Hall of Fame coming to GSC

By: Max Bruns ~Staff Writer~ The Gallagher Student Center renovations for a new student space will include the introduction of an innovative tribute to the intellectual achievements of Xavier University Alumni. Pitched by the Xavier University Arrupe Group, a group of dedicated seniors who have been nominated to work together on a board to create a legacy project for the school, the “Hall of Fame” is designed to pay tribute to notable members of the Xavier community. The Arrupe Group is formed every year from talented students who have contributed in a significant way to their group or club in … Continue reading Hall of Fame coming to GSC

AFJ takes office

By: Jessica Griggs ~Staff Writer~ On the evening of April 12, the new student government met in the Conaton Board Room as Andrew Redd, Fare Olagbaju and Josh DeVincenzo (AFJ) were officially sworn in as student government president, legislative vice president and administrative vice president, respectively.The members of AFJ each received gavels after they recited their oaths and then delivered short speeches of thanks and motivation for their coming term, which runs from April 12 to Dec. 31. Their speeches presented a common theme that will fuel the agenda for the new student government’s term: community. “Our biggest goal is … Continue reading AFJ takes office

A Diverse Perspective: Part I

In the past year, discussions regarding race, religion, gender and sexuality have played a major role in the national dialogue about diversity. At Xavier, approximately 26 percent of students are considered to be “multicultural students.” It’s no secret that a majority of students on this campus are white and Catholic, and yet hundreds of students on this campus come from other backgrounds: black, Latino, Asian, Muslim, LGBTQ and countless others. These articles are designed to provide a platform for a group of students to voice their concerns about diversity on Xavier’s campus. In the first part of our story, a … Continue reading A Diverse Perspective: Part I