Classrooms are Expanded as Rocks Explore Social Issues

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Classrooms are Expanded as Rocks Explore Social Issues

Finding ways to improve societal problems happens best when students leave campus and interact with the society they wish to help. Alex Cox '19 was among those who took part in the Louisville Engaging Nonviolence Symposium.

Finding ways to improve societal problems happens best when students leave campus and interact with the society they wish to help. Alex Cox '19 was among those who took part in the Louisville Engaging Nonviolence Symposium.

photo by Justin DePrado '19 and Michael Payne '19

Finding ways to improve societal problems happens best when students leave campus and interact with the society they wish to help. Alex Cox '19 was among those who took part in the Louisville Engaging Nonviolence Symposium.

photo by Justin DePrado '19 and Michael Payne '19

photo by Justin DePrado '19 and Michael Payne '19

Finding ways to improve societal problems happens best when students leave campus and interact with the society they wish to help. Alex Cox '19 was among those who took part in the Louisville Engaging Nonviolence Symposium.

ECHO Staff

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The classroom is only a starting place for learning. 

Finding ways to improve societal problems happens best when students leave campus and interact with the society they wish to help.  This happens through events such as the Louisville Engaging Nonviolence Symposium for High School Students, which included instruction from former Trinity teacher Ms. Cory Lockhart. Coordinated by Campus Ministry, twice during the year Trinity students and teachers took part in this event.

The Crossroads program also provides students opportunities to learn about social issues firsthand. All juniors, through theology classes, take part in Crossroads.

 

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