By: Max Bruns ~Advertising Manager~ “Wait, you’re not considering St. Xavier?” My eighth grade teacher stood before my parents sternly, claiming that St. Xavier was the only school she felt was really equipped to give me a good education in Cincinnati. Having never sent a son to high school, my mom tells me now that she had no idea what my teacher was talking about at the time, but now she gets it. My teacher saw something in me. She saw something in me that needed the Jesuits. St. Xavier is a Jesuit high school in Cincinnati, situated not far … Continue reading My Jesuit education has left me with this
By: Saunta Anderson To observe the life of St. Francis Xavier, the university’s patron saint, Xavier’s Jesuit community and the Center of Faith and Justice sponsored events on Dec. 3 for community members, including a Mass, open house and discussion over tea and cookies. The events were an opportunity for the Xavier community to learn about St. Xavier’s legacy and his connection to the university. At noon, there was the seventh annual Mass for the Feast Day of St. Francis Xavier in Bellarmine Chapel. After the Mass, people were invited to meet the Jesuits at their residence, at 3844 Victory … Continue reading Xavier Community Celebrates St. Francis Xavier
By: Rachel Snodgrass *Editor’s note: The fence being constructed around the basketball courts costs approximately $170,000 and is funded by a private donor. Since the courts opened in fall of 2010, there have been 60 crimes reported near the courts, 47 of which were crimes of opportunity. As of now, community members will have to take a photo ID card to O’Connor Sports Center before getting an access card that will allow them to use the courts. When they are done playing, they must go back to O’Connor to return the card and get their ID back. Community members will … Continue reading Letter to the Editor: solidarity does not look like a fence
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