Quinlan School of Business dean Kathleen Getz reflects on Pacem in Terris and the opportunities for peace through commerce and enterprise.
Archive for September, 2013
Loyola alum Connie Johnson shares her story of becoming her more authentic self while completing program requirements this summer in Kenya.
Joshua Adams shares frustrations about outsiders’ views on race and gun violence in Chicago in an Ebony magazine editorial.
New report from the United Nations demands an agricultural paradigm shift towards small-scale farmers and local food production.
A small group of business owners are fighting plans by the CTA to make public transit more effective.
Dr. Valerie Bridgeman to give the 2013 Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr. Lecture for the Seminary Consortium for Urban Pastoral Education (SCUPE) on September 20th at Trinity United Church of Christ.
A graduate student shares a poem in tribute of one of her students who was killed last month in a gang-related shooting in McKinley Park.
Please join the Center for the Human Rights of Children and the Provost Office for Social Justice at Loyola University Chicago for our upcoming Fall Film Series. We are collaborating with several student organizations including Free the Slaves, the Latin American Student Organization, and Invisible Conflicts to bring two very powerful and important films to our campus this Fall!
What “counts” when it comes to activism? Is there a minimum level of engagement that needs to take place before you can legitimately say you did something to help a cause? And if so, should signing an online petition count?