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Teaching That Transforms

May 9, 2016

Vol. 214 / No. 16

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The students and staff of the Ayuuk Indigenous Intercultural University gather for one of their regular assemblies.
Jim McDermottApril 22, 2016

In this most isolated and unexpected of places, there is a university.

HUMAN FLOURISHING. Stephanie Lovina, a graduate of St. Joseph’s University, working at Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles.
Kevin P. QuinnMay 03, 2016

What is different about Jesuit higher education?

MORE THAN FACTS. Joseph J. Peters, S.J., with biology students in 1968.
J. Joseph MarrMay 03, 2016

He pushed his students forward without prodding and stayed in the background as we went ahead.

TRUE DIALOGUE. The Rev. Philip Lowe, chaplain of Neumann University in Aston, Pa., with students outside the campus chapel.
John C. CavadiniMay 03, 2016

A university that is only a place of witness will lose its credibility as a university.

Of Many Things

Since the times of Ignatius, the talk about what Jesuit education means—what makes it distinctive, what it demands, what results it strives for—has become more explicit.

Our readersMay 03, 2016

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The EditorsMay 03, 2016

How can American Catholics work for fair treatment of Arab citizens and peace in Israel?