Sean Miller introduced as Xavier’s head coach

By Joe Clark and Joe Laurich, Sports Editor and Staff Writer Sean Miller was introduced as the new Xavier men’s Head Basketball Coach on Friday. Miller replaces the outgoing Travis Steele, who parted ways with the school on March 16. “Today is one of the happiest and most exciting days of my life,” Miller said Miller previously coached at Xavier from 2004-2009, where he took the Musketeers to four NCAA Tournaments. After his stint at Xavier, he took over at Arizona where he was the coach through the 2020-21 season.  “To get back to a culture that I love and … Continue reading Sean Miller introduced as Xavier’s head coach

Weezer’s newest addition is a seed, not a flower

By Derek Swartzlander, Staff Writer Weezer has been on a roll. Spearheaded by the relentless creativity of frontman and songwriter Rivers Cuomo, the band released the fantastic orchestral album OK Human in January 2021. Just five months later, they released Van Weezer,a mediocre love letter to heavy metal, and participated in 2021’s Hella Mega Tour where they played across America with co-headliners Fall Out Boy and Green Day. Weezer’s prolificity has continued into 2022 with their “SZNZ” project, in which an EP will be released on the first day of every season with each EP representing the mood of each season. SZNZ: Spring is … Continue reading Weezer’s newest addition is a seed, not a flower

Column: Sexicon

SeX and Relationships, a BRAVE Column BY Caroline Dziubek, A BRAVE PEER EDUCATOR CONTENT WARNING: THIS POST DISCUSSES RAPE AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE As an English major, I’m big on words. Every time I write something, whether it be an essay, a poem or even a text, I think long and hard about what I want to say and what words I can use to say it. I care very deeply about my writing because I know that, in many ways, the words I choose reflect what kind of person I am, what I value and what I don’t. In the … Continue reading Column: Sexicon