Look back at the images and videos of Xavier University's 178th Commencement ceremony, held on May 14.
Before he became Cincinnati’s Chief of Police this year, Eliot Isaac was a typical officer rising through the ranks with the benefit of his first degree from Xavier. On Saturday, May 15, Chief Isaac graduates again with a Master of Human Resource Development, a program he says has given him invaluable tools as the newest leader of Cincinnati’s police force.
Xavier Newswire writer Nick Bergeman (English, DIFT '16) writes an open letter to the men and women of Xavier's Physical Plant.
The majority of this year's graduating seniors were born between 1993 and 1994. Here’s what students at Xavier were doing back then.
Current student Lizzy Wylly (Special Education, '18) didn't always know that she wanted to be a teacher. It wasn't until her junior year of high school—after volunteering to lead a special education gym class— that she realized her passion for helping others discover their abilities.