Student Announcements

  • Sustainability Summer Camp - 9 hours ago | 85 views

    Posted: 3/6/15 11:13 AM

    Rising 9th-12th graders can spend a week at Xavier learning how Cincinnati residents, business owners and civic officials are solving large-scale environmental challenges. Take field trips into the community to explore some of our region's environmental success stories. Canoe on the Mill Creek, tour Carriage House Farm, operate compost tubs and learn how Xavier is going to zero food waste. The camp is from June 15-19. Register by May 15. View the flier to learn more or contact Kathleen Smythe at smythe@xavier.edu.

    For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/announcements/deliver.cfm?file=152886-10572-1-Sustainability_Camp_Flyer.revised.pdf

  • Christopher Collins, SJ, Conaton Board Rm, 7:00 pm. . . - 11 hours ago | 87 views

    Christopher Collins, SJ, Conaton Board Rm, 7:00 pm, Mar 11

    Posted: 3/6/15 9:41 AM

    Rev Christopher Collins, SJ, will give an E/RS lecture at 7:00 pm on March 11 in the Conaton Board Room.  His lecture is "Living as Loved Sinners: The Primacy of Humility in the Spiritual Exercises."  Rev. Collins received an M.A in history from St. Louis University and an MDiv and an STL from the Weston Jesuit School of Theology in Cambridge, Massaschusetts. He served as a pastor on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota.  Presently he is an assistant professor of theology at St. Louis University.  His publications include, The Word Made Love: The Dialogical Theology of Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI (Liturgical Press, 2013.

  • Theology class on Teresa of Avila about to start - 11 hours ago | 126 views

    Posted: 3/6/15 8:58 AM

    The 500th anniversary of Teresa's birth provides a unique moment to explore her vision of spirituality and reform and what it has to offer us today.  Teresa of Avila (1515-1582) was one of the most prolific mystical writers in the history of Christianity.  Writing during a time when the Spanish Inquisition censored many books on spirituality, Teresa encountered many obstacles in her attempt to realize her vocation as a theologian and reformer.  Now widely respected and revered as the “doctor of prayer,” scholars and the faithful alike find a wealth of meanings in her message.  The course makes use of theology, history, spirituality, and women's studies to understand the impact Teresa had on her contemporaries and what her reforming vision can teach us today.  THEO 228 meets Thursday evenings, 5:30 to 9:15, from March 12 through May 7.  For more information see attached flyer or contact ahlgren@xavier.edu.

    » View Course Flyer

  • National WebCheck (fingerprinting) unavailable unt. . . - 12 hours ago | 90 views

    National WebCheck (fingerprinting) unavailable until Tuesday

    Posted: 3/6/15 8:30 AM

    National WebCheck is conducting routine service of its system over the next few days.  Consequently, Xavier Police will not be able to process background checks until Tuesday, March 10th, @9:00a.m.

    XUPD apologizes for the inconvenience.

  • Special Election for SGA Senate Vacancies! - 1 day ago | 90 views

    Posted: 3/5/15 2:15 PM

    The Board of Elections will host a special election on March 25-26 for vacancies in fall 2015. Students interested in running for one of the open positions must attend an information session THIS week. Sessions are at the following times:

    Monday, March 9 at 6pm in Gallagher 210
    Wednesday, March 11 at 4pm in Gallagher 210
    Thursday, March 12 at 1:30pm in Gallagher 210

    If you are interested and unable to make it to one of these sessions, please contact Board chair Stephen Coulter (coulters@xavier.edu) as soon as possible.

  • Death in the Xavier Community - 1 day ago | 416 views

    Posted: 3/5/15 11:03 AM

    Vernon Phelps, father of Kelly Phelps, Chair of the Department of Art passed away on Monday, March  2. Visitation is Saturday, March 7 at the New Wiley U.M.C in New Castle, IN. 

     

    For more information: http://www.thecouriertimes.com/obituaries/article_8ea4c874-c2b4-11e4-b684-b336172d4a5f.html

  • Xavier will host the 2015 Neighborhood Summit Marc. . . - 3 days ago | 320 views

    Xavier will host the 2015 Neighborhood Summit March 6th- 7t

    Posted: 3/3/15 12:52 PM

    The 2015 Neighborhood Summit is a gathering of civically engaged residents that recognize the value of working together to make all our neighborhoods stronger, more welcoming places to live!  The theme of the Neighborhood Summit is Collaboration Erases Boundaries.  Join us at the Cintas Center for two exciting days of networking, and resource sharing across neighborhood boundaries. 

    March 6th 6:30pm -8:30pm - The Kick-off Dinner featuring City Manager Harry Black

    March 7th 8am - 3:30 pm - The Neighborhood Summit

     

    For more information: http://www.investinneighborhoods.com/summit.html

  • Anderson & Roe Piano Duo Performing March 8 - 3 days ago | 106 views

    Posted: 3/3/15 9:57 AM

    Revolutionizing the piano duo experience for the 21st century, Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Joy Roe continue the Xavier Classical Piano Series on Sunday, March 8 at 2:30 p.m. in Gallagher Theater. They will be performing many works, including their own arrangements of Mozart, Bach, Radiohead, and Bernstein. Anderson & Roe are Steinway artists.

    Tickets can be purchased online or by calling 513-745-3162. A reception with cash bar and light bites will follow the performance in the new Xavier University Center for Innovation. The Center for Innovation is located near Listermann Brewery, at the intersection of Dana Ave and Woodburn Ave/Francis Xavier Way.

    For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/news/Anderson-Roe-Piano-Duo-coming-March-8.cfm#.VPXLDLPF9nc

  • Hamilton College Choir Performing March 20 at Bell. . . - 3 days ago | views

    Hamilton College Choir Performing March 20 at Bellarmine

    Posted: 3/3/15 9:53 AM

    The Hamilton College Choir will be performing at Bellarmine Chapel on Friday, March 20 at 7:30 p.m. The performance features the College Choir, College Hill Singers, and the Hamilton College Barbershop Quartet, with repertoire by Pinkham (“Festival Magnificat”), Whitacre (“I thank you, God”), Bach (“Alles was Odem hat”), Brahms (“Der bucklichte Fiedler”), Rorem (selections from “From an Unknown Past”) and more. The choir is under the direction of G. Roberts Kolb, Professor of Music at Hamilton College.

    For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/news/Hamilton-College-Choir-Performing-March-20.cfm?grp_id=31#.VPXKTLPF9nc