Student Announcements

Posted: 2/22/17 3:07 PM

Do you know a high school student considering a business major in college?

The Trading Center is hosting a FREE Young Women in Business Workshop this Saturday, February 25th from 10 am to 3 pm to help high school students determine if a business major or what type of business major may be a good fit for them. Various topics will be covered, including:

  • Business majors and post-graduate career opportunities
  • Benefits of saving and investing early
  • Basic principles of Finance
  • Introduction to business software
  • Sample case study
  • Powerhouse businesswomen

Check out the flyer and register through the link to reserve your spot!


Posted: 2/22/17 2:32 PM

Join Gillian Ahlgren on Thursday, February 23, from 7:00-8:30pm in the Conaton Board Room, Schmidt Hall for round table discussions connected to themes in her new book The Tenderness of God: Reclaiming Our Humanity.

Capitalizing on the legacy of Francis and Clare and the new energy of a visionary pope who raises critical questions about how to be faithful to the gospel, The Tenderness of God invites readers into a rich conversation across time and space about how to recapture our humanity and nurture our God-given capacity to live meaningfully and joyfully in communion with others.

For more information, and as a courtesy RSVP, please visit the registration page.

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Posted: 2/22/17 8:50 AM

The Office of Academic Support is currently accepting applications for tutors and SI leaders for the 2017-18 academic year.  We are in need of tutors in all subjects and SI leaders in General Biology, General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Anatomy & Physiology.  Interested candidates should apply at by Friday, March 17.  Students should have a minimum GPA of 3.3 in the course(s) they would like to tutor, a minimum 3.0 overall, and good people and communication skills.  Please contact Stephanie Daniels at or 513-745-3214 if you have any questions.

Posted: 2/21/17 7:25 PM


Difficult Conversations’ is the theme of this semester’s ‘Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education’ which is being distributed this week through campus mail. The issue includes a special section on ‘Student Voice’ with an article [“Why Not Talk?: Beyond an Evasive Culture,” p. 23] by Adrian Parker, a Xavier junior double majoring in Theology and the Philosophy, Politics, and the Public Honors Program.  The current and past issues of ‘Conversations’ can be found on the Center for Mission and Identity’s




Posted: 2/21/17 11:06 AM

Join the XU Symphonic Wind Ensemble with special guest Polina Bespalko on piano for George Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue." XUSWE will also perform music of Aaron Copland, Frank Ticheli, a cakewalk by Debussy, ballet music by Bernstein, and our Ensemble-in-Residence, All of the Above will play music by Andy Akiho.

Thursday, March 2 at 7:30pm in GSC Theater.

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Posted: 2/21/17 11:03 AM

Vocal Arts Ensemble Cincinnati presents

Considering Matthew Shepard

SAT MAR 4 • 8 pm

SUN MAR 5 • 5 pm

Gallagher Theater


“In composing this piece, I wanted to create, within a musical framework, a space for reflection, consideration and unity around his life and legacy.”

– Craig Hella Johnson

Composer & VAE Music Director

2017 GRAMMY Nominee

VAE Music Director Craig Hella Johnson returns to Cincinnati to conduct his own Considering Matthew Shepard, a musical response to the tragic death of a young man who has become an American icon and a symbol for hope and empowerment. This transcendent performance, VAE’s first in Xavier University’s stunning Gallagher Theatre, will feature instrumentalists and lighting, costume, and set design by the Cincinnati Opera.

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Posted: 2/21/17 11:02 AM

The Xavier Music Series welcomes flamenco guitarist Grisha Goryachev this Sunday, February 26 at 2:30 pm in Gallagher Theater.

Grisha Goryachev is renowned for his extraordinary musical sensitivity and technical virtuosity in both classical and flamenco styles. He is one of very few guitarists in the world who is reviving the tradition of solo flamenco guitar in a concert setting that was practiced by legendary flamenco masters such as Ramón Montoya and Sabicas. Grisha exposes audiences to some of the best guitar compositions flamenco has to offer. Instead of merely copying, he creates his own interpretations of these masterpieces, using dynamics and tone colors usually associated with classical music.

Tickets can be purchased online or by calling the box office at 513-745-3939. XU Faculty and Staff receive buy one, get one free tickets when selecting the "XU Fac/Staff" ticket rate. No coupon code required! XU Student tickets are only $5!

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Posted: 2/21/17 9:10 AM

Join Don't Tell Anna, Xavier's longest-running improv comedy troupe, for our annual Blue vs. White Show! We've split up into two teams, and things could get messy. The show is this Friday the 24th at 9 PM in Kennedy Auditorium (CLC 412). The show is free and open to all members of the Xavier community (students, faculty, friends). Doors will open at 8:30 pm. Bring a friend, wear your team's colors, and come out for a good time!

BLUE TEAM: Harrison Hensley, David Ritzenthaler, Emma Turbak, Brennan Kizer Ball

WHITE TEAM: Tommy Bell, Leo Biette, Emma Barlow, Laura Walker

If you require special seating accommodations due to any impairment (physical, sensory, etc.), please contact Brennan at for seat reservations.

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Posted: 2/20/17 7:46 PM

Noyce Internship Applications are due next week.

Six interns will be selected to spend nine weeks with Breakthrough Cincinnati or to teach in on-campus STEM Enrichment campus. First and second year students with a passion for service are strongly encouraged to apply. The first week of the program will include a STEM-teaching boot camp. Students will live on the Xavier University campus, receiving room and board (including $750 food stipend) as well as a $400/week stipend. During the internship, students will keep journals and meet with mentors to reflect upon their experiences. Faculty and staff from the STEM departments, and the Eigel Center for Community-Engaged Learning will work with students to expand their knowledge and interest in teaching inner-city/at-risk students. 

  • Internship Dates: Approximately the second week of June until the first week of August. (Specific dates will be provided as we learn them.)

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