By Hunter Cisiewski ’17
The Brophy community will start the annual Summit on Human Dignity beginning Monday, March 2, on the topic of restorative justice.
As in years past, the Summit will include a multitude of topics and speakers.
Also, many alumni and faculty will be leading different activities throughout the two weeks. Each day will have a different type of activity, such as speakers and prayer services.
It will all begin on March 2 with a opening liturgy. This will address what this Summit is about and what the Brophy community should expect. Mass dress will be mandatory.
The next day, Tuesday, March 3, there will be a keynote speaker to kick off and break the ice on the topic of restorative justice.
On that Thursday, March 5, the Summit Workshop will begin with a multitude of activities that students can sign up for.
During the workshop day, every student will be exposed to how and why restorative justice is important in the modern world and what can be done to benefit it.
Speakers from different backgrounds hope to give the Brophy community a better understanding of the issue.
The following day will feature a Summit immersion experience for Brophy students.
The next Tuesday, March 10, will have a Summit presentation at lunch with a guest speaker, taking place in the SAC.
Wednesday, March 11th, has one last keynote speaker in the gym, followed by another lunch presentation on Thursday, the 12th.
Finally, on Friday, March 13, there will be the Summit closing prayer service in the Harper Great Hall.