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Xavier Magazine | June 28, 2017

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Fall 2003

Playing the P.A.R.T.

October 1, 2003 |

The offices of the national alumni association, parent relations and admission are becoming PARTners. The three offices recently created the parent and alumni recruitment team (PART), through which they hope to raise the University’s recruitment efforts to a more concentrated, … Read More

Out of the Twilight

October 1, 2003 |

Mark Magistrelli knew he had something special. In 1993, the host of WVXU’s classic-radio program “The Big Broadcast” acquired the only two known copies of episodes of Rod Serling’s radio drama, “It Happens to You.” WVXU has a track record … Read More

Mollie’s Follies

October 1, 2003 |

Mollie McNeil likes to run. Just look at what she did one week in May. After hearing a Cincinnati radio station announce on Wednesday it was looking for a couple to get married after the Flying Pig Marathon that Sunday, … Read More

Making the Grade

October 1, 2003 |

Rob Conner doesn’t see himself as a particularly inspirational guy. But others do, and with good reason. When Conner—seated in a wheelchair guided by his brother Mark—received his associate’s degree in liberal arts at commencement in May, it was a … Read More

Furthering the Mission

October 1, 2003 |

This fall, a new theology professor at Xavier is hitting the classrooms, while his new book is hitting the shelves. Edward P. Hahnenberg’s “Ministries: A Relational Approach” studies the evolution of the church-going community’s views on lay ministry—defined in the … Read More

Fanning the Flames

October 1, 2003 |

Christian End is a sports fan. He’s also a psychologist. So in the wake of Sept. 11, the 1996 honors graduate decided to do a little research on the use of war analogies in sports—like “battle in the trenches”—and the … Read More

Extra Credit: Ali R. Malekzadeh

October 1, 2003 |

Ali R. Malekzadeh became Xavier’s new dean of the Williams College of Business in June. A native of Iran, Malekzadeh was attending school in the United States in 1979 when the Ayatollah Khomeini took over his country. Malekzadeh and his … Read More

Double Duty

October 1, 2003 |

Xavier University’s project management courses are making great strides thanks to collaboration between management and entrepreneurship professor Tim Kloppenborg and the Project Management Institute (PMI).

What was once an elective offered once or twice a year is now a requirement … Read More

Crackdown

October 1, 2003 |

A Jordanian student starting classes this fall is a semester behind because of a glitch in new immigration rules aimed at exerting greater control over foreign students. A new national tracking system and stricter regulations, in place as a result … Read More

Chapter Spotlight: Cincinnati

October 1, 2003 |

Cincinnati alumni are creating a new way to reach out to each other—a networking group.

“We’re trying to foster Xavier alumni doing business with other Xavier alumni, or Xavier alumni hiring other Xavier alumni,” says Mike Crane, the 1987 alumnus … Read More

Call to Order

October 1, 2003 |

Eric Sundrup started thinking about his career when he was just a freshman. It was an eye-opening experience. “I’ve been through three years of discernment,” he says. Where it led him is to a place where fewer and fewer have … Read More

Global Perspective

October 1, 2003 |

On my ninth Christmas, my parents gave me a globe. I don’t know why. To this day, I don’t know if it was due to an expressed interest on my part, or if they selected it blindly.

I do know … Read More

Class Investments

September 1, 2003 |

Ten local organizations are all the richer because of University students. As part of a new University program, four courses in the spring semester added a philanthropic component to their curriculum and were given $4,000 each to invest in the … Read More

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