Xavier is working with its neighbors to ease years of tension and create a better community for all...
Ben Urmston, S.J., is retiring from the peace and justice programs he founded 25 years ago, leaving a legacy of courage and controversy...
For the Whitfords, the coaching life takes a backseat to the family life
Xavier is working with its neighbors to ease years of tension and create a better community for all
Students give up partying, vacations during spring break to help others
A new scholarship reflects a former vice president’s love of Xavier
Other That Reminds Me columns
Two of life’s funny things: cars, college and what each one says about who we are
The Art of Living
What is Art? In this case, a homeless window washer whose death offers a lesson in life, education and serving others
Letters to the Editor
Readers are writing
Dona Buel, associate professor of music, discusses the past, present and future of patriotic music
Food for Thought
Articles on Catholicism from other university magazines
The Wheat and the Chaff
News about Xavier that may not have garnered big headlines but is certainly worth noting
A passageway for diplomats and world leaders alike, this door is the first step to better cultural understanding. Where are you?