Student Announcements

Posted: 3/24/17 5:15 PM

Xavier is currently in the midst of a provost search. The provost is an incredibly important position in the highest level of university administration and plays a significant role in student success at Xavier. The deans of each academic college, all faculty, Division of Student Affairs, Brueggeman Center, Center for Innovation and Information Technologies report to the provost. 
 
Two provost candidates will be coming to campus next week. For each candidate, there will be two student forums. These forums will consist of a 20-minute presentation by the candidate, followed by 40 minutes of Q&A by students. 
 
Forum information:
 
Student Forum for Candidate #1
Tuesday, March 28, 10:30 to 11:30 am in the Conaton Board Room
 
Student Forum for Candidate #2
Friday, March 31, 10:30 to 11:30 am in Kennedy Auditorium 
 
It is vital that student concerns are represented at these sessions. 
 
If you are willing and able to attend, please email one of the SGA executives to confirm your attendance:
 
Eduardo Patron: patrone@xavier.edu
Ryan Fitzgerald: fitzgraldr1@xavier.edu
Zeina Farhat: farhatz@xavier.edu

Posted: 3/24/17 4:01 PM

Come to Kennedy Auditorium (CLC) and hear some funny stories and learn how Derek Murphy catches cheaters in marathons.  Derek has been fearured on NBC news, in Runner's World and more! 

March 28th @ 6:00pm  Kennedy Auditorium (CLC)

Sponsored by Cintas Institute for Business Ethics and Sports Studies

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Posted: 3/24/17 3:04 PM

Xavier will be conducting its 2017 Campus Climate Survey for Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence April 3 – 20th to obtain feedback from students, faculty and staff on Xavier's prevention and response systems. Your responses are critical and directly impact future efforts. Please look for an email with the survey link on April 3rd!

Posted: 3/24/17 12:07 PM

University Library will host its McDonald Memorial Library 50th Anniversary Celebration on Tuesday, April 4 from 3:00 to 5:00pm. President, Michael Graham, S.J., will deliver welcoming remarks at 3:30 p.m. followed by a short archival presentation by Father Thomas Kennealy, S.J.  The Xavier campus community is welcome to celebrate! Please see the library Eventbrite page for details and free registration.

Posted: 3/24/17 12:01 PM

Xavier University Music Series presents

The Annual Father John Heim S.J. Concert
Featuring Kemal Gekic, piano

Sunday, April 2 at 2:30 pm
Gallagher Theater
Reception to follow in GSC Clocktower Lounge

Buy tickets online or call the box office at 513-745-3939. XU Faculty and Staff can get buy one, get one free tickets by using the "XU Fac/Staff" ticket rate (no coupon code required).

The purpose of the Heim concert is to honor the founder of the Xavier Music Series, Fr. John Heim, of the Society of Jesus. For over thirty years, Fr. Heim and his assistant, Helen Huber, gave many aspiring pianists one of their first professional concerts on a music series. The faculty, staff, and administration at Xavier University are grateful to Fr. Heim for bringing this important series to life.

One of today’s most formidable pianists, Kemal Gekic will be returning to the Xavier Music Series for the annual Father John Heim Concert. Flamboyant, daring, provocative, exciting, seductive and sensitive are some of the words used to describe Gekic, whose playing has been acclaimed worldwide by public and critics alike. His daring approach to tone and form, marked him as a maverick in the musical world, a distinction he welcomes: the very strength of his artistry challenges, provokes, intrigues.

Performing worldwide from a vast repertoire, Kemal Gekic presents fascinating, uncompromising and ever-changing interpretations as a soloist and in collaboration with orchestras such as the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London, Warsaw Philharmonic and Japan Philharmonic Orchestra.

For more information: https://apps.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?e=4ef63d1480338b2607b8733c3917e862&t=tix

Posted: 3/24/17 11:58 AM

Xavier Jazz Series presents:

Bill Charlap
Sunday, March 26 at 3pm
Gallagher Theater

Buy tickets online or call the box office at 513-745-3939. XU Faculty and Staff can get buy one, get one free tickets by using the "XU Fac/Staff" ticket rate (no coupon code required).

One of the world’s premier jazz pianists, Bill Charlap has performed and recorded with many leading artists of our time, ranging from jazz masters Phil Woods and Wynton Marsalis to singers Tony Bennett and Barbra Streisand. Since 1997, he has led the Bill Charlap Trio with bassist Peter Washington and drummer Kenny Washington, now recognized as one of the leading groups in jazz. Charlap is the artistic director of 92Y's Jazz in July Festival in NYC, and in 2016 will celebrate his 12th Anniversary as director. He has also produced concerts for Jazz at Lincoln Center, the JVC Jazz Festival and the Hollywood Bowl. Tony Bennett and Bill Charlap are the recipients of a Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop album, for their 2015 release, The Silver Lining: The Songs of Jerome Kern.


Bill Charlap is performing March 26, 2017, 3:00 pm at the Gallagher Student Center on the Xavier University campus. Steinway & Sons and Willis Music are proud to introduce the new Steinway Spirio, during a meet and greet following the concert. Spirio is the world’s finest high-resolution player piano that provides an unrivaled musical experience indistinguishable from a live performance.

