Spurred by technology, old concepts of learning are giving way to new visions...
The 1960s brought radical change to the University, both physically and substantively...
A growing number of Xavier students enhance their education and move a step closer to God by stepping back into a retreat...
Thanks to a firmly rooted program and one tough nun, Xavier ranks No. 2 nationally in student-athlete graduation rates...
Grant takes aim at improving area’s Catholic schools, teachers
Biology professor finds lizards’ tale crawling with lots of foreign intrigue
Crew team uses sculls to succeed, stay afloat despite expense of sport
Challenges of Faith: Lent...and Lent
Spurred by technology, old concepts of learning are giving way to new visions
MSG Eric R. Wilson, a senior instructor in the military science department, talks about the history of Memorial Day
Carolyn Jenkins, an associate professor in the department of social work, discusses Parental Alienation Syndrome
William Madges, chair for the department of theology, discusses the impact of Pope John Paul II
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