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Campus News

  • 4/25/22 SGA Notes

    Courtesy of chloe salveson Cincinnati Council Member Meeka Owens spoke with the Senate regarding Cincinnati’s climate action, equity, infrastructure and community engagement plans.  The Senate reviewed Xavier’s new anti-hazing policy — a […]

  • Art department announces minor

    Arts administration program focused on business is slated to release in the fall by mattie cieplak, staff writer Starting next fall, Xavier will offer a new minor, the Xavier Arts Administration Program […]

  • Student leader bursts “bubble” on campus

    By ethan Nichols, Staff writer We often hear about the “Xavier Bubble,” yet most students don’t think much about it. But senior Economics and Philosophy, Politics and the Public (PPP) major Tom […]

World News

  • Travel mask mandate struck down

    Masks no longer required for travel on most airlines, Metro following ruling by griffin brammer, show manager The Transportation Security Administration will no longer enforce the Biden administration’s federal mask mandate for […]

  • The Lighter Side

    Weenie without a weiner, cat marriage by ethan nichols, u.s. & world news editor An Illinois man has been hospitalized after shooting own weiner. An Illinois man shot  his own weiner after […]

  • Grand Rapids police shoot Lyoya

    by morgan miles, staff writer Patrick Lyoya, a 26-year-old Black Congolese refugee, was killed in Grand Rapids, Mich. He was shot in the back of the head by a White police officer […]

Opinions & Editorials

  • Monopoly: More than a game

    by kate ferrell, outgoing arts & entertainment editor Monopoly. It’s a game of strategy, chance, luck and wit. If you haven’t played it, I implore you to grab a group of three […]

  • Row your boat aggressively down that stream

    by joseph cotton, outgoing education and enrichment coordinator My college experience has felt like a cycle of failure. My boat has definitely been flipped over more than once. I’m pretty sure I […]

  • Art is the most important thing

    by aidan callahan, outgoing back page editor Life is frickin’ hard, man.  It seems silly to say it so plainly; we all know how rough it is out here. It’s not just […]

Sports

  • Joe Clark reflects on his Xavier career

    Sporting events, education and lifelong friends define Joe’s Xavier experience by joe clark, outgoing sports editor Everyone has different reasons for choosing a college. Some may be better than others, but I […]

  • Women’s golf takes home another Big East title

    by jake geiger, staff writer Xavier women’s golf won the Big East Championship last weekend at the Callaway Mountain View Course in Pine Mountain, Ga. to make it their third straight conference […]

  • Boston Marathon makes yearly return

    Kenyan runner Evans Chebet takes home first Boston Marathon win since 2019 By Joe Clark, Sports Page Editor The 126th Boston Marathon took place last Monday, returning to its usual April date […]

Arts & Entertainment

  • A&E Singles 4/28/22

    by spencer de tenley, multimedia managing editor Lorde responded to backlash for shushing fans during a concert by saying she doesn’t want anyone to “stress too hard” and that her shushing was […]

  • Fan favorites set to return Aronoff

    By mattie cieplak, staff writer Broadway in Cincinnati announced last Wednesday the 2022-2023 season of shows that will be performed onstage at the Aronoff Center. The lineup, which includes shows that have […]

  • Aronoff’s Frozen is anything but a “Fixer Upper”

    By Avery Strychasz, staff writer As the lights began to dim and all the little Elsas in the audience were eagerly shushed by their parents, the barriers between the Aronoff Center and […]

The Back Page

  • Back Page 4/20/2022

    Dear Almanzo, These last weeks as a first-year are the worst weeks of my life! Nothing is going right. I need to write two 10-page essays in the next two weeks. That’s […]

  • Back Page 4/7/22

    Muskiemon by Spencer de Tenley In Xavier’s new trading card game “Muskiemon,” fight and collect your favorite Muskie characters while building the ultimate team. Here’s a little sneak peek of a couple […]

  • Back Page 3/31/2022

    The Back Page takes over Newswire By The Back Page, The Best Page I, The Back Page, have been cast out and abandoned like a wolf at the back of the pack. […]