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Campus News

  • Student favorite “Cafsgiving” returned for 2021

    By Isiah Miesle, Guest Writer With the holiday season quickly approaching, Xavier is perking up in the spirit of the holidays.  One of the ways is “Cafsgiving,” which is a large, family-style […]

  • XU branches out with new initiative

    XU hopes to join the Arbor Day Foundation as a Higher Education Tree Campus By griffin Brammer, Digital Communications Manager Large, brightly colored price tags have been placed on trees around campus. […]

  • Learn more about SGA’s newly-elected senators

    By Chloe Salveson, Show Manager On Nov. 9, Newswire interviewed six of the nine newly-elected senators on the Student Government Association (SGA). These senators include: Erik Canady, Luka Grdinich, Jordyn Horne, Will […]

World News

  • Pincinnati promises historic fun

    By Ethan Nichols, Staff writer Running Dec. 3-5, Cincinnatians will be able to experience over 120 pinball machines, dating from as early as the 1930s. The event, dubbed “Pincinnati,” offers guests an […]

  • Belarus, Poland clashes continue

    Poland uses tear gas against migrants; EU agrees to broker cross-party talks By Sophie Boulter and Griffin Brammer, World News Editor and Digital Communications Manager Polish authorities used water cannons and tear […]

  • Britney Spears obtains freedom

    By Grace Hamilton, Staff Writer Britney Spears is free. On Friday, a Los Angeles judge dissolved the conservatorship that has dictated the pop icon’s life for almost 14 years. After a very […]

Opinions & Editorials

  • The Lighter Side

    Possom hostage crisis, Sophia Urine-ista Sophia Urista, the frontwoman of punk band Brass Against, has left some critics pissed after urinating on a fan’s face during a show (Nov. 11). Fossil fools: […]

  • Shark Tank is a dark comedy

    By Aidan Callahan, Back Page Editor A few years ago, I went through a Shark Tank phase where I watched the show religiously. For the uninitiated, Shark Tank is a reality show […]

  • The UN fails students

    By Ivy Lewis, Staff Writer Quality education is typically perceived as both a fundamental right for people and a pivotal resource for societies. Consequently, governments are usually required to ensure access to […]


Arts & Entertainment

  • Sugar Cookie Recipe

    By emily Croft, Staff writer Ingredients:  1 cup butter  1 teaspoon vanilla  1 cup sugar  2 teaspoon baking powder  1 large egg  3 cups flour Fun cookie-cutters Preheat oven to 400 degrees. […]

  • Tune into the Newswire staff’s top Christmas bops

    By Marty Dubecky, staff writer  As the semester wraps up and Thanksgiving approaches, it can only mean one thing: The Christmas season is upon us. In accordance with the Christmas spirit, the […]

  • Elders, wieners and Greeks, oh my!

    By Griffin Brammer, Digital Communications manager The one thing you should know about Aristophanes’ Lysistrata is that it is the original sex joke. It tells the story of the titular Lysistrata (played […]

The Back Page

  • Back Page 11/17/2021

    Santa is a class traitor As the Christmas season rolls on in (before you say it, no one cares about Thanksgiving — it’s Christmas time), it brings with it the holiday cheer […]

  • Gamer’s Guide to Campus NPCs

    By Sebastian Aguilar and Griffin Brammer, Staff Writer and Digital Communications Manager Manresa leader He acts as the game’s tutorial. He’ll teach you the ins and outs: how to heal at the […]

  • Back Page 11/4/21

    Bas-Squid-Ball Game By Trevor Tiemeyer, Staff Writer Being a rookie in the NBA, it is rather difficult to make your mark and get sponsorships. Well, not anymore — thanks to a new […]