In July, Brian Till becomes the new dean of the Williams College of Business, bringing with him Jesuit values, business vision and foreign exposure
Coming from humble beginnings and receiving a lot of help along the way, Don Klekamp learned a valuable lesson in scholarship—return the favor
The men's and women's golf teams are finding a new home on the range, only this one is indoors
Fr. Graham offers graduates some words of wisdom during his Baccalaureate Mass: Remember. Celebrate. Believe.
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On the Road
The history of Jesuit pilgrimages dates back to St. Ignatius, but only recently have they been revitalized
Xavier welcomed in spring this year with the Hindu celebration of Holi in which participants shower each other with water and dry paint to create a colorful and fun-filled festival
Learning to Trust: Ryan Masterson
The long road to becoming a Jesuit includes a journey of self-discovery—and trust
Where is George Budde?
George Budde was the last American soldier killed in WWI, but no one is sure what happened to his body