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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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Posted: 2/25/17 11:37 AM

             Student Wellness Advocacy Group (S.W.A.G.) presents: 

                                        OPEN "MIND" NIGHT 

                           Tuesday, February 28th at 7:30PM 

                                           GSC Atrium 

                 Engage in thoughtful discussion or just listen to others 

                                  *Free food will be provided* 

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Posted: 2/24/17 8:47 PM

Tomorrow night at 7pm in the GSC Theatre, Xavier Theatre and the Title IX Office present THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES directed by the incredible Pam Myers. It's free and open to the public, and features monologues that bring light to the issues that women and vaginas face every day around the world. There will also be a talk back after the performance, where we open the conversation for everyone to participate! 

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Posted: 2/24/17 9:56 AM

The University Library Makerspace is hosting Drone Photos on Monday, February 27 anytime between 10-4.  Take some amazing aerial photos while learning to pilot a drone. AND, you might want to submit one of those photos to the library photo contest for a $100 prize!  Trivia: drones sound a bit like gigantic, stinging bees.

Also on Monday from 5:30-7, the Makerspace will be hosting a Retro Gaming on a Raspberry Pi program.  You don’t need an NES Classic. Learn what you need to build your own retro gaming machine using the credit card sized Raspberry Pi computer (although this is a hands-on session, attendees can’t keep the Pis). 

For more information:



Posted: 2/24/17 8:34 AM

The XU Mail Center is receiving new package shelving today, Friday the 24th.  We would like to apologize in advance for any delays this may cause in package retrieval for students.    Many movers will be coming going throughout the day.  Therefore we ask all students coming in to pick up packages to have patience with us as we maneuver our new shelving units.  We do not anticipate major delays however.

We appreciate your understanding!

Posted: 2/24/17 8:15 AM

The Center for Diversity and Inclusion, Center For Faith and Justice and Center for International Education are hosting a one-hour focus group on Tuesday, March 21 at 4pm for non-student leaders who are looking to get involved in diversity and inclusion efforts on campus. Please confirm your attendance and interest by March 3 by emailing Dr. Taj Smith,

Posted: 2/24/17 7:28 AM

A panel of XU alumni and business and community leaders will discuss why second language skills make a job candidate stand out and add value to every résumé. All students are invited to us for pizza, soda, and good conversation. 

Schott Hall, 10th floor
Monday, Feb. 27
5:30-7:00 pm




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