Students are crucial to the conversation. Here we feature their reflections about their Jesuit education. Students are welcomed to offer short articles (500 words) or comments for possible publication.
Our students notice when we don’t live up to our espoused values of social justice. How might they challenge us to be more authentically Jesuit colleges and universities today?
Mia Zanaboni, recent graduate of Rockhurst University, explains how starting a chapter of Active Minds at Rockhurst has broke the silence of mental illness on campus.
Which values do we stand for at our Jesuit colleges and universities?
In a tense political climate, College of the Holy Cross student Billy Ford created a new journal to debate and discuss diverse political viewpoints.
Especially in this political climate, how do our Muslim students find a space of safety, freedom, and community in our Jesuit colleges and universities?
Recent almunus of Boston College Miranda Richard reflects on her community engagement and service experiences during college to ask what it might make all truly become "us."
Georgetown University student Amelia Irvine highlights the often unrecognized challenges to being pro-life at Jesuit colleges and universities.
With the change in Administration, 2017 Georgetown Alumnus Bethan Saunders asks how she might continue to serve her community - now in a new way.
Kansas City native and Rockhurst University senior Jodie Foster writes about how her own reality has been thrown into question since the 2016 Presidential Election.
Junior Adrian Parker reflects on the challenge of having difficult conversations and the need for this evasive culture to change.