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Xavier Magazine | May 24, 2015

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For the Greater Good: Honoring 10 Years of Philosophy, Politics and the Public

April 15, 2015 |

The Philosophy, Politics and the Public honors program is for students who exhibit passion as well as academic achievement. Handpicked for the program, they have a purpose that sometimes they don’t even know about. But the faculty know how to … Read More

Two New Institutes

April 14, 2015 |

Xavier launched two new institutes in 2014—one for the heart, the other for the mind.

The new Institute for Spirituality and Social Justice focuses on the integration of knowledge, spirituality and social engagement and offers graduate theology degrees, certificate programs, … Read More

Street Team

April 14, 2015 |

After raising over $30,000 and engaging more than 500 people during the March Gladness campaign last year, Kat Steiner, assistant director of the Annual Fund, wanted to double the numbers. Her plan? Take it to the street. By enlisting staff … Read More

Madame Chairwoman

April 14, 2015 |

Jesuit schools, by tradition, are run by men. But sometimes, traditions must make way for change. So it is with Xavier’s Board of Trustees, who elected Barbara J. Howard as the first woman in Xavier’s 184-year history to serve … Read More

Almamatters: Art at the Agora

April 14, 2015 |

The work of New York artist Brigid McGivern, a 2005 Xavier art graduate, was featured at the Agora Gallery of contemporary fine art in the heart of Chelsea’s fine art district in New York City in March.

One of six … Read More

In Memory

April 14, 2015 |

Nebel, H. Fred ’38 BA Steuer, Clarence ’40 BS Woestman, John ’40 AB Armstrong, W. Frank ’41 BS Donnelly, Ruth Schroeder ’43 ND (EC) Ratterman, Cletus A. ’43 BS Michaels, Betty ’44 BA (EC) Geoghegan, William A. ’46 ND Massa, … Read More

Class Notes

April 14, 2015 |

Joseph P. Meissner ’63 AB published a book, The Legal Warriors, in 2013. The book is about the poor individuals and families who struggle daily to gain their rights, including families struggling to save their homes from foreclosure and newcomers … Read More

Natalia’s Soup of Love Recipe

April 14, 2015 |

Chef Natalia’s Soup of Love Recipe (serves 10-12)

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Changing the World by Design

September 15, 2014 |

Kate Hanisian was in her office the first time a goat walked in. The same with the chicken. They just meandered in off the street. It definitely wasn’t typical, but then again nothing in her life at that particular moment … Read More

Psychology Today

September 14, 2014 |

Christian End is, arguably, the most quoted professor on campus. The associate professor of psychology is an expert in understanding the behavior of sports fans, who sometimes seem to defy logic but leave him with an unending source of examples … Read More

Baseball Grabs Big East Title

September 14, 2014 |

It didn’t matter that it was May and the temperature of the Atlantic Ocean along the New York shore was somewhere between cold and frigid. It didn’t matter that people were walking along the Coney Island Boardwalk. It didn’t matter that … Read More

Together Again

September 12, 2014 |

Romain Sato and Justin Doellman were teammates on the men’s basketball team for just one season, 2003-2004. Sato was a senior, Doellman a freshman. But together they led Xavier to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament. Ten years later, … Read More

Internal Operations

September 12, 2014 |

With an eye on the future, the University is in the planning stages of launching a new fundraising campaign. A large part of any successful campaign takes place behind the scenes. At Xavier, that aspect is handled by the internal operations … Read More

Strategic Planning

September 5, 2014 |

One year into his tenure as athletic director, Greg Christopher published a road map for Xavier athletics for the next five years. And it’s a rather ambitious map, as well. The strategic plan ties athletics goals with the University’s goals, … Read More

Class Notes

September 3, 2014 |

Fred Grove ‘60 MED and Nancy Neff ‘70 MED were among 26 philanthropists honored by the Greater Cincinnati Planned Giving Council with Voices of Giving Awards. The Awards recognized local philanthropists for their selfless generosity and foresight in contributing a … Read More

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