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Red Cloud High School Teams with Georgetown Prep and Georgetown University, Advocating to Reroute the Dakota Access Pipeline

Last month, the first-ever delegation from Red Cloud High School attended the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice in Washington, D.C. While there, four students from the Jesuit-run high school located on the Lakota reservation in Pine Ridge, South Dakota, also … Continue reading

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Music with a Message

As a member of Georgetown University’s Chapel Choir, I sing every Sunday at 9:30pm mass in Dahlgren. Our music serves as an elevation of prayer, a method of reflection for those who attend mass. One day during mass last year, … Continue reading

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Magis: Jamaica Alternative Break – A Reflection

I spent my spring break as the leader of Magis: Jamaica, the first-ever Alternative Breaks Program trip organized by a collaboration between Campus Ministry and the Center for Social Justice. Along with 12 student participants and staff representatives of OCM … Continue reading

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Magis Immersion Program Sets Sail for Jamaica!

Standing outside the Montego Bay airport amidst cab drivers and tourists scuttling to their destinations, I took in the sights alongside Amanda Munroe, the Social Justice Curriculum and Pedagogy Coordinator from the Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching and Service. For … Continue reading

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Missouri Hope

Stepping onto Georgetown’s campus three years ago, I had already been told of the importance of the Spirit of Georgetown and its accompanying nine values. Over the past weekend with the help of an extremely generous grant from Campus Ministry, … Continue reading

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