Earlier this month, ACCU released the Fall 2015 issue of its quarterly newsletter, Update. Read it in its entirety here, but be sure to take note of the peace and justice related sections. The highlighted sections include:
Holy Names Makes Gains on Sustainability by reducing their water usage by 7 million gallons, in comparison to the last year, through identification of leaks and installation of low-flow toilets.
Gonzaga Helps Bring First Library to Zambezi, a northwestern district of Zambia, by raising and donating over $30,000 through the sale of organically harvested Zambian honey by Zambia Gold, a student-run partnership between Gonzaga and the honey harvesters.
Book Connects Business Decisions to Catholic Social Thought, particularly where it concerns the concept of subsidiarity in business. Published by the John A. Ryan Institute at the University of St. Thomas, Respect in Action: Applying Subsidiarity in Business sends a message to all business managers whose decisions affect their employees’ lives.
Ursuline College Brings Healthcare to the Homeless by taking time out of their summer breaks to work at various homeless shelters and health clinics for our brothers and sisters experiencing homelessness.
St. Edward’s Continues Support for Migrant Students in its receipt and distribution of a $2.1 million grant from the US Department of Education through the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP), which has helped 2,800 migrant students finish their studies at the university since 1972.
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