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Xavier Magazine | April 19, 2014

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Posts By By France Griggs Sloat

Eyes on the Sky

October 2, 2013 |

In the waning daylight of a Friday in June 1961, a red and white Ford station wagon rambles down the hilly twists and turns of Zion Road, pushing out beyond the western edges of Cincinnati. The breeze blows through the … Read More

The Circle of Life: Women and Business in Africa

October 2, 2013 |

Josephine Lando began making dresses in high school. It was a hobby at first, but soon her friends began asking her to make them dresses, too. By the time she finished boarding school and returned to her home in Rongai, … Read More

Alumni Profile: Victoria Raymond

October 2, 2013 |

VICTORIA RAYMOND Bachelor of Science in biology, 2004 Certified Genetic Counselor, University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Mich.

A Matter of Degrees | Victoria Raymond loved math and biology, but was advised against majoring in both. So she stayed … Read More

Poetic Therapy: Healing Wounds Through Words of War

October 2, 2013 |

Chris Collins saw a lot of bad things on his tours in Afghanistan and Iraq. Explosions. Injured soldiers. Dead civilians. But what haunts him most is the image of a young Afghani boy, about 8 years old, who had stepped … Read More

The Lesson of Life: Joe Pichler’s Climb up the Food Chain

October 2, 2013 |

Joe Pichler calls himself “the luckiest man in the world.” It wasn’t always so.

The man who would one day lead one of the largest grocery chains in the country began life happily enough as the fifth of six children … Read More

Parent Approved: Saving a School

October 1, 2013 |

When Janeece Docal was handpicked to be the new principal of Powell Elementary School, she had to wonder if the superintendent and school board didn’t like her.

Along with the keys to the office, she was handed a failing … Read More

Recycling and Toxic Waste: Perfect Chemistry

October 1, 2013 |

At first glance, it looks like a moonshine still. There’s a big container with a long pipe sticking out the top and a tube jutting out the side and into a bottle. When the liquid inside is heated, the vapors … Read More

Taking on the World: Duathlon Dude

October 1, 2013 |

Buzzbuzzbuzz. Bruce Miller’s alarm sounds. His hand fumbles around until he finds it and shuts it off. It’s 4:30 a.m. At a time when most people simply roll over, Miller rolls out of bed and begins gathering his gear. Read More

The Sisters

July 2, 2013 |

Xavier is known for its Jesuits, but the order of priests have not been the only religious presence in the history of the University. Nuns have also had a place at Xavier, even though the Jesuits don’t have a corresponding order … Read More

Tapping Roots: Learning about yesterday brings job for today

July 1, 2013 |

Thomas Jordan attended his wife’s annual family reunion in 2008 and wondered why his own family didn’t do the same. Then he realized his father’s death, when Jordan was only 7 years old, had left an historical void. His immediate … Read More

Alumni Profiles: J. Raymond DePaulo Jr., MD

July 1, 2013 |

Bachelor of Science in natural sciences, 1968
Director, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Professor and Psychiatrist-in-Chief, Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore

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Alumni Profiles: William B. Baumgartner, MD

July 1, 2013 |

Bachelor of Science in natural sciences, 1969
Vice Dean for Clinical Affairs, Professor of Cardiac Surgery, director, Surgical Research Laboratory, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore

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Reducing the Stigma: Mental Illness

July 1, 2013 |

They say bad things happen in threes. For Debbie Dutton Lambert, it was all too true. She experienced a murder, an attempted suicide and a successful suicide—all in her first semester at Xavier. The experiences left her traumatized. But they … Read More

Summer Reading: What’s on the English faculty summer reading list

July 1, 2013 |

We asked Xavier’s English professors to tell us what they plan to read this summer when they’re not so bogged down with teaching and grading papers. Their answers may surprise you.

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Out of the Pool: A Swim School for Starters

July 1, 2013 |

Kathleen Keating Hubbard spent a lot of time treading water during her first years at Xavier—alone. She was the only woman in classrooms of men, the only woman swimming laps in the pool, the only woman on the swim team. … Read More

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