Student Announcements

Posted: 12/7/16 9:44 PM

Take 1 hour to have fun, make new friends, and learn about Asian culture tomorrow at 6PM in GSC room 214. 



Posted: 12/7/16 2:56 PM

Classroom Assignments for the Spring Semester are now posted to the Schedule of Classes.  You may check classroom assignments via the online Schedule of Classes.  Student schedules are also updated with classroom locations.  Please note, some classroom assignments may change before the start of the Spring Semester, be sure to check the schedule again at the start of the Spring term.

Posted: 12/7/16 2:07 PM

A necklace was found in Hinkle Hall today. If you lost it and can describe it, please stop by room 236 to reclaim it.

Posted: 12/7/16 2:04 PM

Are you stressing about all of the projects, papers, and assignments due this week? Are you worried about finding time to celebrate Christmas with all of your friends before finals week and Christmas Break? Stress no more! Join Xavier Dining in Hoff Thursday night at 4:30 to 8:00 pm to partake in the Christmas Spirit! There will be Ugly T-Shirt making, Christmas Music, and so much more! So stop by for a study break and get your Christmas on!

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Posted: 12/7/16 1:50 PM

Join us in the Honors Lounge tonight at 6pm for Chick-fil-A and snacks for a trivia night!  Honors Council will be sponsoring the event, but it will be open to all Xavier students and faculty to make a team and play.

Top teams will be awarded gift cards from Starbucks, Delicios, and Graeters.  Come prepared to answer questions and eat lots of food to work off some stress before the end of the semester!

Posted: 12/7/16 1:44 PM

Attention all exam week warriors,

What are the worst things about the last week of the semester? We can name a few like studying for finals, trying to find a space to study for finals, and being hangry at 11 pm. Well everyone is in luck because Xavier Dining is hosting a Late Night Study in Hoff. This space will be open for any students to come in and hit the books. Fruit and beverages (including the essential coffee) will be provided. The schedule is below:

  • Monday, 12/12: (After Late Night Breakfast) 11 pm – 2:30 am
  • Tuesday, 12/13: 9 pm – 2:30 am
  • Wednesday, 12/14: 9 pm – 2:30 am

We hope to see you there! #WeBelieveInX


Sponsored by Xavier Auxiliary Services and Financial Administration

Posted: 12/7/16 1:41 PM

Hey Muskies!

Join us in a Xavier tradition this MONDAY, December 12th for Late Night Breakfast at Hoff Dining Commons. Everyone is welcome to attend & admission is free! All you need to bring is your late night hunger! We will be serving breakfast galore from pancakes, eggs, fruit, tater tots, and more!

So remember to stop by the Hoff this Monday from 9-11 pm to get this year’s fall exam week off to an energized start!


Sponsored by Student Government Association

Posted: 12/7/16 12:18 PM

Find out during Finals Week at University Library!


Posted: 12/7/16 12:02 PM

Earn 6 credits while staying in beautiful Boulder, Aspen, and Denver.  Activities will include daily hikes and mountain immersion experiences as well as visits to important research facilities. Travel dates:  May 14-21, 2017.  Courses offered will fulfill core and major requirements (depending on degree): SUST 465: Topics in Sustainability: Renewable Energy & Economies (ECOS/Sustainability/Business Elective, Environmental Science/Studies Non-science elective) and MUSC 108: Music, Love and Death: The Earth (Creative Perspectives/Fine Arts core, ER/S Elective, Diversity).  Space is limited!  For more information see the flyer. For questions or to request a spot contact Dr. Nancy Bertaux ( or Dr. Kaleel Skeirik (  


Posted: 12/7/16 11:15 AM

Students’ Web Timesheet Reports for the last payroll of the year must be submitted by Wednesday, December 14 before 4:59pm for pay period December 5 to December 18.  Approvers must approve timesheets by Thursday, December 15 by 5pm.    Due to the Christmas and New Year’s holiday break, the payroll processing time is shortened and payment can’t be guaranteed if the timesheets are not submitted by these deadlines.  Contact Payroll ext 3436 or CDO ext 3141 for additional information.

