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Leadership Learning Community

The Leadership for Social Change Learning Community (LC) engages in the exploration of leadership as a process that promotes the values of social justice, self-knowledge, personal empowerment, collaboration, citizenship, and service. The first-year students in the LC live together in one of our 5 first-year residence halls and form a positive community. Click this news item to find out more!  

LEAD for Change

The LEAD for Change program is designed for new students with a passion for working collaboratively with others to accomplish common goals focused on positive change. Our goal is to support growth in the areas of self-awareness, teamwork, and leadership skills. This program takes place prior to Welcome Week (students may move into their residence halls early). For detailed information about LEAD 2015, click this news item or contact Shannon Howes at showes1@luc.edu  

Gender Around the World

Monday, April 20th 7:30pm-9pm, Damen MPR South The Men's Project, in partnership with SDMA and the Office for International Programs, presents Genders Around the World. This event provides a Q&A with panelists to look at the varying perspectives of gender around the world. Dinner will be provided by Summer Thai. To RSVP, email Miguel Macias at mmacias2@luc.edu, and if you have any questions please contact themensproject@gmail.com

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