2021-2022 academic calendar to include traditional breaks and an early start date Written By: Joseph Cotton Xavier updated next year’s academic calendar on Friday, announcing that it plans to have mostly in-person classes for the fall semester and scheduling traditional breaks into the year. “Xavier anticipates to be back to mostly normal operations this fall,” Father Michael Graham, president, said in a message to the Xavier community. “We are simply better in-person. We proved that we could hold classes and live on campus during this academic year. Our aspiration is to return to a normal collegiate experience as quickly as … Continue reading Xavier plans to resume in-person instruction
By: Andrew Koch As the semester comes to a close, members of Student Government Association (SGA) evaluate the progress it has made this semester. SGA President junior Drew Dziedzic, Legislative Vice President senior Markus Lasky and Administrative Vice President senior Keenan Collins recently released an update on the progress their administration has made. As part of their goal for improving communication between the administration and students, the Executives created the Xavier Student Weekly email with University Communications that delivers news messages to all students each Monday morning. The Executives have also developed a new mobile Xavier app which includes student … Continue reading SGA evaluates its fall semester progress
By: Sabrina Brown Every year, there’s a particularly painful surge near the close of each semester. It begins right before Thanksgiving Break. We think that if we just make it to Turkey Day with our families, we’ll come back refreshed and ready to tackle whatever the last two or so weeks of classes have to throw at us. I hate to be the one to break it to you, but that’s a lie. We work through all the endless assignments up until Thanksgiving Break, only to find that we have two potentially more hellacious weeks ahead of us. We decide … Continue reading On the art of grumbling: Complaining misses the mark this time of year
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