CCSJ Blogs, News, and Upcoming Events
  • Sunday, March 01 World Cafe Dialogue: Unpacking Race All Creighton students, faculty and staff are invited to engage in a campus-wide dialogue on the implications of race in the Creighton community, facilitated by the Werner Institute. Due to the February winter storm, the event was...

    Weekly Update March 01- March 27

    Sunday, March 01 World Cafe Dialogue: Unpacking Race All Creighton students, faculty and staff are invited to engage in a campus-wide dialogue on the implications of race in the Creighton community, facilitated by the Werner Institute. Due to the February winter storm, the event was...

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  • When I first met Dr. Zuegner, or Carol, as her upperclassmen journalism students affectionately call her, I was a sophomore in a 12-passenger van on my way to Washington, D.C. We were both heading to the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice with thirty or so...

    Words of Wisdom: Dr. Carol Zuegner

    When I first met Dr. Zuegner, or Carol, as her upperclassmen journalism students affectionately call her, I was a sophomore in a 12-passenger van on my way to Washington, D.C. We were both heading to the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice with thirty or so...

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  • Friday, February 20 Spring Career & Internship Fair Career Fairs are the easiest way for recruiters and students to meet face-to-face and discuss students’ goals and information to reach those goals in the corporations, organizations, available internships, graduate volunteer and full-time positions represented at the...

    Weekly Update February 20-27

    Friday, February 20 Spring Career & Internship Fair Career Fairs are the easiest way for recruiters and students to meet face-to-face and discuss students’ goals and information to reach those goals in the corporations, organizations, available internships, graduate volunteer and full-time positions represented at the...

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  • In honor of Dorothy Stang’s life and martyrdom (remembered on on February 12), Student Coordinator Rachael Schwartz reflects on Dorothy’s commitment to sustainable justice. Dorothy Stang is a woman all justice workers and people should strive to be like.  She decided to devote her life...

    Dorothy Stang: Sustainable Justice

    In honor of Dorothy Stang’s life and martyrdom (remembered on on February 12), Student Coordinator Rachael Schwartz reflects on Dorothy’s commitment to sustainable justice. Dorothy Stang is a woman all justice workers and people should strive to be like.  She decided to devote her life...

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  • Friday, February 6 Ignatian Retreat for Faculty in the Health Professions This is a silent retreat in the Ignatian tradition that will be held at the CU Retreat Center in Griswold, IA. Fr. Larry Gillick, SJ and Fr. Greg Carlson will be leading this retreat,...

    Weekly Update: February 6-13

    Friday, February 6 Ignatian Retreat for Faculty in the Health Professions This is a silent retreat in the Ignatian tradition that will be held at the CU Retreat Center in Griswold, IA. Fr. Larry Gillick, SJ and Fr. Greg Carlson will be leading this retreat,...

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  • Pedro Arrupe is the Jesuit that I know most about, thanks to Dr. Bergman, social justice exemplar himself. Arrupe’s relationship with God, and his relationship with people, is something that everyone can aspire to. Oftentimes social justice exemplars serve as these sort of out-of-this-world moral...

    Pedro Arrupe: An Exemplar We Can Relate To

    Pedro Arrupe is the Jesuit that I know most about, thanks to Dr. Bergman, social justice exemplar himself. Arrupe’s relationship with God, and his relationship with people, is something that everyone can aspire to. Oftentimes social justice exemplars serve as these sort of out-of-this-world moral...

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