Reflections on and a Call for Humanity

Me in front of Joan of Arc

They advertised incessantly about “be the difference” and how they valued Jesuit pedagogy. Well, Jesuit teaching is founded on the humanities. It was utterly paradoxical.

I am asking Marquette to do the same.

You cannot have cura personalis in the most legitimate and real sense of the phrase without humanities being at the center of education.

Please sign this petition: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdG4Iu111GfBzAZngaWknjsIfNlOZqFz3tig5y0KBJpnkosGw/viewform

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I am a current senior at Marquette University majoring in Classical Languages and History.

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Brooke McArdle

Brooke McArdle

I am a current senior at Marquette University majoring in Classical Languages and History.

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