Dianoia, which is composed of several undergraduate essays, will be releasing its eighth issue on Monday, as well as a digital symposium featuring guest speakers from the journal’s recent publications.
While everyone else sorts out plans for summer jobs, classes, or internships, a group of 10 students is being selected to start their summer off on a different path—literally.
Because Ancient Greek is deeply integrated in the foundation of many subject areas, such as philosophy and theology, the department believes that having some knowledge of Greek language and culture will help students attain a deeper understanding of their other studies.
You might not know his name, but you’ve likely met Patrick Grogan during a late night run to City Co.
Tom Lombardo, CSOM ’17, and his conglomerate of philosophy-minded friends crafted this semester’s issue of Dianoia.
The Center for Ignatian Spirituality and the Jesuit Collaborative hosted Philosophy professor Marina McCoy to talk about how God can use imagination during transitions.