How does the price of housing where our universities are located affect faculty, staff, students, and especially the established communities? This case study by Rachel Brahinsky explores how University of San Francisco neogtiates pressures due to high prices and gentrification.
Xavier University and the United Way of Cincinatti founded the Community Building Institute (CBI) in 1995. Conversations Magazine features a description and video about the community-led and asset-based social change work CBI does.
October 31st was the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. How might Jesuit colleges and universities capitalize on this anniversary to foster reconciliation and truth in our churches and culture today?
In an interview conducted by Julie Hanlon Rubio, John Padberg, S.J. recounts the history of Saint Louis University and in particular, SLU's role as a sanctuary of truth and justice.
Conversations Magazine editor Ed Schmidt, S.J. describes the term "sanctuary," asking us to ponder what this place set-apart might call us to today.
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.