Student Announcements

  • The ALL FOR ONE SHOP sells Alta Gracia - 1 day ago | 285 views

    Posted: 4/25/15 1:29 PM

    Alta Gracia is a company that addresses fair-trade work, and one of its missions is to better the lives and maintain the dignity of all their employees. Within their factories of the Dominican Republic, where they have revamped one particular abandoned facility, they changed the face of the facory worker's treatment. The Dominican Republic has high rates of poverty as well as several sweatshops but Alta Gracia establishes better working conditions and provides a living wage (which is estimated over three times that of minimum wage in there) for all their workers.

    Here is a heart-warming video of some workers receiving their first paychecks:

    Xavier's mission of "Men and Women for others" has some strong ties to maintaining human dignity. The ALL FOR ONE SHOP sells  Alta Gracia apparel with both men and women selections! Consider checking it out at the ALL FOR ONE SHOP in ustation!? Also to see what else Alta Gracia up to, check this out:

    For more information:

  • 2015-2016 Winter-Cohen Family/Brueggeman Fellows - 2 days ago | 258 views

    Posted: 4/24/15 2:52 PM

    2015-2016 Winter-Cohen Family/Brueggeman Fellows

    The 2015-2016 Winter-Cohen Family/Brueggeman Fellows have been chosen.

    The students will engage in a year of independent research followed by an immersion/research trip. They will also participate in an interdisciplinary learning community at the Center for the entire academic year. The Fellows are a diverse group, representing all three colleges at Xavier.

    The new Brueggeman Fellows are:

    Rachel Fletcher, Class of 2017

    Biology Major

    Sustainable Alternatives: Brassica Biofumigation

    Immersion/Research Trip: Australia

    Anna Harty, Class of 2016

    Gender and Diversity Studies Major

    Role of Women in Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding

    Immersion/Research Trip: Indonesia, New Guinea

    Abigail Maristela, Class of 2016

    Psychology and Sociology Major

    Current and Impending Fate of Environmental Refugees in the Pacific Islands

    Immersion/ResearchTrip: Pacific Islands

    Daniel Newman, Class of 2017

    Biology Major

    Species Conservation and the Role of Socioeconomic and Cultural Context

    Immersion/Research Trip: India, Nepal

    Sarah Ochieng, Class of 2017

    Political Science, English Major

    Ending Early Child Marriages in Africa

    Immersion/Research Trip: Africa, South Africa

    Alison Trianfo, Class of 2017

    PPP and International Studies Major

    Cultural and Legal Responses to Gender-Based Violence

    Immersion/Research Trip:  Eastern Europe or Latin America



  • Don't Tell Anna Senior Show TONIGHT! - 2 days ago | 182 views

    Posted: 4/24/15 10:59 AM

    Join Don't Tell Anna, Xavier's improv comedy troupe, for our last show of the semester tonight at 9 p.m. in Kennedy Auditorium in the CLC. Our seniors, Laura Birckhead, Meredith Francis, and Alex Spindler, have selected their favorite games for the troupe to play. It's going to be a fun night, so come help us send off our seniors!

  • Solidarity Semester: Nicaragua Newsletters - 3 days ago | 118 views

    Posted: 4/24/15 2:13 AM

    The students who studied in Nicaragua on the Solidarity Semester have returned!  Find out what they have been up to all semester by reading their newsletters here: 

    Also, join them May 1st in Kennedy Auditorium at 4:00pm for their presentation discussing their experiences, including coursework and their community involvement.  For any questions, contact Dr. Walker Gollar, or the CIE, x2864.

  • Come Tie-Dye a T-Shirt with XU Sustainability! - 3 days ago | 173 views

    Posted: 4/23/15 10:30 PM

    It’s Tie-Dye time!

    Join the Xavier Sustainability Interns out on the South Yard from 3 – 5pm on Friday, April 24th, to tie-dye t-shirts! T-shirts will be provided for those who don’t have any, but you can BYOS—bring your own shirt—and spruce up some of your old t-shirts while having some artsy fun! (Pale or white shirts work best for tie-dying!)

    We can’t wait to see you there!

  • News from the Office of the President - 3 days ago | 460 views

    Posted: 4/23/15 2:07 PM

    There is sad news from the Office of the President. Fr. Graham is traveling home to Cedar Rapids, IA today after receiving the news that his father, Don Graham, passed away last evening.

