Links & Resources

Voices of SLUH

In the fall of 2018, students and faculty gathered for a unique Voices of SLUH assembly designed to encourage reflection about the range of neighborhoods represented in the fictive neighborhood of SLUH.

200 Years of Courage

The SLUH community came together to celebrate '200 Years of Courage' at the 2018 Black History Month Assembly.

Diving into the Deep Waters of Sonder

Delton Utsey '18 gave a keynote address to 2,000 attendees at the 2017 Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice in Washington D.C. His presentation was entitled "Diving into the Deep Waters of Sonder."

SLUH Speakers on Compassion and Race

At the 2016 Jesuit Schools Network Colloquium, three members of the SLUH community spoke at a session entitled "Compassion and Race." The featured speakers are former SLUH President David Laughlin (5:56), Board Member Eric Clark '83 (17:58), and former Assistant Director of Diversity Danielle Harrison (38:16). Click below to view a video of their talks.

A Student's Awakening

Brendan Underwood '16 spoke at the 2015 Ignatian Family Teach-In in Washington, D.C. The title of his talk was "My Awakening to Social Justice and Racial Issues."

"SLUH teachers respect the differences in students' diverse personalities, ways of learning, cultures, and temperament. The school is a place where students experience exponential personal growth, develop life-long friendships, and receive one of the best college preparatory educations in the country.'"

- Veronica Armouti

Mother of Laith Armouti '16, pictured in center with her family. Laith is second from left beside Lancer Li '17, a student from China who lived with the Armouti Family in 2016.