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Martin Luther King Celebration

The University’s annual MLK luncheon and keynote lecture, occurring Wednesday, February 1, which will feature poet and civil rights activist Nikki Giovanni.  Giovanni has spent her life as a voice for civil rights and equality — issues that resonate with members of the Loyola community who take the University’s mission to heart. In her appearances […]

Dalai Lama coming to Loyola

As we move into the new semester, we wanted to remind you that on April 26, 2012, His Holiness the Dalai Lama will return to Chicago.  Loyola University Chicago will serve as the host site for his visit.  The University is planning a special afternoon program for Loyola students, faculty, staff, and alumni (alums will pay a nominal fee) that […]

Comfort, Challenge, and the Good Life

Fr. Brett Hoover, CSP will speak on Comfort, Challenge, and the Good Life, and sign copies of his new book Comfort, An Atlas of the Body and Soul, Monday, November 14, 2011 at 7pm in Regents Hall, 16th floor of Lewis Towers. This event is free and open to the public.

DIAS DE LOS MUERTOS

DIAS DE LOS MUERTOS

Thank you, Jewell Gregory, for setting up the Day of the Dead altar in the IPS Lounge!

Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday. The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died. It is particularly celebrated in Mexico, where it attains […]

Housing as a Justice Issue

from Susan Rans, MA Social Justice Community Development Graduate Program Director 

     No matter which direction you turn these days, the issue of housing appears.  The struggling economy?  Collapse of the housing bubble and its questionable finances.  Neighborhood decline?  Mortgage foreclosures and their impact.  Unemployment? About one fifth of jobs are related to housing.  Homelessness?  See […]

An Appeal for Border Justice

One of my proudest moments at IPS (not that I had anything to do with it!) was when 3 IPS students formed the White Rose Catholic Worker House a couple of years ago.  Their community has grown, and their commitment to living and teaching Social Justice has been without boundaries.  As a matter of fact, they are looking for […]