    Visitation is Friday, April 24, 2015 from 4:00 p.m.-6:30 p.m. (prayer service at 6:00 p.m.) at the Teahen Funeral Home, 3100 F Ave. NW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52405.

    A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 25, 2015 at St. Wenceslaus Church?, 1224 5th St. SE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52401.

    Please keep Fr. Graham and his family in your prayers.

  • My Masulinity Helps... - 3 days ago | 316 views

    Posted: 4/23/15 1:36 PM

    In honor of Sexual Assualt Awareness Month, The Multicultural, Gender and Women's Center, Title IX, The National Pan-Hellenic Council and GOAL will be co-sponsoring My Masculinity Helps. There will be a discussion of how men can become advocates for women, who have been sexually assaulted, and helps prevent future attacks. The director of the My Masculinity Helps Documentary will be in attendance to conduct a question and answer. So please come out on Monday, April 27, 2015 at 6PM in Kennedy Auditorium (CLC 412).

    For more information:

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  • FREE COOKOUT ON FRIDAY!!!!!! - 3 days ago | 448 views

    Posted: 4/23/15 1:27 PM

    Join the National Pan-Hellenic Council as we close the year out with our Final Friday Cookout with the Black Student Association! There will be free food, popsicles and music. So come out on Friday, April 24, 2015 from 5-7PM in front of Husman Stage to celebrate the closing of the academic school year!


  • Last Week for Campus Climate Survey - 3 days ago | 94 views

    Posted: 4/23/15 12:43 PM

    Xavier's 2015 Campus Climate Survey for Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence closes this Thursday, April 30th at 5pm. Don't miss this opportunity to provide your feedback on Xavier's prevention and response systems. Your responses are critical and impact future efforts. Click here to complete the anonymous, 10-minute survey.

    For more information:

  • Publish Your Paper in XJUR - Deadline Extended to . . . - 3 days ago | 169 views

    Publish Your Paper in XJUR - Deadline Extended to May 1st

    Posted: 4/23/15 12:03 PM

    Xavier Journal of Undergraduate Research (XJUR) Deadline for Submissions Extended to May 1st
    The Xavier Journal of Undergraduate Research invites students from all majors and programs to submit research papers and/or creative works for consideration in the 2015 edition of the journal.  Student work in the fields of art, music, theater, English, classics, biology, chemistry, physics, communication arts, mathematics, computer sciences, economics, modern languages, political science, history, philosophy, sociology and theology will be considered. For submission guidelines, or for more information, visit the XJUR website at 

    Three important things to know before submitting: 
    • ?The New Submission Deadline is May 1, 2015.
    • Before submitting your paper, you should e-mail a professor to ask them if they are willing to sponsor your paper.  To submit, all you need to do is list the name of your faculty sponsor - no letter or additional action is required. 
    • You can submit your papers using the following link:

    For more information:

  • Ambassador of Latvia speaking at Xavier May 4 - 3 days ago | 153 views

    Posted: 4/23/15 11:24 AM

    What's happening in Russia and Ukraine and what does it mean for the USA? Hear from a neighbor through the Latvian Ambassador to the United States, Andris Razans.

    On Monday, May 4 we will meet with this distinguished and active participant in modern diplomacy, whose country was part of the Soviet Union 24 years ago.

    This dinner/dialogue will take place in the Schiff Family Conference Center at Cintas.  The fee is $30 for FPLC members, and $35 for non-members.  Please see the payment procedure, and other information, on the included flyer. 

    Co-sponsored by the Brueggeman Center for Dialogue, FPLC/Foreign Policy Leadership Council, Greater Cincinnati World Affairs Council, AJC/American Jewish Committee, and EACC/European American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Cincinnati.  

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  • Running of the Toast! - 3 days ago | 182 views

    Posted: 4/23/15 10:27 AM

    What on earth is Running of the Toast??!!

    Well, if you like obstacles course, great food, and the chance to win prizes, all while donating to a great cause, then come check it out!  Friday, April 24th from 2:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.  

    All donations accepted will be given to Children's Hospital to fund games and toys for children staying at the hospital.

    Here is our Facebook event if you would like to join or get more information!


