Laura Hollis

Advice for Graduating Seniors

As the school year comes to a close, and those of you who are seniors prepare to graduate and move on to the next phase of your lives, I wanted to share a few pieces of advice to assist you with your ongoing transition to adulthood and independence. Some of my recommendations may seem a bit counterintuitive, but I hope you’ll consider them nevertheless.

An Opportunity For Humility

The election of Donald Trump can be seen not so much as an endorsement of Trump himself as it is…

Hillary Should Have a “Catholic Problem”

Faculty Advisor Professor Laura Hollis examines the Hillary Clinton’s relationship with the Catholic Church

Time for Christians to Abandon “Progressivism”

Professor Laura Hollis opines on Christian progressivism and the pro-life movement

Liberty, Law, And Christian Love

Faculty advisor Laura Hollis emphasizes the need to understand love

The Power of Persuasion

Professor Laura Hollis discusses law and culture.

The Wisdom Of Better Choices

Professor Laura Hollis explains the importance of the wisdom tradition and that “wisdom is not ingrained. It is learned, and therefore must be handed down.” This is written as a response to the current shift in emphasis on cultural wisdom to that of legality, which has devalued wisdom.