Arrupe Leader tells untold stories

“I, too, am Xavier” social media campaign highlights students’ experiences By Erin Albright, Staff Writer Students of color within the Xavier community have been given a space to feel heard through the “I, too, am Xavier” social media campaign. Isabella Serna, a senior economics and Philosophy, Politics and the Public double major, started the campaign as her Arrupe Leaders legacy project, which began at the start of the school year.  Serna came up with the idea at the end of the fall semester, working over winter break to execute the finished product by the spring term. The social media effort … Continue reading Arrupe Leader tells untold stories

Biden announces gun reform plan

Ghost guns, red flag laws and pistol-stabilizing braces cause federal concern by erin albright, staff writer President Joe Biden announced extensive plans to begin executive action on gun reform last Thursday. The announcement came the same day of  a mass shooting that killed five people in South Carolina. Gun violence was a central issue of Biden’s presidential campaign, an issue he called an “international embarrassment” and “public health crisis.” The United States averages one mass shooting per day, as well as averages 120 guns per 100 people. The proposed action includes legislation to stop the sale of “ghost guns.” These … Continue reading Biden announces gun reform plan