Pro-life display defaced on campus

By Mo Juenger and Hunter Ellis, Print and Multimedia Managing Editors An LED display reading “Pro Woman, Pro Life,” co-sponsored by two Xavier clubs, appeared outside Hailstones Hall around 8 p.m. Wednesday night. By 2 a.m., the signage had been defaced.  The display featured balloons and signage from Xavier’s chapters of Students for Life (S4L) and the Network of Enlightened Women (NeW). The signage also displayed the name of national organization Feminists for Life, which does not have a chapter on Xavier’s campus.  According to the event details on EngageXU, the display was posted during a joint event from 7-9 … Continue reading Pro-life display defaced on campus

Creating a less-biased Xavier for all

BART leads discussions about important dialogue By: Bias Advisory and Response Team (BART) Certainly we all have biases, right? The answer to this rhetorical question is yes we all do indeed hold conscious or implicit biases or stereotypes that can negatively affect people we interact with everyday, whether in the office, classroom, residence hall, student organizations or on the playing field. Bias incidents happen to all kinds of people, yet something can be done to “de-bias” ourselves, as coined by MTVs’ seven-day race and gender bias cleanse. And so Xavier created BART to respond to and help prevent bias incidents … Continue reading Creating a less-biased Xavier for all