Women’s soccer picks up fifth win

By: Luke Feliciano ~Guest Writer~ The women’s soccer team had a strong performance in match play last week, collecting two wins and a loss. The victories included a thrilling last- second victory against Northern Kentucky and a close game against Youngstown State, improving the team’s record to 5-2-1. The Musketeers trailed the Norse 1-0 at halftime after an early goal in the 19th minute on Sept. 6. During the second half, the momentum would shift the opposite direction. Five minutes into the second half, junior forward Kenadie Carlson had the equalizing goal, her first of the season. The goal was assisted … Continue reading Women’s soccer picks up fifth win

NKU professor speaks about prison justice

By: Justin Worthing ~Staff Writer~ Northern Kentucky University Law Professor David Singleton visited Xavier on Feb. 24 to discuss mass incarceration and other flaws of the judicial system in Ohio. The event, sponsored by the Center for Interfaith Community Engagement and the Multicultural, Gender and Women’s Center, offered a brief introduction to some of the limitations of the current prison system and what to do to counteract them. Singleton began by noting an upward trend in the number of people incarcerated.  He told his audience that there were 11,644 people incarcerated in Ohio in 1962.  Now there are 50,616. He … Continue reading NKU professor speaks about prison justice