Now in its sixth year, the Niebuhr Center’s Partners for Peace program continues its service work in Chicago’s most neglected neighborhoods.
Sara Hynes, the Rosa Parks Social Justice intern, helped start a conversation about mental health on campus.
As the Jane Addams Social Justice intern, Jenna Stutz conducted research into educational inequities and reform efforts.
Junior Miranda Huber's essay will help guide future Elmhurst students on how to develop their own philosophies.
As an intern at a center for speech and language disorders, Vilija Aleksa witnessed the impact of speech therapy on young people's lives.
Jessica Mueller grew up dealing with the addictions of her parents. Now she helps teens at Chicago’s Mercy Home navigate their own crises.
As part of the Partners for Peace activities, local veterans were recently invited to campus to discuss their service to their country.