Los Caravaneros: A Procession for Peace

Los Caravaneros: A Procession for Peace

Posted on Dec 1, 2012 in International, National | No Comments

Paige Muniz Senior majoring in Biology  María González wept as she recounted the day her son Andrés Ascención González went missing. She held a photo of her son with his description and his “date last seen.” “When your mother passes away, you are an orphan,” she said. “When your husband passes away, you are a […]

Forced Freedom: Any Country But Their Own

Forced Freedom: Any Country But Their Own

Posted on Dec 1, 2012 in International, Local | One Comment

Pallavi Vishwanath Junior majoring in History and on the Pre-Med track “We were forced to choose any country but our own. The American Dream? I didn’t even want to come here,” said Bosnian refugee Denis Sehic, providing a viewpoint that most people aren’t used to hearing from immigrants coming to the United States. Americans are […]

The ‘I’ in Immigrant

The ‘I’ in Immigrant

Posted on Dec 1, 2012 in Local, St. Louis | No Comments

Rachel Plassmeyer Second year graduate student in the Executive Masters in International Business Program “It’s funny when people say ‘I’m Italian’ or ‘I’m Irish.’ No…they’re American. They never lived there. Their parents and grandparents never lived there. But ask someone in America what they are and those are the answers you get,” said Michael Roy, […]

Lost (and Found) in Translation

Posted on Nov 28, 2012 in International, Local | No Comments

SLU is home to over 1,000 international students from more than eighty different countries.  The largest population of international students on campus comes from China, and the following testimonials are written by six Chinese students studying at SLU. Through the experience of the American way of life, these students are defining and building upon their […]

A Future Sweat-Free St. Louis

Posted on Nov 28, 2012 in International | No Comments

By Kara Sheehan In 1995, sweatshops in the United States were exposed in New York and Los Angeles. Since then, a few companies have been charged with using sweatshop labor, but sweatshops are still present and supported by American consumers and entities. There are ways that this injustice and exploitation of workers can be brought […]

The Face of Slavery

Posted on Nov 28, 2012 in International | No Comments

A Personal Account on Modern Slavery By Theresa Martin Tears rolled down Sasha’s face. After seemingly endless years of crying out from the brokenness of slavery, she was set free. How was it that, finally, she was brought out of desperation and into restoration? “My relationship with God is everything to me,” she said. Her […]

Censorship in China: The Game of Cat and Mouse

Posted on Nov 28, 2012 in International | No Comments

By Jamala Wallace Censorship is an ugly word for most people within a democratic society, but a routine practice of the government in China. Michael Anti, or Jing Zhao, a veteran journalist and political commentator for various Chinese and English media writes about how the government maintains a myth about the country. “[There is a] […]

A Garden Alive with People

A Garden Alive with People

Posted on Nov 28, 2012 in A Garden Alive With People, Local, St. Louis | No Comments

By Erin Szopiak Drive north. Drive north past the manicured Saint Louis University campus, north past Cardinal Ritter College Prep, north until the nearly abandoned fish store comes into sight. Take a left on Martin Luther King Boulevard.  Take a right at the “Welcome to the Ville Neighborhood” sign.  See the momentous church building come […]

OneWorld Editorial Board Application

Posted on Aug 2, 2012 in General, Home | No Comments

Hey all! 2012-2013 liveOneWorld Application liveOneWorld Magazine is seeking student leaders to join our editorial team! Through informative journalism and moving photography, OneWorld raises awareness of local and international humanitarian injustices. Check out our Spring 2012 publication at issuu.com! Available leadership positions include Local and International Section Editors, Copy and Content Editor, Design Director, Outreach Coordinator, and Promotions Director. Please […]

Why I do Interfaith – a Reflection

Posted on Apr 13, 2012 in Home, International, Local, National, St. Louis | No Comments

By Claire Moll Claire is a Sophomore at Saint Louis University. We now live in a world where we cannot avoid meeting people from different belief systems.  At one level, our knowledge about other’s belief through our human interactions can bring us together.  Through this interaction and exploration, we find that although there are differences […]