Photo op: Xavier MBB in Sweet 16

Taking a socially-distanced approach, the ceremony will look different By Emily Croft, Staff Writer Students speak up on their first Sweet 16 with Xavier. Newswire is asking: How have you seen campus change since our Sweet 16 berth, and who do we have to thank for this amazing season? “Jerome Hunter carried this. And Adam Kunkel — I’m a big Adam Kunkel fan… I think it’s really interesting to see how normally, you’d have a rebuilding year (as a coach) because you’re new, you don’t know these players. That’s your year to build. But it’s crazy to see how far … Continue reading Photo op: Xavier MBB in Sweet 16

Prof. Rhiney revives campus role

Professor Sean Rhiney has been selected for government relations position By Emily Croft, Staff Writer Sean Rhiney, a current professor in the Philosophy, Politics and Public (PPP) program and director of the Eigel Center, has been chosen to become Xavier’s new government relations director. Xavier’s government relations director plays a role in representing the University regarding government policy on the local, state and federal levels.  Rhiney officially began his role on Monday but continues to aid in the transition out of the Eigel Center as it looks for a new director. In addition to this new role, Rhiney will gain … Continue reading Prof. Rhiney revives campus role

English department adds professor

Dr. Nate Windon brings a new perspective and presence to the department By Emily Croft, Staff Writer The English Department’s newest addition, Dr. Nate Windon, already feels at home as a Musketeer. Coming to Xavier from Loyola University Maryland, Windon has been teaching at the collegiate level for a total of 10 years and doesn’t plan on stopping anytime soon.  Specifically, Windon has been hired as a Pre-1900s American Literature professor. His goal is to take this topic of American Literature and test the bounds of what students think.  “In all of the classes I teach, I try to broaden … Continue reading English department adds professor