sarah Mulchand, General Excellence Award recipient, blends art and science
- Live from New York (and Carnegie Hall), it's SI's musicians!
- Sensei Takamatsu leaves SI after 20 years teaching Japanese
- Miss Unlimited pageant lets every girl feel like a winner
- Sean Grant makes his point as one of the world's leading fencers