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A guide to the provost candidates

By: Soondos Mulla-Ossman ~Staff Writer~ The university is currently waiting for the final decision on who Xavier’s next provost will be held March 28 and March 31. The forums were designed to generate student feedback, but ultimately the administration has the final decision. Not everyone was able to attend the forums, however, so some might … Continue reading

Fairfield mother confronts deportation

By: Ellen Siefke ~Managing Editor~ A Fairfield woman faces deportation to Mexico today after the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals denied her case for a stay of removal. Maribel Trujillo-Diaz, who has resided illegally in the country since 2002, is a mother of four children ranging in age from 3 to 14. A member … Continue reading

Left- and right-wing protestors clash in Berkeley

By: Savin Mattozzi ~Staff Writer~ Clashes broke out in Berkley, Calif., on Saturday when pro- Trump and anti-Trump protestors crossed a police line and attacked each other. According to authorities, 11 were injured, and seven had to be transported to area hospitals. An additional 21 were arrested, some on weapons charges. In a video posted … Continue reading

This is the advice I leave you with

By: James Hogan ~Staff Writer~ I am now four weeks away from being a college graduate. In the last four years, I more or less grew up. I should be thanking the university for the incredible opportunity I have been given or thanking professors who have shaped me into being a thoughtful citizen, but my … Continue reading

Sport management struggles

By: Kyle Tooley ~Sports Editor~ This is a story about an ignored group of people. This is a story about brave souls that have been ridiculed throughout their entire college careers. This is a story about following your heart, even when no one else believes in you. It was April of 2013, and I had … Continue reading

Free press under a Trump administration A journalist’s rising concern for the state of American media

By: Savin Mattozzi ~Staff Writer~ “Sometimes we can disagree with the facts.” This is not a satire skit, nor is it a quote from a silly movie. These were the exact words from the press secretary to the President of the United States of America when commenting on the size of the audience at the … Continue reading

Prioritize happiness and cherish the memories

By: Luke Byerly ~Managing Editor~ People expect me to tell you that Xavier is special to me because of some sappy reason that distinguishes us from other schools. The administration would probably love that, but something like that would be a lie. It would be misleading if I told you that I really love this … Continue reading

Cavs, Warriors favorites in NBA Playoffs

By: Donnie Menke ~Staff Writer~ The NBA Playoff picture is finally set, after a dramatic finish to close the regular season. The Boston Celtics managed to overtake the Cleveland Cavaliers for the top seed in the Eastern Conference, despite Cleveland holding the spot for most of the year. The Portland Trail Blazers clinched the final … Continue reading

Lowther named top prospect

By: Jack Dunn ~Staff Writer~ The Xavier Musketeers have their first-ever ranked baseball prospect, with junior left-handed Zac Lowther ranking number 99 on Baseball America’s Top 100 MLB Draft Prospects list. Lowther moved into the rotation after making 12 appearances his freshman year. He ranked fourth on the team with a .247 ERA and an … Continue reading

Track and field sets school records on west coast trip

By: Julia Haber ~Staff Writer~ The Xavier track and field team had a busy schedule this past weekend. While a few athletes competed in the All- Ohio Championships at the University of Cincinnati, the remainder of the team started off the weekend across the country in Azuza, Calif., in the Bryan Clay Invitational on April … Continue reading