FROM LOYOLA
Pamela Caughie

Teaching For Social Justice

For me, social justice isn’t a concept, something we teach; it’s a practice, something we do. When a student like […]

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STUDENT VOICES
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A Season of Magis

At Loyola, we’re surrounded by magis—the Jesuit idea of doing, being, and achieving more—especially at Christmas.

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IN CHICAGO
THE MEN PROUDLY proclaim their mission—from Englewood to Flint, Michigan.
Englewood to Flint mission to provide supplies is rousing success

“Englewood is plagued with many challenges, such as crime, poverty and joblessness, but although we face these issues, we are […]

Linda, who crochets hats and other items from her tent beneath the Wilson Avenue viaduct on Lake Shore Drive, is skeptical about the cityÕs promise to find her housing. ÒI aint gonna hold my breath,Ó she said. | Mark Brown/Sun-Times
Brown: City promises housing for homeless living in tent camps

“Patterned after a “housing first” model that has shown promise in other cities, Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s administration is aiming to […]

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AND BEYOND
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“They tried to bury us, but they didn’t know we were seeds.”

Daron Babcock moved into the neighborhood to address the issues of the food desert. He built a garden, and invited […]

Tess Asplund, who was photographed with fist raised in lone protest against far-right activists, says she acted on impulse
Woman who defied 300 neo-Nazis at Swedish rally speaks of anger

“It was an impulse. I was so angry, I just went out into the street,” Asplund told the Guardian. “I […]

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