Posted: 12/7/16 11:13 AM

Hello everyone,

I am conducting a research study for my Info tech class in order to assess student life at Xavier and see if I can come up with new suggestions and I need your guys' help. It'll only take 5 minutes and all answeres are anonymous. Thank you so much.

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Posted: 12/7/16 10:45 AM

Xavier's longest-running improv comedy group, Don't Tell Anna, will be performing in their final show of the semester this Friday, December 9th at 9 pm in Kennedy Auditorium (CLC). The show is free and open to all members of the Xavier community. Doors will open at 8:15. Come laugh with us as we celebrate the Christmas and holiday season, and blow off some steam before finals!

Any attendees in need of specific seating due to any physical, sensory (sight, hearing, etc.) difficulties please contact troupe member Brennan Kizer Ball at for seat reservations.

Posted: 12/7/16 10:02 AM

Please fill out the survery below to help the INFO220 study. This is survey is created to better understand student invovlement in the Xavier community. 

Thank You.

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Posted: 12/7/16 8:50 AM

Dine in/carry out Buffalo Wild Wings (2692 Madison Road location) today between 11am-11pm and help fundraise for Autism Speaks!

10% of the cost for food and drinks will be donated, all you have to do is show the attached event ticket to your server!

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Posted: 12/6/16 12:05 PM

There are so many wonderful immersion education opportunities at Xavier! Some, quite naturally, as in the way that mountain streams flow, involve going to the great wilderness! 

This summer, Xavier Expeditions offers excursions to: Yellowstone (including Jackson Hole and surrounding wilderness); Wrangell-St. Elias, Alaska; and the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

Each expedition allows 6 CORE Credits. Credits are in Theological Perspectives (THEO 200), Philosophical Perspectives (PHIL 200), Lit and the Moral Imagination (ENGL 205), Natural Science (BIOL 258), Gen Biology w/lab (BIOL 128/9). You can receive credits for ER/S, enviro science, peace studies, natural science, gen humanities and free electives. EVERY EXPEDITION is open to ALL MAJORS.

Come experience for yourself why Earth is our primary context, our primary reality. This context is so critical. It's one thing to intellectually grasp why we are "owned" by water; it's another to experience it!

Check it out at


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Posted: 12/6/16 11:57 AM

Need some cash?  Snag a part-time job that you can begin now; over winter break; during spring semester; or this summer.

Part-Time Jobs Information Tables   

Gallagher Student Center Atrium

Weds 12/7, 10am-2pm         

Come as you are (no resumes required), introduce yourself, and ask the following employers about their open positions and application processes:

See a listing of all upcoming info tables and apply to these jobs and many more via Hire-A-Muskie. Call the Career Development Office at (513) 745-3141 with any questions.

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Posted: 12/6/16 11:19 AM

A set of keys and waterbottle were found in Hailstones Hall/Room 4.  If these items are yours, please go to Hailstones Hall/Room 100, Office of the Graduate School to identify.  

Posted: 12/6/16 10:53 AM

The Bad Plus will make their debut in Cincinnati at the Xavier Music Series this Friday, December 9 at Gallagher Theater. Bassist Reid Anderson, pianist Ethan Iverson, and drummer David King came together at the end of the 20th century and have won critical hosannas and a legion of fans worldwide with their creativity, unique sound and flair for live performance. Based in New York City, the intensely collaborative trio has constantly searched for rules to break and boundaries to cross, bridging genres and techniques while exploring the infinite possibilities of three exceptional musicians working in perfect sync. The trio continues to explore myriad musical forms born of jazz along with any sonic source that forwards music that is uniquely The Bad Plus.

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Posted: 12/6/16 10:09 AM

The more you buy, the more you save! Take 20% off one item, 25% off two items, or 30% off three or more items in the All For One Shop on the 7th and 8th!


Posted: 12/6/16 9:12 AM

Check out popular fiction, cookbooks, travel books, foreign language books, and more -- before you leave for home -- available on the 3rd floor of McDonald Memorial Library from the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County collection.  No public library card necessary!

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