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.
Seattle University student Eric Kennedy writes about his research investigating how the Stillaguamish River has changed over time to shed light on the Oso landslide of 2014.
Saint Louis University student Theresa Martin reflects on how we might reflect on personal and institutional futhering of exploitation with concerete commtiments we can all take.
As active members of the Sustainability Committee at Regis, we create programs that implement sustainability practices. This academic year we have worked with our cafeteria vender to decrease the amount of food waste
I went away to college grudgingly. I had graduated from a small high school in a town with one stoplight, and I had plans to attend the community college before transferring (if I had to).
The crowning athletic achievements of my life are two silver medals from my only season on the freshman wrestling team at St. Louis University High School.
As a young Catholic living in a markedly secularized and materialistic society, it is sometimes a struggle to express or even to remember my spiritual identity.