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Xavier Magazine | May 27, 2017

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Posts By By Jacob Baynham

The Intersection

October 2, 2012 |

The Friends

The day of Nov. 1, 2002, may have ended without bloodshed in New Albany, Ind., if the mail had come to Cynthia Bogard’s house at the usual time. It typically arrives between 4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m., but it ran … Read More

Taking the Pulse of the American Dream

October 1, 2012 |

Here’s a challenge. How do you document a subject of national importance that people see all over the news, but rarely ever think about?

It’s a question Kat Ryder and her student interns are answering with the Permanent American Dream … Read More

Classic Teaching

October 1, 2012 |

This year, Kailyn Cripe has her class reading The Count of Monte Cristo, The Scarlet Pimpernel and The Odyssey, among other works of literature. A good dose of the classics—just what every high school student needs, right? Except this: Cripe’s … Read More

Real Teaching

October 1, 2012 |

Like many teachers, Kevin Dockery took a vacation this summer. But while he sank his toes in the sand of a Charleston, S.C., beach, he was also teaching a government class in a school district 500 miles away. All he … Read More

App Alert

October 1, 2012 |

When Kristi Zuhlke was a marketing and entrepreneurship student at Xavier, she couldn’t wait until graduation to start her own business. So she didn’t.

During her sophomore year, she and two classmates pooled their resources, business knowledge and free time … Read More

Full Stride

July 2, 2012 |

Professor of management information systems Mark Frolick picked up his first camera at age 13—an old Nikon FTN that he bought for $300 from the high school newspaper photographer who lived down the road.

He started shooting sports. He liked … Read More

Profile: M. Stephanie Martin

July 1, 2012 |

M. Stephanie Martin Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts, 2008 Human resources assistant, Military Science, Xavier Cincinnati

Flying the coop | During high school, M. Stephanie Martin spent a summer in New Jersey with her uncle, a command sergeant major … Read More

Profile: Ryan Krcmarich

July 1, 2012 |

Ryan Krcmarich Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs, 2001 Owner, Tacos Without Borders Indianapolis

Career Shift | After graduating from Xavier, Ryan Krcmarich spent six years organizing political campaigns. “I’ve always been a people person,” he says. “Meeting all the … Read More

Golf Goes Inside

July 1, 2012 |

Hours after a spring cloudburst, Doug Steiner walks over to a puddle in the parking lot of the Maketewah Country Club, plants his feet in the water and looks up.

“The front door is going to be right…here,” he says.

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Ironman, Iron Mind

July 1, 2012 |

If exercise is an addiction, then swimming was Bryan Krabbe’s gateway drug. Krabbe’s mother, a nurse, is responsible.

She instilled healthy eating and fitness habits in her kids from an early age, and enrolled Krabbe and his sisters in swimming … Read More

The Fisherman

July 1, 2012 |

The first time Bill Reichert organized a fishing event for disabled people, he almost gave up.

“We picked the hottest day of the year,” he says. Fewer than 20 people attended, the fishing was lousy and the sandwiches he packed … Read More

Shoots and Scores

July 1, 2012 |

In Chris Bergstrom’s universe, there’s no better place to unwind after a stressful day than at a hockey rink.

“You get on the ice,” he says, “and you don’t think about anything else.”Well, almost. It was on the ice three … Read More

Putting the Tee in Art

July 1, 2012 |

It was a young entrepreneur’s dream. Logan Wallace, a 2003 communication arts major, just started designing and selling T-shirts when, at a wedding in 2006, he met a bridesmaid who directed the MTV show “The Big 10.”

In-between the top … Read More

Behind the Wall

July 1, 2012 |

Brandt Bernat took notice when he got an email in March 2010. It was forwarded from Xavier’s club volleyball president Mike Czopek. The return address: prison.

Neither student had received a letter from a prison before. The email was a … Read More

Behind the Political Screen

July 1, 2012 |

UPDATE April 14, 2015: In 2006, Betsy Hoover graduated with a degree from Xavier’s newest honors program—Philosophy, Politics and the Public. It had been official for only two years, but Hoover was able to adapt her schedule of courses and … Read More

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