The Ignatian Witness to Truth in a Climate of Injustice
By Bryan N. Massingale
Jesuit Colleges and University Continue to Work to Make Campuses More Diverse
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In a time when Tweets dominate our social imaginary, Laurie Ann Britt-Smith suggests that the terms eloquentia perfecta and accompaniment are more important than ever.
How can Jesuit colleges and universities offer engaged research that challenges academic journals? George Villanueva of Loyola University Chicago provides examples from his own research.
Howard Gray, SJ, considers current experiences of exclusion and welcome, and asks what a Jesuit college or university might offer in the tradition of "sanctuary."
Chair of the Seminar Patrick Howell SJ introduces the 52nd volume of Conversations Magazine, highlighting the importance of sanctuary historically and today.
Nicholas D. Swicki, alumnus of Fordham University, recounts the history of the University during the year of its 175th anniversary.
Edward W. Schmidt, S.J., remembers Fr. Kolvenbach's life, especially in connection to our 28 Jesuit colleges and universities.
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