Donlan discusses Ignatius’ reaction to ISIS, displeased with foreign policy

By Anthony Cardellini ’17 THE ROUNDUP In his Oct. 2 Great Hall presentation on St. Ignatius’ hypothetical reaction to ISIS, Mr. Tom Donlan made sure the audience knew that not everyone would like what they were about to hear. As predicted, not necessarily everyone agreed with the ideas of St. Ignatius when he founded the […]

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U.S. must offer humanitarian aid, not just military intervention to Middle East

By Cameron M. Bray ’16 THE ROUNDUP Dr. Tom Donlan gave a speech at lunch Oct. 2 in the Great Hall entitled “How would Ignatius respond to ISIS?” On reflection, its premise alone was intriguing: Combining the two dissimilar subjects of the Islamic State and St. Ignatius of Loyola in the same speech would certainly […]

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