The University expanded its academic service-learning semester program this year, sending 10 students to Ghana...
With their numbers reaching record lows, Xavier’s
Jesuits are turning to others to carry on their heritage...
Students find a mission teaching English to Africans who have moved to Cincinnati...
Prince Johnson II traces his family history back to West Africa...
Students studying abroad discover world is their classroom as they come face-to-face with different cultures, languages and people...
A landmark campus exhibit commemorates the late pope's impact on Catholic/Jewish relations...
Athletic Hall of Fame now under construction, set
to open this fall
The University expanded its academic service-learning semester program this year, sending 10 students to Ghana
There are at least two ways to make it through commencement: name by name, or person by person
Forty years later, Montessori still offering up new ways of teaching
New head coach Dan Simonds looks to rebuild baseball program
History professor Karim Tiro discusses his new class, "A History of the Pig in America"
Xavier faculty and staff quoted on new pope, fan loyalty, Ken Blackwell, etc.
Letters to the Editor
Kosovo, Marion Hall—the readers always write