Campus Ministry



Social Justice

Social Justice is an important part of Jesuit, Catholic Education.

Contact Beth Scanlon in campus ministry at x 4114 or scanlele@lemoyne.edu to get involved.


Upcoming Justice Events
Black History Month Events


2/19 Professor Vincent Lloyd, Syracuse University, Political Theology & Mass Incarceration
Grewen Auditorium– 7pm
Sponsored by: Student Development /CTR for Race, Diversity, Gender

2/19, Classroom Conversation on Current Events: “American Heroes in Film: Selma and American Sniper.”
Room 100 of the science center addition, 4.p.m.

2/19 Gender, Race and Sexuality in Pop Culture: A View from the Front Lines with Mark Oshiro
Reilley Room, Reilly Hall,  4 p.m. Organized by Cathy Leogrande
Mark Oshiro, founder of the online book experiences Mark Reads will discuss challenges of non-discriminatory interactions in the participatory world of Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram and more.

2/21 Cultural Extravaganza Grewen Auditorium- 6:30pm
Sponsored by: POWER

2/25 Black History Month Jeopardy– Reilley Room 7:30pm
Sponsored by: The Sociology Club

2/26 Know Better, Do Better
James Commons-5:30pm
Sponsored by: POWER

2/27 Interpret My History
James Commons-6pm
Sponsored by: BOND


'Phins in Guatemala: Experiencing as the Other

Friday, Feb. 27, 6:30 p.m.
Drescher Community Room, Panasci Chapel

A group of Le Moyne College students will share what it was like to visit Guatemala as part of an Integral Honors course on contemporary society titled "The World of the Other." They traveled to several locations in that country (Guatemala City, Xelajú, Zunil, San Juan La Laguna, Antigua, and Tikal), visited museums, and participated in class sessions on anthropology, literature, philosophy, religious theory and practice, and social theory.

Constructing Arab and Muslim Identities in the US: Beyond Sept. 11 and the Rhetoric of Violence

Tuesday, March 3, 4 p.m.
Reilly Hall, Reilley Room

Carol Fadda-Conrey, Ph.D., assistant professor of English at Syracuse University, will address her new book, " Contemporary Arab-American Literature: Transnational Reconfigurations of Citizenship and Belonging." Dr. Fadda-Conrey teaches and conducts research in the areas of Arab-American literature and culture, ethnic and minority studies, diaspora and transnational studies.