Trump endorses Vance

By: Sophie Boulter, World News Editor Former president Donald Trump endorsed Hillbilly Elegy author and venture capitalist J.D. Vance for the open U.S. Senate seat in Ohio. The coveted endorsement, which comes […]

Xavier offers new arts minor

By: Mattie Cieplak, Staff WRiter Starting next fall, Xavier will offer a new minor, the Xavier Arts Administration Program (XAAP), housed in the College of Arts and Sciences under the Department of […]

Students protest recent vandalism

Walkout for increased administrative and XUPD action attains large turnout Words by joe clark, sports editor Photos by Hunter Ellis, Multimedia Managing Editor Coverage by Morgan Miles and Ethan Nichols, Staff Writers […]

White Supremacist vandals return

By Hunter Ellis and Grace Hamilton, Multimedia Managing Editor and Breaking News Response Team Member Xavier has once again been targeted by vandalism from a White supremacist group, the most recent instance […]

Frankel wins Roger A. Fortin Award

Philosophy professor is recognized as outstanding teacher in the humanities By Hunter Ellis, Multimedia Managing Editor The question “What is the good life?” has been theorized by philosophers from Aristotle to Nietzsche. […]

Coach Steele and Xavier part ways

Steele departs after NIT win, leaving Muskies to speculate the future of MBB By Joe Clark, Sports EDitor Vice President and Director of  Athletics Greg Christopher announced on Wednesday afternoon that Xavier […]

Newswire wins nine ONMA awards

As Newswire celebrates winning its first ONMA title, we thank you for reading Last Friday, Newswire was awarded the Frank E. Deaner Excellence in Collegiate Journalism Award. This is the second time […]

Take It On starts spring program

XU political dialogue initiative to launch ambassador program this semester By justin Malone, Staff Writer The Take It On initiative is supporting a new student ambassador program that is expected to launch […]

CBI studies sustainable solutions

Director Liz Blume aims to make campus greener, solve parking problem By Griffin Brammer, Digital Communications Manager Xavier’s Community Building Institute (CBI) has released parts of its parking and transportation study in […]

Chrastil chosen as next Provost

Former professor assumes new office with a student-centric approach By Chloe Salveson, Show Manager During winter break, longtime history professor Dr. Rachel Chrastil was named the next Provost and Chief Academic Officer, […]

Outdoor basketball courts to open

XU strives to pop the “Xavier bubble” through community engagement By Tess Dankoski, Marty Dubecky and Katie Sanchez, Staff Writers With the decision to narrow access to the outdoor basketball courts and […]

Pro-life vandalism continues

By Hunter Ellis and Tyler Clifton, Multimedia Managing Editor and Staff Writer A series of counter-protests and incidents of vandalism have transpired the past 36 hours in response to a pro-life display […]

SGA campaigns are underway

Read their platforms below, and don’t forget to vote next Wednesday AID XU President: Derrick Meyer Junior business analytics and marketing major Vice President: Ethan Brosnan Junior health services administration major Vice […]

Commons renovations to continue

Physical Plant outlines upcoming upgrades and construction projects By Hunter Ellis, Multimedia Managing Editor Physical Plant took on a dozen construction projects over summer break, including significant changes to Commons Apartments and […]

Ceremony celebrates Justice Hall

Four justice-seekers announced as namesakes of the building’s towers By Alex Budzynski and Trevor Tiemeyer, Editor-in-Chief and Guest Writer The Xavier community congregated on Tuesday to recognize the renaming of Justice Hall […]

CDI welcomes a new director

Dr. Sherrae Mack: “It’s about focusing on what we can do, together” By Emily Croft, Staff Writer The Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) has welcomed a new director, Dr. Sherrae Mack, […]

Xavier mandates vaccines for spring

As COVID-19 cases spike, Task Force discusses further restrictions By Alex Budzynski AND HUNTER ELLIS, Editor-in-Chief and Managing Multimedia Editor Xavier is now requiring all students to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 […]

Dorms slated for summer updates

Renovations include new study rooms and upgraded HVAC systems By Erin Albright and Griffin Brammer, staff writers During the next two summers, Brockman Hall and the Commons Apartments are set to undergo […]

Vandalism named a bias incident

BART makes a formal statement, XUPD investigation still in progress BY HUNTER ELLIS AND CHLOE SALVESON, Managing Multimedia Editor and staff writer While the Xavier University Police Department’s (XUPD) investigation of the […]