Service remembers lost lives

By: Gina Carfagno ~Staff Writer~ For the first time, a Service of Remembrance is being held to provide the campus body with the opportunity to pray and reflect on lives lost during the course of the last year. The CFJ and Student Government Association will host this service at 4 p.m. on April 9 in Bellarmine Chapel. This event comes in the wake of two losses in the Xavier community, Dr. Chris Manolis and Dr. Phil Glasgow, both of the Williams College of Business, who passed away this past winter. Because of these recent deaths in the community, the service … Continue reading Service remembers lost lives

Xavier kicks off Golden Rule Week

By: Gina Carfagno ~Staff Writer~ Starting April 7, the Center for Interfaith Community Engagement kicked off Golden Rule Week.   This tradition originated in 2009 and was invented by Rabbi Abie Ingber to show the commonality between different faiths. For the first time, Golden Rule week will include several campus-wide activities. The campus will be decorated with 60 yard signs and 10 hanging signs that represent the 10 faith traditions that include a form of the Golden Rule in their religion.   “Most of the religious teachings, which have informed our students, faculty and staff, have been taught in a … Continue reading Xavier kicks off Golden Rule Week

Students facilitate business start-up series

By: Gina Carfagno ~Staff Writer~ The entrepreneurship New Venture Planning class will host a series of four lectures on the subject of entrepreneurship in conjunction with the LaunchCincy series in Price Hill, both faciltated by the class instructor, Professor Joseph Carter. Price Hill is an area of Cincinnati with a high unemployment rate. The series works to help people who cannot find jobs to create their own and has also begun working in Madisonville. “We are expanding the idea to make it so that even if you aren’t an entrepreneurship major or minor, you can still have the skills to … Continue reading Students facilitate business start-up series