How Gun Violence Takes a Toll on Our Cities

While visiting my hometown of Chicago in recent years, I’ve been greeted by grave issues seeking my attention: guns, violence, and death. These things seem to be taking over my city, and making it feel much less like the home I love.

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.

Creighton Student Wins Voices from the Margins Student Social Justice Film Contest

Stones, a short film by Creighton University student Nico Sandi, has won First Prize and the Audience Choice Award in the Voices From the Margins’15 social justice film contest co-sponsored by America Media and the Ignatian Solidarity Network. A gripping profile of the last man to be executed in Nebraska, Sandi's entry bested 70 submissions from over 50 universities throughout the U.S.