Politics & Society JesuiticalOlga SeguraMarch 29, 2019
This week, we talk with Matias Benitez and Matt Chen, the founders of HeForShe, a feminist club at Regis High School.
Arts & Culture TelevisionOlga SeguraMarch 15, 2019
Along with changing how society defines what it means to be funny in 2019, the Bodega Boys have given me—and audiences outside of New York City—an opportunity to see the streets, communities, culture we know reflected in popular culture.
Faith JesuiticalOlga SeguraMarch 08, 2019
This week, we talk with Mireille Twayigira, a Jesuit Refugee Service Education Advocate.
Arts & Culture FilmOlga SeguraFebruary 15, 2019
As we head into Oscars season, here are 10 of the best and most diverse films that did not get nominated for an Oscar but still merit watching.
Politics & Society FeaturesOlga SeguraFebruary 01, 2019
The Black Lives Matter movement has grown to become the first major racial justice movement in the United States since the civil rights movement of the 1950s and ’60s.
Arts & Culture IdeasOlga SeguraJanuary 25, 2019
Part of Richard Rodriguez's charm is his refusal to play to people’s expectations of who he should be.
Faith JesuiticalOlga SeguraJanuary 18, 2019
This week's guest is Destiny Herndon-De La Rosa, founder of New Wave Feminists, a pro-life feminist organization dedicated to changing the divisive language surrounding the abortion debate.
Faith JesuiticalOlga SeguraDecember 07, 2018
This week, we talk with Sister Theresa Aletheia, the founder of the Memento Mori Project.
Arts & Culture TelevisionOlga SeguraNovember 23, 2018
No member of the Crain family is the same after their summer at the home.