By Grace Hamilton, Staff Writer The recent “vandalism” done to the pro-life display outside Bellarmine and the following response demonstrated a disgusting hypocrisy and double standard by the university and XUPD. The display, which read “PRO-WOMAN, PRO-LIFE,” was surrounded by … Continue reading What are we fighting for if not this?
By Joseph Cotton, Education & Enrichment Coordinator Hello Student Activities Council (SAC) friends, I have had a problem with your extravagant spending recently and am disappointed that my student activities fees are being misused. It seems as though every time … Continue reading Please stop wasting money
From Oxford to Xavier, Inczauskis brings perspective of the world to campus By Jesse Dolojan, Staff Writer Sporting a short sleeve black shirt and a clerical collar, David Inczauskis, S.J., has become a beloved face on campus. As a teacher, mentor and friend to students and his fellow Jesuits, he brings invaluable experiences from his time overseas to his philosophy and Spanish classes. “There are some great figures from the past, like Father Dunch and Father Norton, who were formed and taught at Xavier and went on to become Jesuits,” Inczauskis said. “I’m following in the footsteps of those great … Continue reading Faculty feature: David Inczauskis, S.J.
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