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Xavier Magazine | July 31, 2014

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Summer 2005

A Love Story

October 1, 2005 |

Donna Waymire didn’t see the faculty stand when her name was called. Her focus was on hugging her son, Brian, who received his diploma just a few seconds earlier. But this was more than just a parent and child graduating … Read More

War & Remembrance

July 2, 2005 |

Autumn 1938 was a season of promise for Xavier University. Just seven years past its centenary-and two years shy of its 100th anniversary as a Jesuit institution-the school was enjoying steady growth. As the summer shimmered into history, a record … Read More

School Days

July 2, 2005 |

 Xavier students studying in far-away places discover the world is their classroom as they come face-to-face with different cultures, languages and people. Academics are the focus of the academic service-learning semester program, whether it’s spent in Delhi, India; Managua, Nicaragua; … Read More

Out of Africa

July 2, 2005 |

On most Saturday afternoons, Cincinnati’s tiny West End branch library is alive with activity. A steady stream of children and adults files through the glass doors to read, learn and participate in various programs. And for the past two semesters, … Read More

Maintaining Order

July 2, 2005 |

Ted Thepe, S.J., putters around the tiny room in Hinkle Hall that he’s called home for the last 10 years. He stuffs his cameras into boxes and cradles his precious orchid collection in safe containers. It’s moving day, and Thepe’s … Read More

Profile: Anthony Stieritz

July 1, 2005 |

Anthony Stieritz Bachelor of Arts, English, 1999 | Director of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic Social Action Office

A Leading Role | Stieritz was named one of seven finalists for the Cardinal Bernardin New Leadership Award, a national honor celebrating … Read More

Profile: Angela Staubach

July 1, 2005 |

Angela Staubach Bachelor of Science in social work, 2001 | Consultant/Project Coordinator, Habitat for Humanity International, Kingston, Jamaica

Down in Kingston | Staubach has been in Jamaica since 2003, when she went to work for Habitat for Humanity International as … Read More

Profile: Linda Capano Dolan

July 1, 2005 |

Linda Capano Dolan Bachelor of Science in physics, 1976; Master of Business Administration, 1986 | Lawyer, nuclear safety expert, Orlando, Fla.

The Graduate | Dolan was the first woman to graduate from Xavier with a degree in physics. She waffled … Read More

Profile: Sister Margaret Stallmeyer, C.D.P.

July 1, 2005 |

Sister Margaret Stallmeyer, C.D.P. Master’s in Education, 1972 | President, Thomas More College, Crestview Hills, Ky.

Sweet 16 | Educated by the sisters of the Congregation of Divine Providence in Northern Kentucky, Stallmeyer felt the call as a young girl. … Read More

The Clothesline

July 1, 2005 |

Perusing the racks of finer collegiate clothing is an exercise in futility for most women. It’s a man’s world. Polos, jackets and button-downs aren’t designed for women. Until now. Enter Vesi Inc. The Cincinnati-based company is creating a line of … Read More

Mother’s Day

July 1, 2005 |

Three sisters are acting on their mother’s lesson of the value of a good education in a unique way. Sandra Berger, Laney Scherder and Linda Kaiser honored their mother, Gloria Roaden, by creating an endowed scholarship to assist nursing students. … Read More

Gift Annuities 101

July 1, 2005 |

Tax benefits and a steady, reliable, high-level stream of income have long made charitable gift annuities a favorite giving vehicle for many people. This is especially true for those past the so-called accumulation stage of life who are not as … Read More

A Growing Story

July 1, 2005 |

The Father Finn Society is enjoying an unexpected growth spurt. And that’s a good thing for the future of the University. The society, which recognizes those who remember Xavier in their will or through other planned gifts, added 38 new … Read More

Hall of Fame

July 1, 2005 |

For years, they’ve been sitting in filing cabinets or storage boxes in dark closets: programs, trophies, individual pieces of history that collectively patch together the athletic accomplishments of the University. This fall, that changes. The University’s athletic history is being … Read More

Spring Forward

July 1, 2005 |

The spring season proved quite successful for a number of Xavier teams:

  • Men’s golf—The team won the Atlantic 10 Conference title and earned its fourth trip to the NCAA Championships in the last five years.
  • Rifle—The team finished seventh … Read More
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