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Arrupe Scholars


The Arrupe Scholars Program is a mission-based scholarship and learning opportunity tailored specifically towards creating leaders for social action. Rooted in the wisdom of our 450-year-old Jesuit heritage, this program aims to produce graduates that are both trained in the academic study of inequality and committed to using their knowledge and abilities for the promotion of justice.
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Thought you all might be interested in reading this government proposal about limiting the places demonstrations/protests can take place.

On this site citizens can comment on upcoming regulations the federal government is considering.
Created on Oct 12, 2018
Mark your calendars for our Arrupe Program guest speaker, Mr. Subodh Chandra, a Cleveland Civil Rights attorney who represented Tamir Rice's family.

WED, OCT 17 at 7pm in the Dolan Auditorium. Free & open to all!

Mr. Chandra is a...
Created on Oct 1, 2018
This week in PJHR: a hugely successful set of events last week, with the Border Wall being the dominant theme. This week:

1. Tuesday 10/2, 7pm Donohue Auditorium. Amos Guiora's talk: "The Crime of Complicity: The Bystander from the Holocaust...
Created on Oct 1, 2018
Created on Dec 1, 2017 | Last post on Aug 27, 2018 1:04pm