Women students are now the majority at Xavier, and the University is adjusting to meet their needs...
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Greg Schaber explores some of the lesser known, but intriguing sites around campus...
Women students are now the majority at Xavier, and the University is adjusting to meet their needs
With five-year grant, chemistry professor dives into halting cancer
Newly formed equestrian club is attracting a new breed of students
To pave the way for the future, Xavier’s flooding campus with technology
That Reminds Me
Looking back one can’t help but see the great wonders technology has produced
Letters to the Editor
The debate about mega churches
Saving a City
Mark Manning used an internship at City Hall to reverse Cincinnati’s decline and show how some students make news while others just make noise
Fr. John Heim, director for the Xavier music series, discusses this year's highlights
Wheat and Chaff
Goings on around Xavier
Saturdays in the Fall
What pigskins, plastic pink flamingos and political promises have in common
A Hand Up
Graduate counseling program students are making sure less fortunate high school-age kids have a chance to follow them into college
Rebuilding New Orleans
Students spend two weeks of their summer break helping rebuild homes destroyed by the flood
Food for Thought
Articles on Catholicism from other university magazines