Student Announcements

Posted: 1/23/17 9:30 AM

The Center for International Education is hosting a spring study abroad fair on Wednesday, February 1st from 11:00am to 3:00pm in Fenwick Atrium. You will be able to meet with various faculty and program providers at the fair. Do not miss this opportunity to explore the many different study abroad options available! 

Posted: 1/23/17 9:15 AM

Today is Maker Monday for dorm accessories at the Makerspace on the 1st floor of McDonald.

Practical or decorative, create the perfect accessory for your dorm. Vinyl letters for the window, beaded curtain ties, pencil cups, and more. Bring your imagination and a desire to create! All supplies are provided free of charge.

These are casual drop in projects.  Stop by any time from 10 to 4!


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Posted: 1/22/17 6:42 PM

On behalf of the Xavier University Student Government Association, we cordially invite you to attend Your School, Your Questions: An Evening with Xavier Leadership on Tuesday, January 31 from 7:00 to 8:00pm in the GSC Atrium. This event includes a Q&A session with some of Xavier’s most influential leaders. The following members of the community will be answering questions from students and giving updates on all things Xavier University:

• Rev. Michael J. Graham S.J., President 
• Beth Amyot, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
• Dr. Janice Walker, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer
• David Johnson, Associate Provost and Chief Student Affairs Officer

There will be FREE Dewey's pizza and salad.

Have a question? Now is your chance, submit here: or tweet your questions to @SGAXavier with the hashtag #AskXU.

Students, this event is yours and your opportunity to engage with Xavier's administration to truly create a transparent and inclusive environment.

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Posted: 1/21/17 5:53 PM

Do you have musical talent? Are you a part of a music group? Do you enjoy listening to music? If your answer was yes to any of these questions, come out to Music For Miracles on January 25th from 8-10pm in the Arrupe Overlook. Soloists, ensembles, DJs, intrumentalists, etc. are all encouraged to sign up to perform. All students should come out to the event, and vote for their favorite performances. The group or individual with the most votes will headline MuskieThon! Regestration can be found at

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Posted: 1/21/17 12:10 AM

Xavier Guitar Series presents:

Marc Teicholz
Sunday, January 29, 2017 - 2:30 pm
Gallagher Student Center (GSC) Theater

Tickets can be purchased online or by calling the box office at 513-745-3939. XU Faculty and Staff can get buy one, get one tickets (by selecting the XU Fac/Staff ticket rate).

Guitarist Marc Teicholz was awarded first prize at the 1989 International Guitar Foundation of America Competition, the largest, most prestigious contest of its kind in the United States. He was also a prize winner at the 1991 New York East-West Artists Competition.

Described by Gramophone as “arguably the best of the new young guitarists to have emerged,” and by Soundboard magazine as “among the best we have ever heard,” Teicholz’s performances throughout the world include tours of the United States, Canada, Russia, Poland, Switzerland, Southeast Asia, New Zealand and Fiji. His recitals and master classes have received critical acclaim, and he has been featured in concert with orchestras in Spain, Portugal, California and Hawaii.

He has also had new works written especially for him. Most recently, Teicholz debuted Clarice Assad’s Concerto for Guitar, O Saci-Pererê, at the Biasini Festival in San Francisco. Teicholz tours the United States extensively with The Festival of Four. He is featured on the pilot soundtrack for George Lucas’ Young Indiana Jones, and has recorded solo CDs for Naxos, Sugo, Menus and Music, and most recently, Guitar Salon International. His latest solo disc, Valseana, presents works performed on historic guitars of the period of each musical selection. On Delos records, he has recently released “Open your Heart” with soprano Laura Claycomb, featuring mixed 19th and 20th-century composers.

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