  • DONUTS, DONUTS, DONUTS!!!!!!!! - 4 days ago | 430 views

    Posted: 4/22/15 11:47 PM

    Do you like donuts and other tasty pastries? Thursday (April 23) morning from 7am-12pm on the first floor of Gallagher will be a pastry sale featuring Busken's donuts, cakes, cookies and other pastries for just one dollar! Please come support Xavier's Pastries for Power Up club that raises money to build solar wells in Ethiopia! Don't forget to come check it out! We accept cash and X-cash. We will be seeing you in GSC!

  • Paint a Flowerpot, Plant a Seed! - 4 days ago | 182 views

    Posted: 4/22/15 5:46 PM

    Plant the seed of loving the earth in your heart and in a beautiful flowerpot—that you can decorate yourself!

    Xavier Sustainability will be holding a flowerpot-painting event and giving you seeds to plant at the Xavier Urban Farm (behind/to the east of the Commons Apartments, at the hoop house) on Thursday, April 23rd, from 7 – 8pm!

    Snacks will be served! Come join us in our Earth Week celebrations!

  • Montessori Education Club Belly Dancing Class - 4 days ago | 220 views

    Posted: 4/22/15 4:37 PM

    Come dance your way into finals with The Montessori Education Club. We will be hosting a belly dancing class taught by Camille Wagner this Saturday at 4pm in Edgecliff! 

  • Family Feud!! - 4 days ago | 234 views

    Posted: 4/22/15 3:22 PM

    Tomorrow, Thursday April 23rd, at 6pm in Hailstones 17 Xavier University History Club will be hosting the spring semester edition of Family Feud!! Please join us for a fun game and Montgomery Inn BBQ!! 

    Hope to see you there,

    The Most Noble History Club of Xavier University

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  • Girls on the Run - Fall 2015 Season Coaching Appli. . . - 4 days ago | 169 views

    Girls on the Run - Fall 2015 Season Coaching Application

    Posted: 4/22/15 2:30 PM

    Do you love running? Do you love girl power? Do you love volunteering? Do you love working with 3rd-4th grade girls at Evanston Academy? Here is the application for you!! 

    We are now accepting applications for our Fall 2015 coaching staff. Girls on the Run works with a team of 3rd and 4th grade girls promoting self esteem, healthy friendships, and active life styles through weekly practices with the goal of running a whole 5k at the end of the season! 

    Check out more information at:

    Here is the application!


    email -, Emma Allen at, or Lizzy Wylly at


  • Graduating Seniors - want to win a $25 . . . - 4 days ago | 304 views

    Graduating Seniors - want to win a $25 gift card?

    Posted: 4/22/15 1:19 PM

    As part of the commencement process, there is a checklist on your “Countdown to Commencement” site.  Two of those items are “Xavier’s Graduate Survey” and “Update Contact Information”.  For those who complete both, you will be entered in the raffle to win a $25 gift card.  To be eligible for the raffle, complete the survey AND contact information by THIS Friday (April 24th)!  

    Still looking for a job after graduation?  The Career Development Office can help! For more information visit the Career Development Office website or call 513-745-3141.

    For more information:

  • Flash Sale continues at the All for One Shops - 4 days ago | 237 views

    Posted: 4/22/15 10:45 AM

    The Flash Sale continues at the All for One Shops today. When you buy any product from the All for One Shop during the sale today, bring your receipt to Starbucks at University Station and receive 10% off your purchase of a beverage. 

    From April 21st-27th, Starbucks at University Station is having a sale which includes: 25% off retail coffee, retail tea, and brewing equipment. Hope to see you at the store!

    In-store Only Offers:

    An Extra 25% off clearance merchandise

    In-store/Online offers:
    25% off all t-shirts
    25% off all shorts
    25% off all backpacks, bags, totes
    25% off all drinkware..This includes Starbucks drinkware.
    25% off all hats
    25% off all Samsung Tablets
    25% off all school logo’d padfolios, exam books & legal pads
    25% off all school logo’d notebooks, binders & folders.

  • Men's Soccer - Devin's Team Fundraiser - 4 days ago | 156 views

    Posted: 4/22/15 9:26 AM

    Xavier men's soccer hosts Northwestern for the Fourth Annual Down Syndrome Awareness Spring Classic this Saturday, April 25 at Xavier Soccer Complex. First touch is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.

    Admission to the match is $5 per person with a portion of proceeds benefitting "Devin's Team" as part of the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati Annual Buddy Walk. The team is named for head coach Andy Fleming's daughter, Devin, who was born with Down Syndrome in 2011.

