- Jul 9, 2020
U.S. Catholic college and university leaders have joined the nation’s higher education community in condemning a new policy announced by the Trump administration that would prevent international students from remaining in or coming to the United States if their colleges use a completely online format in the fall semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Jesuit university rector has called on the young and popular president of El Salvador to stop picking fights with other branches of government and to start showing some accountability during the COVID-19 crisis.
The president of Loyola University of New Orleans has apologized for the way the school handled allegations that the former head of its communications department mistreated black and LGBTQ students and showed bias against them.
Two New Orleans universities, the Archdiocese of New Orleans and a government contractor are defendants in a whistleblower lawsuit alleging fraud involving more than $100 million in Hurricane Katrina aid.
Leaders of Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States say the impact of Jesuit Father Adolfo Nicolas, former Jesuit superior general, will be felt in their universities for years to come.
For Catholic colleges across America, the sun has finally set on the 2019-2020 academic year. Students have received their final grades or graduated via livestream, and the stillness of campus seems more fitting than it did the past few months.