Task Force forecasts a normal Fall

Students required to disclose vaccination status before returning to campus By Alex Budzynski, Editor-in-Chief Xavier’s COVID-19 Task Force announced last Thursday that the university is preparing for a typical Fall semester with in-person classes and campus activities. While vaccines will not be mandated at the beginning of the semester, the email announcement stated that all students are required to disclose their vaccination status to the university by the first day of classes, Aug. 16.  Using Med+Proctor, students must upload one of two documents: a copy of their COVID-19 vaccination card or a disclosure form affirming that they have chosen not … Continue reading Task Force forecasts a normal Fall

Spring woes continue for baseball team

By: Andrew Utz ~Staff Writer~ March has been hard on the Musketeers this season. Since March 24, the baseball team’s record has been 1-9. The single win came from an away game at Ohio University. The Musketeers totaled nine runs with 15 hits in the game against the Bobcats. Freshman Nate Soria went 3-for-6 at the plate, with three RBIs. Senior Eric Stiene pitched for the first four innings, only allowing five hits and two runs while on the mound. Senior reliever Zach Johnson recorded his first career win while striking out three and only allowing two hits and a … Continue reading Spring woes continue for baseball team

Men capture first conference road win

By: Brent Raines ~Staff Writer~ Xavier men’s basketball could not sustain its brief road success as the Musketeers fell to the Seton Hall Pirates 90-82 in a high-scoring, foul-plagued affair on Jan. 31 in South Orange, N.J. The loss knocked the Muskies to 14-8 overall and 5-5 in conference play, leaving them tied with DePaul for sixth in the standings. Just four days after picking up its first conference road win and a season sweep of 25th-ranked Georgetown, Xavier entered the Prudential Center with a chance to do the same against the reeling Pirates (15-6, 5-4) who have lost three … Continue reading Men capture first conference road win