Volume 36, Issue 2 (2022)
Special Edition. 2020 and Beyond: DePaul University’s Community Responds to Crises
Introduction. 2020: DePaul University’s Community Responds to Crises
Matthieu Brejon de Lavergnée Ph.D.
The Guiding Principles of Leading and Living Through a Pandemic
A. Gabriel Esteban Ph.D.
A Vincentian Reading of the Pandemic: Hope Beyond All Reasonable Expectation
Guillermo Campuzano C.M.
Critical Perspectives on Our Current Moment: An Experiment in Teaching for 2020
Jane Eva Baxter Ph.D., Sarah Brown, Jenicel Carmona, Val Carnes, Zoe Espinosa, Randall Honold Ph.D., Cary Robbins, George Slad, and Margaret Storey Ph.D.
Online Community Engagement Enhances Service Learning
Dan Baron, Kaliah Liggons MPA, David Pintor, Jonathan Handrup LSW, and Rubén Álvarez Silva M.Ed
The Graces of 2020: Catholic Campus Ministry Students Seek Out Blessings Amid a Tumultuous Year
Amanda Thompson MDiv and Dan Paul Borlik C.M., DMin
The COVID-19 Pandemic and Homelessness: Depaul International Responds
J. Patrick Murphy C.M., Ph.D.
Mass Incarceration, COVID-19, and Race as Exposure to Early Death
Traci Schlesinger Ph.D.