Students that are recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program face an uncertain future, and Catholic colleges face questions of support and sanctuary.
Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities
After years of criticizing Catholic colleges and universities for alleged secularization, the founder of the Cardinal Newman Society claimed to see the secular trend reversing, during a recent forum.
Annual meeting: The Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities reaffirmed their "commitment of our institutions to creating inclusive, welcoming campus environments."
Over 70 presidents at Catholic institutions have pledged their support for students attending their schools who are legally protected by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
As contingent faculty piece together uncertain careers, some of their organizing efforts have met with success, while other schools resist on religious liberty grounds.
Since she was installed as president of Spalding University, Tori Murden McClure has encouraged students and faculty to feed the hungry and repair houses for the needy, helping the Louisville, Ky., school clock in 1.6 million service hours in one year.
What will make a difference after the May 23 shooting rampage near the University of California at Santa Barbara?