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Lifting Voices

In this episode, Marisel Moreno from the College of Arts and Letters discusses giving voice to underrepresented groups and the opportunities presented by community-based learning...

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The Power of Evidence: Transforming the Fight Against Poverty Through Research

The Wilson Sheehan Lab for Economic Opportunities (LEO) is answering Fr. Sorin’s challenge to be a “powerful force for good” by using economic research and evaluation to...

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Nonprofit Leadership

In this episode, Angela Logan from the Mendoza College of Business discusses her work in nonprofit leadership.

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Today’s Struggle for Racial and Economic Justice

Fred Redmond, international vice president of United Steelworkers (USW), delivers the 36th McBride Lecture, a biennial event sponsored by the Higgins Labor Program and Center for...

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Science and Technology

Fighting to Walk Again

March 8, 2014 was a Saturday near the end of a long, cold winter in Ohio. The high temperature that day was a brisk 46 degrees. The low, 30. The details of the weather are now...

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Art and History

Film Festivus for the Rest of Us

This month, Ted and Ricky catch up on festivals they attended, Ted having recently returned from Munich International Film Festival and Ricky having not yet caught up on his time...

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Art and History

2017 Michiana Jewish Film Festival

The 7th Annual Michiana Jewish Film Festival is coming to the Browning Cinema May 15–18. Dr. Ilene Sheffer, Vice Chancellor Emerita at Indiana University South Bend and...

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Health and Society

Catholic Relief Services Agency Panel

Kim Lamberty, director of university and mission engagement for Catholic Relief Services, leads this panel discussion which addresses the intersection between integral human...

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Integral Human Development: From Paternalism to Accompaniment

To what extent can ordinary people, and especially underserved and marginalized people, hope to determine the direction of their own lives and the shape of their own communities?...

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The Populorum Progressio Roots of Present Day Catholic Social Teaching: Pope Paul VI

Populorum Progressio is widely regarded as the magna carta of development, providing the basis for many of the Catholic Church’s policies on integral human development. Stefano...

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Religion and Philosophy

Seeing Through a New Lens: Pope Francis’ Quest on Behalf of Peace, Justice, and Our Common Home

Pope Francis’ teachings and actions with regard to the poor, justice, and the environment have had a polarizing effect among Catholics and some non-Catholics. Robert McElroy,...

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Art and History

Worth a Watch – Top Films at the Berlin Film Festival

Ricky and Ted run through the Browning Cinema’s March lineup, which includes films from Iran (The Salesman), Germany (Toni Erdmann), Ireland (Sing Street), and India (The Apu...

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