HUB opening to kick off semester

Despite early delays, the building will be partially open in time for classes  Earlier this summer, Father Michael Graham, president, announced that a portion of the newest addition to Xavier’s campus, the Health United Building (HUB) will be opening on the first day of the fall semester, Monday, Aug. 19, which is earlier than expected … Continue reading HUB opening to kick off semester

Second Boeing 737 MAX 8 crashes

Campus expresses concerns about flying while the FAA grounds the 737 MAX Two Boeing airplane crashes within the last five months have left Xavier students hesitant to fly. “I fly four to six times per year,” sophomore communications and public relations double major Maureen Murray said. “This makes me hesitant to fly, but it probably … Continue reading Second Boeing 737 MAX 8 crashes

Pakistan releases Indian pilot

Pakistan released an Indian pilot as a gesture of peace toward India on Friday. In the days prior, two Indian jets had reportedly entered Pakistani airspace and were shot down. Wing Commander Abhi Nandan was downed in Pakistan territory and was captured by the Pakistani government. The other was shot down in Indian-controlled territory.   India … Continue reading Pakistan releases Indian pilot