Somewhere between my comatose states during this very long summer (June-September), I mustered up enough energy to read Memoirs of a Geisha, the best-selling historical fiction by Arthur Golden. 1,389 more words
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It was fifty years ago this weekend when Fr. Theodore Hesburgh, CSC, president of the University of Notre Dame, welcomed 25 other educators to reflect on how Vatican II should be received in Catholic higher education. 970 more words
Are Catholic campuses made less safe for LGBTQ students when Chick-fil-A outlets are present? According to some students, the answer to this question is a clear “yes.” This spring, disputes over the fast food chain erupted at both Duquesne University and Fordham University. 547 more words
Yet another academic semester is in the books. Today’s post features news highlights from around Catholic higher education.
Creighton University Responds to Hate Crime
Community members at Creighton University were shaken when a gay student, Joseph Gray, discovered a hateful note pinned to the door of his dorm room. 785 more words
As another school year wraps up, students at Newman University, Wichita, Kansas, are celebrating a new LGBTQ student group. Today’s post shares this story and an opposite one from The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. 875 more words