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They loved one another, then learned to love Xavier sports
When Kay Lynch and Chuck Beckman were students at Xavier in the early 1970s, they had little to no interest in sports—not even basketball. Now, however, they’re superfans who won’t hesitate to stop and talk with the Musketeers’ basketball coach when they see him outside of the arena.
The Murphy Mission: Fund Students' Futures
The first in her family to apply to college, Julie Murphy was surprised when Xavier offered her the hard-to-get St. Francis Xavier full-tuition academic scholarship. Now she and her husband, Dan, are giving back so that more students like themselves can afford a Xavier education.
Academic Partnerships: Saving Lives with Genetic Testing
Professor Eileen Alexander believes that to learn how to manage a large project, you have to go out and manage a large project. This semester, Christina Driskell and Julia Schlich, seniors in her Quality Management and Performance Improvement class, are doing just that.
Center of Attention: Xavier’s new Center for Population Health will synergize departments
Dean Paul Gore answers the question: Just what is population health?
A New Home for Health Services Administration
By the time Edward J. Arlinghaus became the director in 1966, Xavier’s Hospital and Health Administration program was already developing a national reputation for excellence.
Reaching the Top With Margaret Weidner
How one Xavier student used her connections at Xavier to land two internships, a research trip to the Indian Himalayas and launch her career with one of the largest financial accounting firms in the world.
John Lechleiter: A Debt of Gratitude
Xavier's newest fundraising campaign began on a fall evening in October 2014 when nearly 50 alumni and supporters gathered for dinner at the Indianapolis home of John C. Lechleiter. Their support helped provide the solid foundation that, three years later, led to the public launch of "Together. For Others. The Campaign for Xavier University."
12 Xavier Grads Who are Changing the World through Service
They studied a variety of different majors, but all have one thing in common their love for community and the desire to help others.