By sophie boulter, World news Editor “You know,” I said earnestly to a close friend. “I’ve been on an authenticity kick lately. I’ve been obsessed with being real.” He laughed and indulged me, saying, “Don’t I know it.” But after … Continue reading I’m obsessed with being real
By Annalese Cahill, Guest Writer Xavier’s Strategic Plan is our seven-year road map that is lacking comprehensive student input. Many of you have heard the phrase “strategic plan” thrown around the last few months since the arrival of several new … Continue reading SGA seeks strategic student input
By ethan Nichols, Staff writer We often hear about the “Xavier Bubble,” yet most students don’t think much about it. But senior Economics and Philosophy, Politics and the Public (PPP) major Tom Grandon has decided to try and change that. Grandon was chosen to partake in the Arrupe Leaders program, which selects certain outstanding graduating seniors each year. The fall semester is spent on discernment and reflection, while the spring semester is spent creating and launching a senior legacy, or capstone, project. The program, named in honor of Fr. Pedro Arrupe, seeks to “help students understand the idea of vocation; … Continue reading Student leader bursts “bubble” on campus
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