    For more information:

  • Xavier Singers Show! - 5 days ago | 292 views

    Posted: 4/21/15 12:22 PM

    Join the Singers in their performance of Now and Then: When Past Meets Present. Come enjoy a show filled with hits of today and the songs that inspired them. This will also be the first time we are bringing back special guest alumni who were star performers during their time in the group! Our music this spring will be provided by the band Eclipse, a group of incredible professional musicians from the Cincinnati area.

    Featuring music by: Queen, Bruno Mars, Nsync*, Meghan Trainor, Ed Sheeran, Muse and many more!

    • Friday, April 24th @ 7:30pm
    • Saturday, April 25th @ 7:30pm

    Tickets are $5 for students in advance and $7 at the door,
    and $10 in advance for adults and $12 at the door.

    Presale Ticket Schedule: Fenwick (Tues/Thurs) and Gallagher (Wed.) from 10am-2pm


    For more information:

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  • Congratulations to Xavier Dining 2015 Team Win - 5 days ago | 506 views

    Posted: 4/21/15 11:43 AM

    Be-A-Star is Chartwells' premier recognition program that provides associates and teams with a variety of great opportunities to be recognized nationally for their outstanding achievements. This year's exciting program themed "Spotlight On Us" recognizes associates and teams considered the top performers within the region across the United States as Star 1 winners. Our Team Triumph winners have truly achieved some fantastic accomplishments for Star 1. From ensuring all safety initiatives are met, to implementing all health and wellness initiatives, and supporting diversity & inclusion. Congratulations!



  • Muskietiger BBQ this Friday - 6 days ago | 357 views

    Posted: 4/20/15 9:42 PM

    Come Join the Muskietiger Club celebration for a succesful year of mentoring. Withrow international students & Xavier mentors will be celebrating, 3-7 p.m. this Friday @ the sand volleyball courts. All are welcome to meet the students that we have worked with this year and to learn more about the club. Unlimited food for $3.

    For more information:


  • Fun Volunteering! Helping out 3 groups at once! - 6 days ago | 412 views

    Posted: 4/20/15 8:11 PM

    Please help a local non-profit, Madisonville Education and Assistance Center (MEAC), raise over $2,000 by volunteering at the Flying Pig Marathon. By volunteering you will be supporting a local education and emergency assistance organization, the flying pig, and marathon runners and walkers. 

    There are 3 events for which MEAC need volunteers:

    Health and Fitness Expo (Friday, May 1st from 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.)

    Little Kings Mile Party (Friday, May 1st from 7:30 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.)

    Fluid Station on race day (Sunday, May 3rd from 6:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.)


    To register online go to:…/open_opportunities.p…

    Select Madisonville Education and Assistance Center and the event of your choice, complete the volunteer information, and use meac as your group password.

  • Flash Sale April 21st & 22nd/Starbucks Sale! - 6 days ago | 384 views

    Posted: 4/20/15 5:24 PM

    The All for One Shops are hosting the flash sale event which starts tomorrow and continues on Wednesday. When you buy any product from the All for One Shop during these two days, bring your receipt to Starbucks at University Station and receive 10% off your purchase of a beverage. From April 21st-27th, Starbucks at University Station is having a sale which includes: 25% off retail coffee, retail tea, and brewing equipment. Hope to see you at the store!

    In-store Only Offers:

    An Extra 25% off clearance merchandise

    In-store/Online offers:
    25% off all t-shirts
    25% off all shorts
    25% off all backpacks, bags, totes
    25% off all drinkware..This includes Starbucks drinkware.
    25% off all hats
    25% off all Samsung Tablets
    25% off all school logo’d padfolios, exam books & legal pads
    25% off all school logo’d notebooks, binders & folders.


  • End of the year luau celebration at Stones! - 6 days ago | 261 views

    Posted: 4/20/15 5:17 PM

    We invite you to come to Stones Lanes this Thursday at 10 p.m. for an End of the Year Luau.

    Besides a live DJ, Stones Lanes will have food and drink specials to raise money for Club Sports Night.

  • Launch Celebration for D’Artagnan Enterprises - 6 days ago | 275 views

    Posted: 4/20/15 1:07 PM

    TThe Williams College of Business cordially invites you to come to the Sedler Center Showcase on Wed. April 29th, from 5-7:00 in the Atrium of Smith Hall.

