A Year in Review: XU Student Involvement

By: Erica Lampert ~Staff Writer~ Xavier’s Office of Student Involvement has been busy this year as several new clubs were formed, several new activities were proposed and several new students came to make their mark. This year various clubs on campus had large numbers of students involved in their major activities and events. Well-known clubs and groups such as Student Activities Council (SAC) as well as clubs such as Home-X, seemed to have components that sparked mass student involvement. “African American Association has had a banner year this year, with strong attendance at events along with a very strong presence on … Continue reading A Year in Review: XU Student Involvement

XavierFest promotes new artists

By: Erica Lampert ~Staff Writer~  Xavier is hosting its fifth annual XavierFest for the student body on April 29, and it is rumored that this year will be the best yet. XavierFest originated as a new idea to help boost attendance to the Student Activities Council (SAC) events that the previous Cintas Concerts lacked. SAC did not want to completely get rid of the concert for students, but they wanted to stop wasting students’ money on something with low attendance. XavierFest wasnt meant to replace these concerts, however due to its success, SAC has allowed XavierFest to replace the Cintas Concerts … Continue reading XavierFest promotes new artists

SGA reaches deal with SAC

By: Nick Bergeman ~Staff Writer~ The Student Government Association (SGA) passed a resolution on Oct. 5 to allocate $20,000 to the Student Activities Council (SAC) to sponsor the XavierFest headliner, but SGA and SAC negotiated the terms of the agreement until Oct. 28, when the agreement was finalized. After SGA voted to approve the sponsorship, SAC then had to vote either for or against each proposed term, but SAC did not meet until Oct. 21, at which point it discussed concerns and voted to propose changes back to SGA. The original agreement called for a committee comprised of 60 percent … Continue reading SGA reaches deal with SAC