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Xavier Magazine | December 13, 2018

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Fall 2004

The TRiO Program Helps Students Adjust

October 1, 2004 |

Student support services (a.k.a. TRiO) provides individualized services in areas such as financial assistance, academic coaching, personal mentoring, access to laptops and more. Through workshops that target student needs such as test anxiety, note-taking, goal-setting and others, a student’s transition … Read More

The Gospel of Politics

October 1, 2004 |

Each opportunity to vote, especially in a presidential election, raises a vital question: What really forms the basis of our political choices? Perhaps it is our long-standing commitment to a particular political party. Perhaps it is our race or gender … Read More

Teaming Up

October 1, 2004 |

The presidents of Greater Cincinnati’s three largest universities had lunch last winter, and over sandwiches and salads they hatched a plan to collaborate on issues of community engagement designed to revitalize and invigorate the educational and economic health of the … Read More

Take Two

October 1, 2004 |

Apparently Tracey Leugers was a little better at juggling than she thought. Leugers, who was featured in the Winter 2003 issue of Xavier magazine, cut short her effort to earn an M.B.A. by four classes for four very good reasons—she … Read More

Table Tennis Anyone?

October 1, 2004 |

The next time you pick up a Ping-Pong paddle on someone’s basement table, remember these three words: spin, speed, accuracy.

That’s what it takes to win, if you’re like Nick Snider. Snider, a 2002 business graduate, advanced from the days … Read More

Another Reflection on Father Hoff

July 1, 2004 |

“Fr. Hoff was such an amazing man, and certainly he is and will remain one of my heroes. We were all so lucky to have been blessed with the generosity of spirit he showed to the Xavier community in general, … Read More