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Ken Homan, S.J., of the Midwest Province, is a graduate student at the Boston College School of Theology. In addition to his theology studies, Ken researches Jesuit involvement in labor history and racial justice

FaithFaith in Focus
Ken Homan
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. To honor this month, I want to share why I’m so glad I sought help.
Graduate workers make up an increasing portion of the U.S. academic workforce, including classroom instructors. (iStock/Morsa Images)
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Kevin AhernKen Homan
The National Labor Relations Board recently suggested that graduate students are not entitled to the organizing rights guaranteed to similar workers. But Jesuit schools should not stop unionization efforts.
(Ashley Rose, Flickr Creative Commons) 
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Ken Homan
The victims of sexual harassment are fighting a culture that teaches men (even celibate men) a sense of privilege and entitlement.
Ken Homan
The spiritual implications of fracking