January is Poverty Awareness Month. Poverty in this case indicates a degree of deficiency in economic resources; in other words, […]
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Stacy Neier, Senior Lecturer with Quinlan School of Business, Department of Marketing, on Social Justice and Social Media during Ignatian […]
This week, Loyola University spends time addressing the issue of hunger. In a forty year tradition, the university offers opportunities […]
Dale Tampke, Assistant Provost for Student Academic Services, reflects on four key aspects of social justice.
It is daunting to think […]
Sadika Sulaiman Hara, Director of the Department of Student Diversity and Multicultural Affairs, offers her insight on the issues of […]
Jennifer Clark, Associate Vice President of Campus and Community Planning, discusses how social justice informs her work with Loyola’s neighbors.
Loyola received the Moral Courage Award for becoming the first medical school in the nation to accept undocumented students.
Law professor Anita Weinberg shares her thoughts on the need for holistic approaches to supporting children and families.
Loyola alum Kevin Le shares one woman’s story of how fair trade can truly change people’s lives.