Shireen Korkzan

Shireen Korkzan is a former NCR Bertelsen editorial intern. An Indianapolis native, she earned a Master of Arts degree in journalism from Michigan State University and a Bachelor of Music degree in performance from Valparaiso University in Northwest Indiana. Korkzan has worked with the Target 8 investigative reporting team as an intern at WOOD TV8 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and for The State News in East Lansing, Michigan, as a law enforcement and courts reporter.

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Dorothy Day's struggle with faith takes the stage

Gardens planted with prayers

Zagano discusses women deacons on Salt+Light TV

Kansas City Catholics celebrate Rosa Chávez becoming cardinal

Farmworker allies advocate for rights at Wendy's shareholder meeting

Christian theater company presenting new play on Dorothy Day this summer

Campus Notebook: Preserving Syriac heritage; plea for DACA students

Campus Notebook: Walk-out; STEM push; honorary degree record

Bail out program lets mothers go home

Campus Notebook: Catholic universities pick diverse commencement speakers

Campus Notebook: LGBT issues at Newman, Creighton; Thomas Aquinas goes East

Stand Up KC rallies for workers on May Day

Campus Notebook: Palestinian group sues Fordham; anti-Wendy's hunger strike spreads; Lynn University's sanctuary

Catholic colleges join nationwide hunger strike protests against Wendy's

Hunger strikes protesting Wendy's snowball across college campuses

Campus Notebook: Chestnut Hill not entangled; no more yoga at Benedictine; Notre Dame's new social justice database

Georgetown liturgy of contrition honors enslaved

Campus Notebook: Jewish studies at Duquesne; Creighton celebrates Asian cultures

Campus Notebook: St. Joseph's drops accreditation; Iona and Walsh get donations

Campus Notebook: Georgetown rededicates buildings; Homeboy Industries founder honored; peacemaking program expands