A student editorial critiques the social structure of on-campus governance and it’s ability to pursue justice.
Archive for the ‘Student Voices’ Category
The Phoenix covers the debate over locally produced and fairly traded coffee versus a leading major brand on campus, as […]
Rachel Kelso (’17), Hunger Week Team Member, Loyola 4 Chicago Leader, and ISN Media Team Member.
As a Loyola student, I […]
Mary Buttita (’14), a graduating senior in Economics and Urban Agriculture Intern, reflects on the influence of Loyola’s intentional community […]
Midwest Academy intern and international studies major Carolina Escobar, ’15, writes about the importance of community involvement to social justice.
David S. Lewis, Student Community Board member, reflects on the importance of justice in conflict resolution.
Often when people hear the […]
Maddie Mehall writes about her Alternative Break Immersion
Upon walking into Las Americas, an Immigrant Advocacy Center in El Paso, Texas, […]
We are young. We are growing and developing. Our minds are not yet fully formed. We are students. And lastly, […]
Dominic Cioli looks back on three of this year’s biggest social justice issues on campus: divestment, crime prevention, and same-sex marriage.
Shanna Johnson explains why students in Chicago should care about allegations of police brutality in Albuquerque, NM.