Participating in Democracy: The 6-Minute Ignatian Advocacy Challenge

If you disagree with the President’s executive orders for these, or other, reasons, I encourage you to reach out to your elected officials and participate in ISN’s 6-Minute Ignatian Advocacy Challenge. Democracy is a participatory endeavor, and it’s important to have our voices heard.

Finding Light Amid Sorrow and Grief

On October 24, 2015, four young, beautiful, and promising women died in a car accident while traveling back from the mid-term break. Three of them were current Creighton University students, and one was a recent graduate. They were part of a sorority that is well known on campus and these women were very amiable people, from stories that I heard. It was an unexpected tragedy that affected everyone on campus, from close friends of the women to people, like me, who did not know the women on a personal level.

Catching Fire, Drawing Flame at Creighton

On October 2, 2015, Rev. Daniel S. Hendrickson, S.J., Ph.D. was inaugurated as the 25th president of Creighton University. It was a day filled with celebration, excitement, great food, and great community. As a Jesuit university, Creighton was excited and ready to welcome a distinguished Jesuit educator, priest, and world traveler to campus.