Club Profiles

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Life After Sunday

By: Max Creager ~Staff Writer~ Life After Sunday (LAS) is a student led organization that focuses on living the Catholic faith beyond going to church on Sunday. The organization meets multiple times a week in order to pray the rosary, partake in Eucharistic adoration, organize student-centered mass, participate in power-hour prayer meetings and partake in … Continue reading

Yoga Club

By: James Neyer ~Copy Editor~ The Yoga and Holistic Awareness Club is a relaxing group that meets from 7 to 8 p.m. on Mondays in the Clock Tower Lounge of the Gallagher Student Center. As opposed to the yoga classes offered in O’Connor, Yoga Club focuses on the relaxation and stress relief that the exercise … Continue reading

Muskie Tigers

By: Max Creager ~Staff Writer~ Muskie Tigers is a student run organization centered on tutoring, mentoring and integrating refugees studying at Withrow High School (WHS). The refugees come from very diverse backgrounds including Central Africa, Central and South America and Nepal. The organization started when a group of Xavier students, fulfilling the service-learning component of … Continue reading

Profile: Student-Run Businesses

By: Emily Lingenfelter ~Guest Writer~ The Student-Run Business Program (SRB) at Xavier continues to offer opportunities for student and faculty members through its spectrum of services and employment. Located within the Sedler Family Center for Experiential Learning in Business, the program enables students to apply core knowledge and teamwork into real-life scenarios. Current operations include … Continue reading

Club Profile: XUTV

By: Regina Wright ~Staff Writer~ Xavier University’s Television Association (XUTVA) is one of Xavier’s largest media outlets run solely by students. XUTVA can be found in the Television Center studio located next to Brockman Hall. The studio is equipped with fully-functioning broadcast equipment such as studio cameras with teleprompters, a video switch board, a sound … Continue reading

Club Profile: The Montessori Club

By: Erica Lampert ~Staff Writer~ Xavier University Montessori undergraduates recently began a Montessori club to further their education outside the classroom and bring the Montessori philosophy to the Cincinnati community. “The Montessori Club is a new organization to Xavier that encompasses Maria Montessori’s philosophy of education, the sharing of our educational experiences thus far and … Continue reading

News in Brief

By: Meredith Francis ~Campus News Editor~ President Obama delivers State of the Union address President Barack Obama delivered his sixth State of the Union speech before Congress on Jan. 20. The President’s speech touched on various domestic and international issues, such as cyber security, climate change, economic growth and the conflict with ISIS. Obama devoted … Continue reading

Club profile: Outdoor Club

By: Max Bruns ~Staff Writer~ Xavier’s Outdoor Club provides students with the opportunity to participate in a variety of outdoor sports and activities, learn new skills and meet other outdoor enthusiasts. “I’m really thrilled to be a part of Outdoor Club because it has allowed me to connect with other students with similar interests and … Continue reading

Club Profile: Xavier’s Club Boxing

By: Sarris Balcerzak ~Copy Editor~ While most XU students are getting ready for basketball season, Xavier’s Club Boxing is preparing for its first fight night against UC and Miami on Oct. 25. The team hopes to continue its tradition of victory as it is used to “crushing” both Miami University and rival UC, junior Garrett … Continue reading

Club Profile: Animals, People and the Earth at Xavier

By: Andrew Koch ~Editor-in-Chief~ Animal lovers and environmentalists alike can take advantage of Animals, People and the Earth at Xavier (APEX), a student organization that works to raise awareness about animal rights and the ways in which human activity impacts the environment. Emily Myers, president of APEX, said that the group hopes to educate people … Continue reading