For more information: https://apps.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?e=83beb9bed05ad0018db7dd7d975e17c4&t=tix

Posted: 3/24/17 11:30 AM

Richard Horsley, PhD, delivers a talk, “Imperial America v. the Common Good: The Biblical Background,” as part of the E/RS lecture series on Wednesday, March 29, in Kennedy Auditorium at 7:00 p.m. Horsley is the author of numerous books on the early history of Christianity and the New Testament. His books include Jesus and EmpireJesus and the Powers, and Covenant Economics: A Biblical Vision of Justice for All. His work on Jesus is widely recognized for its contribution to our understanding of Jesus as a prophet of non-violent social resistance.

 

Posted: 3/24/17 10:42 AM

Dine in or carry out Buffalo Wild Wings (2692 Madison Road location) on April 10th any time between 11am-11pm and 10% of your bill will be donated to Autism Speaks! Just tell your server about the fundraiser/show them the ticket attached. 

** Take a picture while at Bdubs and post it to Autism Speaks U XU's Facebook page and 3 people will be chosen to win either a gift card to Bdubs or a pack of Bdubs wing sauces

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Posted: 3/24/17 9:20 AM

University Library is hosting 2 programs on Monday, March 27.

Sculpt & Scan - a "drop in at your convenience" program from 10-4. Sculpt your clay masterpiece and 3d scan the result. Then print your replicated army of sculptures on a 3d printer. It’s plastic now – better than Legos.

Sphero Mazes (Coding!) Program - 5:30-7:00pm. Program a spherical robot to navigate a twisty little passage through the library. Quick! Before the robot gains sentience!

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/library/

Posted: 3/23/17 4:58 PM

The Student Rights Representative (“SRR”) is a paid, conduct-related position funded by the Student Activity Fee. The SRR works closely with the Assistant Director of Student Integrity and the Residence Life Hearing Officers to serve as the advocate to the interests of all students in any phase of the University Conduct process.  It is the goal of the SRR to help ensure the student is knowledgeable and prepared for every phase of the disciplinary system, thereby ensuring fair and impartial administration of justice in the Xavier community.  The new SRR is expected to uphold the standards set by years of precedent of previous Student Rights Representatives. 

Responsibilities:

The duties of the Student Rights Representative include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Advising students of their options on a case-by-case basis, serving as their advocate, and otherwise aiding them in conduct-related matters
  • Acquiring an extensive knowledge of the Student Handbook in order to best help students understand their situation and rights in the conduct process.
  • Maintaining availability for contact from students undergoing the disciplinary process
  • Serving as a student resource to the campus population by being receptive to inquiries about the SRR position or the disciplinary process in general, regardless of a student’s disciplinary status
  • Meeting regularly with the Assistant Director of Student Integrity

If you have questions about the position, contact Zach Harrison - harrisonz@xavier.edu.

For more information: https://orgsync.com/32534/forms/187586

Posted: 3/23/17 4:15 PM

Hi Everyone!
 
Tickets are on sale for our 2017 event!  Our theme this year is Luminescence. Luminescence can be a twinkle, a light, or a vision that reveals something or provides guidance and a path forward. So the question is, what are you illuminating? The event will run 6:00 to 8:15 PM with doors opening at 5:30 PM on Thursday, April 6th in Kennedy Auditorium. Student Tickets are $5 and Public $20. Keystone will be catering the event. Tell your friends and family! #luminescence 
 
 
Get your tickets: http://bit.ly/tedxu17
 
Visit our Facebook for more information.

Posted: 3/23/17 3:05 PM

University Library is now accepting entries for the annual Edible Book Festival on Tuesday, April 11 from 3-4pm in the atrium of the CLC.  All Xavier faculty, staff, and students are invited to participate.  Deadline to enter is Monday, April 3.

The golden rule: All works must be edible and have something to do with books.

For entry form, go to http://www.xavier.edu/library/about/Edible-Books.cfm

For details and photos of past entries, go to http://www.xavier.edu/library/about/Edible-Books-Event.cfm

For questions, please contact James Green at greenj11@xavier.edu or Megan Martin at martinm29@xavier.edu.

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Posted: 3/23/17 1:51 PM

Destination X is Xavier’s official overnight visit program for multicultural students and we are looking for current students to help the Office of Admission! Destination X will occur Sunday, March 26th and Sunday, April 9th and we are in need of current students to host prospective students overnight in their rooms on campus. All hosts will be compensated for their time! Applications can be submitted online using the link below and will be due by Friday, March 17th.
 
Please contact Natalie Carley, Student Recruitment Director, at carleyn@xavier.edu or Emily Augustin, Admission Counselor, at augustine1@xavier.edu or 513-745-1983 for more information about hosting for Destination X.
 

For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/students/Destination-X-Host-Volunteer-Form.cfm

Posted: 3/23/17 9:42 AM

Join the National Pan-Hellenic Council of Xavier University this Friday March 24, 2017 for First Friday. Come join us for fellowship and Free Food in the Center for Diversity and Inclusion, GSC 280. FROM 12-2PM  See you there! 

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Posted: 3/23/17 8:44 AM

Lost key on owl-print wristband. Last seen in Smith lot on 03/21. Please contact Andrea Mersmann (4928 or mersmanna@xavier.edu), if found. 

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