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SOPHIA magazine

the Magazine for friends of Sophia University all over the world

SOPHIA magazine is for friends of Sophia University all over the world. The magazine covers University events and activities, history, and research. It also reports on feature stories about Sophians - faculty, students, and alumni.

The print edition is published twice a year, in summer and winter by Office of Public Relations. The online version is also available.

[NEW] SOPHIA magazine Vol.12 published in September, 2021

Online Version of Vol.12

The Exciting Future of Collaborative International Education

Could Islamic Saints Lead Us t Mutual Understanding?
Masayuki Akahori, Professor, Faculty of Global Studies

Water: Shedding New Light n a Familiar, Yet Mysterious Ally
Mikiko Sugiura, Associate Professor, Center for Global Education and Discovery

Passion Fuels leading Light of Classical Music World
Sota Nakazawa, President, Nippon Violin

Students Do the Impossible by Pulling Off on-Campus Blood Drive Amid Pandemic
Sophia's Legal Scholars Among Best at Law Moot Court Competition

The Biden Administration and the Future of Japan-U.S.Relations
Ichiro Fujisaki, Former Ambassador to the United States, President of the Nakasone Peace Institute
Kazuhiro Maeshima, Professor, Faculty of Global Studies

Interdisciplinary Approach Paves Way to Sustainable Future
Hideki Maruyama, Professor, SPSF Program Coordinator
SPSF students

Catholic Heritage

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Special Issue "POPE FRANCIS at SOPHIA"

Contents-On Pope Francis' Challenges for Us All
Fr.Tsutomu Sakuma, S.J., Chancellor of Sophia School Corporation
Dr.Yoshiaki Terumichi, President of Sophia University

-Address of His Holiness at Sophia University

-Pope Francis: A Lifelong Spirit of Openness and Acceptance
Fr. Juan Haidar, S.J., Professor of Faculty of Theology

Online version available here

Special Issue "Global Leaders connected with Sophia"

- Sophia Students Video Chat with Pope Francis
- UN Secretaary-General António Guterres Lecture and Dialogues with Students

Online version available here