Is there still a place for Jesuit education in the 21st century?
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Graduations happen all the time. Eric Immel, SJ, reflects on attending one that’s never happened before.
On the heels of the “Pence walkout,” Notre Dame grad Dan Dixon, SJ wonders when commencements stopped being about celebrating graduates.
Sexual assaults on college campuses are a massive problem. What changes are needed for a healthier, safer culture?
It’s hard to know if our work does any good, but Colten Biro, SJ, reflects that sometimes there’s goodness in the guesswork of simply trying.
The death of a beloved Boston College leader prompts Joe Simmons, SJ to wonder about communal grief in an age of technological isolation.
With traditional Western curricula under siege, Pierce Gibson, SJ wonders if the call for greater inclusivity doesn’t miss the mark.
Service trip participant & chaperone Br. Ken Homan wonders, “Are they actually worth it?”
In his TJP debut, Henoch Derbew, SJ discusses the centrality of being honest about our past before moving forward to reconciliation.
Woodworker and Jesuit Ken Homan wonders if it’s time for the Jesuits to open trade schools