The striking stucco house on the edge of campus was once the home of silent movie star Theda Bara. But students now have the leading role in the Villa ...
In what’s becoming a national trend, students are amassing huge amounts of credit card debt while still in school ...
Xavier’s won four of the last five games against rival Cincinnati. Only once in the 68-game history of the series have the Musketeers been so dominant...
A new program helps lay employees carry on the University’s Jesuit traditions...
As an organ transplant coordinator, Becky Scheve’s job is to convince families to give the ultimate gift—life ...
The Century Campaign ended in May, resulting in the most successful fund-raising effort in the 170-year history of the University
A long-dormant research facility is shooting to test the University’s athletes and score some data
Seeking to prevent any NCAA violations by overzealous boosters, the department of athletics compiled a brochure on what’s acceptable and what’s not
The volleyball team is looking to build on the success of the last few years as they carry high expectations into the season
The striking stucco house on the edge of campus was once the home of silent movie star Theda Bara. But students now have the leading role in the Villa
Jane Beck Sansalone, Edgecliff class of 1950 and member of Bellarmine Parish, traveled to Honduras last year. She filed this report:
For the last 20 years, Xavier’s Peace and Justice Program has preached, protested and plunged for a more peaceful world
Inside the Castle
Theology professor Gillian Ahlgren journeys to Spain seeking insight and inspiration from Teresa of Avila