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Campus News

  • Canvas adds Student Success and Equity course

    By Marty Dubecky, Staff Writer The Student Success Equity and Inclusion Canvas page aims to provide ample resources for underrepresented students at Xavier. The page was established in May 2021 by student […]

  • SGA Notes 9/20/2021

    XUPD Chief Robert Warfel addressed the Senate about improving security measures on campus. XUPD plans to improve camera capabilities on top of other safety measures.   Graduate assistant Emma Cesar, manager of […]

  • XU presents Cincy mayoral debate

    Cintas Center hosted the first Cincinnati mayoral debate on Tuesday night By Ethan Nichols, Staff Writer Xavier hosted the Cincinnati mayoral debate between Democrats David Mann and Aftab Pureval on Tuesday  night […]

World News

  • The Lighter Side

    Rueful Rick rapping, Sunday sabbatarianism A woman known for rapping about Rick and Morty over her mom’s casket stated that her rapping was “therapeutic” for her (Sept. 17). The Taliban have requested […]

  • Oktoberfest: A Zinzinnati delight

    Oktoberfest Zinzinnati replaces Munich’s Oktoberfest as largest in the world By tess Dankoski, Staff Writer Cincinnati hosted the largest Oktoberfest in the world last weekend. From last Thursday afternoon to Sunday night, […]

  • Milley calls Li over Trump concerns

    By Ivy Lewis, Staff Writer U.S. General Mark Milley contacted Chinese military leader General Li Zuocheng twice in the final months of the Trump administration to mitigate tensions and reduce the risk […]

Opinions & Editorials

  • Stop changing sports rules

    By Spencer Tracy, Guest Writer Over the past three years, professional sports leagues such as the NFL and MLB have been making ridiculous rule changes in an attempt to “help” the sports. […]

  • Remembering Norm MacDonald

    By Aidan Callahan, Back page editor “The only thing an old man can tell a young man is that it goes fast, real fast, and if you’re not careful it’s too late. […]

  • Xavier lets White supremacists win

    By Charlie Gstalder, Opinions page editor Xavier is letting White supremacists win. On Sept. 5, a White supremacist hate group vandalized Xavier. This is the fourth time in the past year that […]


  • Volleyball goes 1-1 against rivals

    Xavier lost a road match to Cincinnati before returning home to beat  the RedHawks By katie Sanchez, Guest Writer Xavier women’s volleyball lost to crosstown rival Cincinnati on Thursday night but came […]

  • USWNT wins 8-0 in friendly in Cincy

    By Joe Laurich, Staff Writer The USA Women’s National Soccer Team (USWNT) played an international friendly at TQL Stadium in Cincinnati on Tuesday night, beating Paraguay 8-0 in a blowout. The star […]

  • Analysis: 2021 MLB surprises and dissapointments

    The Red Sox and Giants impress while Padres and Braves fail to meet expectations By Luke Servello, Guest Writer The marathon that is the MLB season is entering the home stretch. Just […]

Arts & Entertainment

  • Gala patrons illustrate patriotism

    By Griffin Brammer and Caroline Palermo, Staff Writers The Met Gala rolled around once again, and this year, it brought the theme of “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion.” While some celebrities […]

  • Musgraves gifts fans with new album

    By emily Croft, Staff Writer Kacey Musgraves gifted the public her jaw-dropping album Star-Crossed, consisting of 15 songs that follow the emotions with which Musgraves grappled in her recent divorce from singer-songwriter […]

  • Thank you, Jonas Brothers

    By olivia Valkner When I heard the Jonas Brothers were coming to Cincinnati, I knew that I had to round up my friends and go.   I have been in love with them […]

The Back Page

  • Back Page 9/23/2021

    The Blob Tank By Avery Strychasz, Staff writer Following an anonymous tip, we here at The Back Page have uncovered a secret underground organization: The D’Artagnan Investment Fund. Unlike The D’Artagnan Capital […]

  • Back Page 9/16/2021

    D’Artagnan’s Riddle Corner By Tess Brewer and Owen Miguel What is hard to understand, annoying to be a part of and funny to watch? Father, no kin; pie, all crust; common no […]

  • Back Page 9/9/2021

    Alternative fantasy sports to try By Grady Boris, Guest Writer As fall rapidly approaches, so too does football season. And as football season rapidly approaches, so too does fantasy football season. But […]