VOLUME 2 | 2008

 

MAGIS
The Jesuit Journal of Student Development

Edited and published by students in Seattle University's Student Development Administration program

 

Bryce Hughes, '08, Editor-in-Chief
Letter from the Editor for Volume 2

2007-2008 SUSDA Publications Committee
Kristina Creager, '09
Samantha Golden, '09
Susan Harris, '08
Jill Vogel, '09

Editorial Board
Brian Anderson, '09
Kim Becker, '08
Carol Bradley, '08
Julie Clements-Mathews, '08
Molly Dugan, '08
Jennifer Fowler, '08
Eric Guico, '09
Ryan Hamachek, '09
Mileva Huljev, '09
Katie Kelsey, '09
Tara Lunde, '09
James Policar, '08
Cari Ann Urabe, '08
Katy Witmer, '08
Cortney Woolett, '08

SUSDA Advisors
Dr. Bridget Turner Kelly, Assistant Professor, Student Development Administration
Tim Wilson, Director of Student Activities

Special thanks to Tim Wilson and Michele Murray, Assistant Vice President for Student Development, for training our editorial board for this volume.

 

Table of Contents

Fr. Pedro Arrupe, S.J.: The Man Who Was There
Rev. Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J.
Seattle University President

Advocating for Affirmative Action in Higher Education
Carol Bradley
Seattle University SDA '08

Engaging Student Strengths for the Common Good
Jessica Murphy and M.L. "Cissy" Petty
Loyola University New Orleans

LGBT Legal Issues in Jesuit Higher Education
Bryce Hughes
Seattle University SDA '08

Sex and the Role of Jesuit Colleges and Universities
Philip Sutherland, S.J.
Loyola University Chicago

An Analysis of the "Curriculum" of the NASPA National Conference
Robert Flores, Lisa Kubicki, Cynthia Mowry, Jeremy Stringer, and Jenne Vanderbout
Seattle University SDA Alumni and Program Director

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