Despite gaping holes in the United Nation’s effectiveness as a global governing body, I left a recent Peace Fellowship-orchestrated visit to the UN optimistic about the possibility of institution-led progress towards peace. At first glance, the shortcomings of the UN,… Read More ›
Archive for November 2013
There is a lot of discussion surrounding the Community Lifestyle Commitment (CLC). Much of the discussion focuses around the school’s obligations to students. We expect certain things out of the Residence Life staff when dealing with a violation of the… Read More ›
Photo Essay By Mindy Esworthy
What was the last dream you remember having?
Ray Motsi, Ph.D., held a lecture on the struggle for basic human rights, the conflict in Zimbabwe, and the church’s response to that conflict. Motsi has dedicated his life to combatting the conflict in Zimbabwe through peace- building and non-violence…. Read More ›
-photo credit, Michelle Mitchell