Posted: 2/28/17 11:19 AM
Mary Ann Kochlefl, mother of Mary Kochlefl (Center for Teaching Excellence) passed away on Saturday, February 25, 2017. Services will be held in St. Charles, IL. http://www.yursfuneralhomes.com/view_service.php?ID=2265.
For more information: http://www.yursfuneralhomes.com/view_service.php?ID=2265.
Posted: 2/28/17 11:05 AM
The IT staff is implementing a solution to resolve the email issue and will update you ASAP. Thank you for your understanding.
Posted: 2/28/17 10:50 AM
Uptown Clothing Co. caters to the people with the drive of creativity who see nature as a getaway from the stresses of the world.
At Uptown we believe it is important to experience your own personal meaning of life. Whether that is exploring, adventuring, meditating or what you discover on this journey called life. We hope that our customers will find their path to living in the moment and to understand what it’s like finding your element, and finding what truly makes you happy in life. We encourage you to try to not get caught up with routines that bring you down and to start living through your own desires and passions.
Her element is running and the outdoors. "Whenever I feel the most stressed in my life, running is always something that I can do to clear my head. There is nothing more refreshing or revitalizing than going on a nice long run, feeling the fresh air take over your lungs and being able to get away from the stresses of everyday life. Each time I come back from a long run, I always feel so renewed. At the end of the day, no matter what I do, I know that I will always be able to turn to running as an escape." -Meg P.
For more information: http://www.uptownclothingco.com/whatsyourelement
Posted: 2/28/17 10:04 AM
The Xavier Equestrian Team is havng a fundraiser at Currito today! Come grab something to eat, mention this fundraiser, and the team will receive 20% of your order to help us pay for lessons, shows, gear, etc! Happy Fat Tuesday!!!
Posted: 2/28/17 8:38 AM
Office365 email is currently inaccessible. We're currently investigating this issue and will keep everyone posted as situation develops.
Posted: 2/27/17 3:40 PM
Mary Ann Kochlefl, mother of Mary Kochlefl (Center for Teaching Excellence) passed away on Saturday, February 25, 2017. Services are scheduled for March 3 in St. Charles, IL.
Posted: 2/27/17 3:28 PM
Sean Rhiney (Eigel Center) and his wife, Jessica, welcomed Ronen Nels Rhiney to their family on February 25, 2017. Mother and baby boy are both doing well.
Posted: 2/27/17 3:11 PM
Due to recent turnover and staffing limitations in the Controller’s Office, we are temporarily suspending Banner Training. While we are working to develop new resources for those who are unfamiliar with Banner or have questions, we ask you to take the following steps:
Visit the Banner Finance Training section of the Controller’s website. There you will find a Finance Self-Service Handout (click here) that will provide a good introduction to Banner Finance Self-Service and provide answers to some questions.
Contact your department’s Business Operations Group (BOG) member for general questions on Banner. For a complete listing of BOG members please click here, (you will need to input your credentials to access SharePoint).
Should you need further assistance after options 1 and 2, please contact Allison Loomis at extension 513-745-3168 or via e-mail, email@example.com. Allison will work to resolve any immediate Banner issues that arise. For all other Banner questions please allow 48 hours for Allison’s response.
The Controller’s Office appreciates your patience and understanding during this transitional period.
Posted: 2/27/17 11:53 AM
Find out when your on-campus dining spots are open over Spring Break!
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Posted: 2/27/17 11:44 AM
Come to the Caf tomorrow night and step into New Orleans.
We will be celebrating Mardi Gras from 4:30-8:00 pm.
Jazz music, New Orleans style cuisine, beaded necklaces and more!
Laissez les bons temps rouler!
Presented by Xavier Dining and Xavier Auxiliary Services
For more information: https://new.dineoncampus.com/xu/events
Posted: 2/27/17 11:41 AM
Student Photo Contest - $100 Prize
University Library is looking for the perfect photo to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the McDonald Memorial Library building.
Posted: 2/27/17 11:36 AM
The Center for Diversity & Inclusion invites you to attend the third annual International Women's Day Celebration Dinner on Friday March 17, 2017 at 5pm in Conaton Board Room. Tickets are now on sale here.
Community members are welcome to attend. Staff and Faculty may also buy tickets to sponsor students! This year's theme will be Navigating Women's Access to Healthcare. If you have questions please email Kelsey O'Neil, Assistant Director, CDI, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted: 2/27/17 10:19 AM
Join Student Activities Council, Black Student Association, Center for Diversity & Inclusion and LGBTQ Alliance tonight as they screen "Moonlight" at 7pm in Kennedy Auditorium. Moonlight won Best Picture at the Academy Awards last night and we are excited to bring the groundbreaking, award-winning film to campus tonight. Rated R.
Racial Justice Event - Promoting Peace in Our Communities - This Tues. Mass/Lecture with Arch. Kurtz
Posted: 2/27/17 12:04 AM
Everyone is welcome to a mass this Tuesday, 2/28, 4 PM in Bellarmine Chapel with Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz of Louisville, the past President of the USCCB, who has called for a Catholic response to racism and violence here in the States. Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr will preside, with Archbishop Kurtz delivering the homily.
At 7 PM, Archbishop Kurtz will deliver a public lecture in the Schiff Family Conference Center of Cintas, entiteld "Carrying Out Our Prophetic Ministry in Times of Racism and Violence." All are invited to attend either or both of these events! For more information, see the attached flier.
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