Advice from the editor Folks, pure joy comes when you just stop caring

By: Jonathan Hogue ~Opinions & Editorials Editor My fellow Musketeers, yesterday I signed up for my final semester of classes at Xavier. It occurred to me that I do not have a lot of time left to share some of my wisdom with those around me. So with the time I still have to make a difference, I am going to. My challenge to you: Just stop caring. As a senior, my list of worries dwindles the closer I get to graduation. This sounds crazy to some people, but I have three reasons for why this happens. First, no one … Continue reading Advice from the editor Folks, pure joy comes when you just stop caring

Staff editorial: election missteps

By: Editorial Staff ~Newswire~ Last week’s SGA election was a turning point for student government at Xavier. Caleb, Quigley and Kiana (CQK) were elected with only 8 percent of the undergraduate student body vote. This situation justifies the need for a frank discussion about the future of civic affairs on Xavier’s campus. Following the election, the Newswire reviewed the process and was saddened by the events that led up to the vote. Several major organizations on campus, the Newswire included, failed in their obligations to inform and engage the student body. This is no way meant as a criticism of … Continue reading Staff editorial: election missteps