Graham gives an early goodbye

The longest-serving president in Xavier’s history will retire on June 30, 2021 Father Michael Graham, president, has been at the helm of Xavier University for more time than most firstyear students have […]

New department awaits name

Following a merger in Fall 2019, GDST and sociology prepares for first prof. Xavier University’s Gender and Diversity Studies Program (GDST) and Sociology Program have merged to form a new department. The […]

Dining hours get a new design

Auxiliary Services creates a calender to make on-campus options organized Auxiliary Services has implemented a new system to rectify discrepancies between the listed operating times of on-campus dining options from ConneX. Between […]

TPUSA tries to take over SGA

Turning Point USA attempted to interfere in Xavier’s executive election By Charlie Gstalder, Staff Writer Conservative group Turning Point USA (TPUSA) unsuccessfully attempted to interfere in Xavier University’s Student Government Association Executive […]

SGA Senate Elections

This year, the Board of Elections has decided to combine the Senate elections with the Executive election. Both will be happening on Wednesday, Nov. 6. The students who have applied to be […]

CPP Platform

There is one ticket running for the executive positions in Student Government Association this year. However, the ticket must receive at least 50% of the student body vote and one additional vote […]

SGA Exec campaign commences

After last year’s four tickets, one team is running for the executive positions There is one ticket running for the executive positions in Student Government Association this year. However, the ticket must […]

A rabbi calling from the dark

Norman Finkelstein honored for 40 years contributions to Jewish studies By Kevin Thomas | Editor-in-Chief A consortium of faculty, staff, students, scholars and creatives from Xavier, Hebrew Union College (HUC) and the […]

Student involvement decreases

Alternative Breaks, SGA and other groups seeing lower student engagement By Mo Juenger, Staff Writer Student involvement is drastically decreasing this academic year, and organizations around campus are seeing fewer applications to […]

Your school, your questions

Administrators respond to concerns about campus safety, diversity By Heather Gast | Managing Editor The Student Government Association’s (SGA) Your School Your Questions event entered its fourth year on Tuesday. This year’s […]