Adult minors corrupting themselves

Technology has improved a lot since I was in high school. I remember when Snake was the pinnacle of entertainment that one could play on his or her phone. Now, I run an emulator on my smart phone so that I can play Legend of Zelda, Pokémon or Golden Sun. However, this rapid improvement can be a double-edge sword. My first phone did not have a camera, and my second one took pictures with roughly the same prowess as a potato. Now, my phone can take high quality pictures that correct for light and movement, or even take a video … Continue reading Adult minors corrupting themselves

News in Brief

By: Jessica Griggs ~Campus News Editor~ St. Louis Marathon winner disqualified for cheating The original winner of this year’s St. Louis Marathon, Kendall Schler, has been disqualified after officials discovered she cheated and did not run the full 26.2 miles of the race held on April 12. Officials have determined that Schler slipped onto the course at the last checkpoint in order to cross the finish line first. Both her title and her place in the Boston Marathon were revoked, and the title was given to Andrea Karl, the rightful winner. Indiana continues to see rise in HIV cases An … Continue reading News in Brief

CDO launches job search site for students

By: Andrew Koch ~Editor-in-Chief~ While searching for jobs can be a source of stress for college students, the Career Development Office (CDO) recently launched the new Hire-A-Muskie website to connect students looking for full- or part-time jobs to employers. The new site, which went live on March 9 and replaces Xavier’s eRecruiting system, allows students to upload resumes, cover letters and other employment materials such as writing samples and transcripts to a database of information available to potential employers. Many of these businesses are specifically looking to hire Xavier students and graduates. “Hire-A-Muskie is different from websites like because … Continue reading CDO launches job search site for students