What are the legal ramifications of declaring a campus to be a sanctuary campus? Seattle University Law Professor John McElroy examines the legal and Ignatian arguments in favor of declaring sanctuary campus for immigrants.
What can we do to help our students make stronger arguments in the classroom and in their academic work? Ron DiSanto and Karen Adkins diagnose current issues our students face so that our classrooms can be spaces of truth and justice.
Should we remain neutral in our courses or encourage students towards a certain perspective? Sandra Sullivan-Dunbar suggests that the Gospel helps us in our quest for truth and justice.
In the light of natural disasters caused by climate change, Clint Springer of Saint Joseph's University suggests that Laudato Si' offers our Jesuit colleges and universities a call to decrease environmental impacts.
In the first post of our "Sancturies for Truth and Justice" column, Patrick Howell SJ examines what (negative) impacts President Trump will have on our Jesuit education.
Patrick Howell SJ introduces a continuning blog to invite further conversation about how Jesuit colleges and universities can be sanctuaries for truth and justice.