I talk differently about my students than I do with my students and I don’t like that.
All posts by Steve Nicholson, SJ
Born and raised in the suburbs of Boston, MA, Steve joined the Jesuits in 2011 after attending college at MIT, serving as a Jesuit Volunteer, and dabbling in the field of public health. As a Jesuit, he taught math and science at Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School. Semi-regular crises of faith notwithstanding, he's really glad to be a Jesuit.
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Millions Marching: From Loneliness to Communion
In his TJP debut, Steve Nicholson, SJ reflects on his experience at the Women’s March in Atlanta and has his deepest hope confirmed: we don’t have to be alone.