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WNKU next in line of sold college stations

By: Kevin Thomas ~Staff Writer~ Joining Xavier as a university with now non-existent college radio waves, Northern Kentucky University (NKU) is selling its radio station, WNKU-FM, to Bible Broadcast Corp. for $1.9 million, according to a report from In 2005, Xavier sold WVXUFM and the X-Star Network to Cincinnati Public Radio Station for $15 … Continue reading

Millennials menace U.S. roads

By: Riley Head ~Staff Writer~ Recently AAA released a study stating that millennial drivers are the worst drivers. According to AAA’s Foundation for Traffic Safety, “88% of drivers 19- to 24-yearsold acknowledged engaging in risky behavior such as texting while driving, running red lights or speeding.” “I think we are very distracted drivers in general.” … Continue reading

Herbert McMaster becomes National Security Adviser after Flynn

By: Savin Mattozzi ~Staff Writer~ Former national security adviser and retired lieutenant general Michael Flynn, resigned last Monday when it was revealed that he had misled Vice President Mike Pence about communications he had with Russia’s ambassador concerning sanctions prior to President Trump’s inauguration. The communications in question were a series of phone calls in … Continue reading

President. Paris riots after policemen sodomize citizen

By: Trever McKenzie ~Staff Writer~ For many members of the Black community, a police encounter gone wrong is a prominent, shared fear. However, one Black man in Paris, identified only as Théo, was subject to this situation when four police officers assaulted him physically and sexually after he confronted them for slapping another young individual … Continue reading

“Roe” in Roe v. Wade dies at 69

By: Regina Wright ~Campus News Editor~ Norma McCorvey, also known as “Jane Roe” in the monumental Roe v. Wade U.S. Supreme Court case, has died at 69. McCorvey became the center of the abortion rights movement when she became pregnant for a third time at 22 years old and was unmarried, unemployed and fighting for … Continue reading

MHSA program wins sustainability award

By: Hannah Paige Michels ~Head Photo Editor~ Xavier’s Master of Health Services Administration (MHSA) graduate program has been recognized as having the top sustainability program in health management education practice for the second year in a row. The program was ranked and accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME). Xavier is … Continue reading

Ohio Innocence Project starts Xavier group The project focuses on justice for wrongful convictions

By: Erica Lampert ~Staff Writer~ Ohio Innocence Project has wanted to create an undergraduate group here at Xavier for several years to advocate for wrongful convictions in the criminal justice system. With the help of the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity’s President Lauren Morris, this will finally become a reality. The project is based out … Continue reading

Cincy Children’s Dance Marathon returns

By: Azl Saeed ~Staff Writer~ Dance, dance, dance the day and part of the night away saturday and do your part for Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Medical Center. From 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. the Xavier University Dance Marathon (XUDM) will shake the rafters of the Gallagher Student Center hosting the annual MuskieTHON fundraiser. The event … Continue reading

Diversity Reception helps students connect

By: Hannah Sgambellone ~Copy Editor~ Love may have been in the air for some last Tuesday, but many others discovered a wealth of business connections and networks. On Feb. 14 the Career Development Office and the Center for Diversity and Inclusion joined together to host the 11th annual Diversity Reception in Cintas Center. This event, … Continue reading

Students represent Xavier at Statehouse

By: Max Bruns ~Advertising Manager~ Xavier sent four students and two faculty memebers to take part in a display of what the university has to offer students in comparison to other schools on Feb. 8. Although Xavier is a private institution, the university still receives some support from the state. In fact, the Association of … Continue reading

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