One Woman’s Fight Told in her Own Book By Alexa Cucchiara Staff Published Author “Wait,…
On Monday, September 30th, the President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, spoke on refugee crises, the history of Irish immigration, and the role of universities in such times. His lecture, which he has titled “Humanitarianism and the Public Intellectual in Times of Crisis,” touches on some of the topics which were relevant in the current global and local political landscape.
When the news notification popped up on my phone, my response was a short “Jesus, not again,” and then I went back to my business. The nonchalance of my response should be incredibly alarming, just as alarming as the lack of news coverage of a shooting that left seven people dead and twenty-five injured.
One Manhattan-based artist, Dianne Hebbert, is taking her work to the streets to not only enrich the concrete jungle with colorful paintings but show all types of people simply as they are in contemporary artwork.
On Jan. 15, 2019, Rev. John J. Cecero, S.J., provincial of the USA Northeast Jesuit Province, released the names of 50 Jesuits, including a former Jesuit, accused of sexual abuse. At the time of the list’s publication, 35 of the 50 Jesuits named were deceased.