Letter to the Editor: solidarity does not look like a fence

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

From the studio to the gallery Senior art students display comprehensive projects in theses exhibition

By: Katherine Colborn If you are interested in fine food, fine music and fine art, the Xavier University Department of Art will be providing an opportunity to enjoy all three at once. This Friday, three of Xavier’s seniors will be showing their work and hosting a reception with the Xavier University Art Gallery in the A.B. Cohen Center. Carly Renner, one of the students showcasing her work, described the importance of this night for her and her fellow students. “A senior thesis is a show to exhibit everything we’ve learned since (beginning at Xavier),” Renner said. “We’ve been preparing for … Continue reading From the studio to the gallery Senior art students display comprehensive projects in theses exhibition