    What is D'Artagnan Enterprises? This newly named organization is where you will find Xavier student entrepreneurs putting their learning into action. Located out of the Sedler Family Center for Experiential Learning in Business in the WCB, D'Artagnan Enterprises is comprised by five new Xavier businesses: Aramis Consulting, Blue Blob Cleaners, Campus Solutions, Faves, and Urban Farm.

    At 6:00 there will be a presentation featuring Dean Brian Till, President Fr. Michael Graham and an introduction of the members of the student businesses. Faves, a new eatery opening on campus this fall, will be catering some of their menu selections.

    RSVP's are encouraged. If you are planning on attending, please link here then scroll to enter your information:

    For more information:

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  • Final Don't Tell Anna Show of the year! - 6 days ago | 273 views

    Posted: 4/20/15 12:26 PM

    Ladies and gentlemen, the final Don't Tell Anna Show is coming up! This Friday at 9 pm, join the troupe for a night of laughs and fun. This show will revolve around departing seniors: Laura Birkhead, Meredith Francis and Alex Spindler. Our seniors will pick their favorite improv games to perform one last time in Kennedy Auditorium. Please join us for this end of the year spectacular and a performance you won't forget!

  • Survey for International Women's Day Dinner - 6 days ago | 128 views

    Posted: 4/20/15 11:49 AM

    Thanks to everyone who attended the inaugural International Women’s Day dinner back on March 19. We are sincerely grateful to everyone who attended this event and shared in the reflection and dialogue around women’s roles and perspectives across generations and cultures. As we start to think ahead to next year, we’d like to ask for feedback on this year’s event while it’s still fairly fresh in your minds. To that end, we are asking for anyone who attended the dinner to complete a brief survey. The survey should take only 5-10 minutes. Thank you in advance for your feedback.
    Multicultural Gender and Women’s Center staff, Center for International Education staff, and IWD planning committee members

    For more information:

  • Graduation International Coffee Hour - 6 days ago | 120 views

    Posted: 4/20/15 11:38 AM

    Come celebrate international students and scholars who are completing their programs of study at Xavier at Graduation International Coffee Hour on Wednesday, April 29th from 3:30-4:30pm in the Clock Tower Lounge. Student speakers include: Heena Parvez, Tuan Vu, the Brazilian Science Mobility Program student group, and Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assisstants, Paula Manelli and Tina Wu. We hope to see you there. Coffee and buffet of appetziers and desserts will be provided. 

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  • Have a Wellness Grant Idea? - 6 days ago | 161 views

    Posted: 4/20/15 10:51 AM

    Grants are available to student groups, faculty, and staff to help spread awareness about mental health issues on campus and in our community this fall. Grants up to $750 will fund creative programming or events during Wellness Week, October 1-7, 2015.  Applications are due on Monday April 27.  You can learn more at the link below.

    Ideas can be simple or more involved, and be fun, educational, engaging, and creative like hosting local, regional or national speakers on mental health awareness; panel discussions featuring students, faculty, and staff discussing well-being; collaborative wellness service projects or service learning projects tied to a course offered in Fall 2015; sponsoring a Wellness and Mindfulness break on the Mall; student campaigns that raise awareness about mental health education; “Feeling Blue” at Xavier day.  

    For more information:

  • Sand Volleyball Tournament! - 6 days ago | 145 views

    Posted: 4/20/15 10:39 AM

    Join the International Students' Society for an end of the year Volleyball Tournament on Sunday, April 26th at 1:00pm. Sign-up in the Center for International Education by Thursday, April 23rd. Cost is $5 and food and drinks will be provided. We hope you can join us! 

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  • Sign Ups for Take Back the Night - April 23, 2015 - 6 days ago | 181 views

    Posted: 4/20/15 10:22 AM

    In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month the Multicultural, Gender & Women's Center will be hosting a Take Back the Night trip to Cincinnati's/Northern Kentucky's Take Back the Night event on April 23, 2015.  Pizza will be provided before the event at 4pm in the MGWC (GSC 280).  Transportation will be provided from Bellarmine Circle at 5:30pm.  The event will begin at Newport Peace Bell and end at Sawyer Point.  Please go to OrgSync to RSVP as soon as possible.

    For more information:

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