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Xavier Magazine | September 17, 2014

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Summer 2007

Game Day

July 2, 2007 |

A Look Behind the Scenes with the Men’s Basketball Team

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What a Joke

July 2, 2007 |

The beer is flowing in Ryan’s Pub, the crowd is spilling out the doors and those tside are peering in through the picture windows. For the moment, though, Briana Hansen is all alone, standing on the pub’s stage, solitary in … Read More

The Center for Healthcare Informatics

July 2, 2007 |

At first glance, Port Angeles, Wash., doesn’t look like the leading edge of American culture. The small city sits on the Olympic Peninsula in the most northwestern corner of the American Northwest. To the south and west, the Olympic Mountains … Read More

Extreme Makeover: Dorm Edition

July 2, 2007 |

When Ann Hoffman moved into Husman Hall in the early 1970s, she and her roommate transformed their new home into a cozier abode by applying daffodil yellow paint to the walls, buying matching bedspreads and adding a few other domestic … Read More

Profile: George W. Jackson

July 1, 2007 |

GEORGE W. JACKSON Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, 1972 Founder, Jackson Consulting Solutions Kenner, La.

 

Lessons Learned | Jackson had never envisioned himself being on the receiving end of a helping hand, but when his house was damaged by … Read More

Profile: Katie McMahon

July 1, 2007 |

KATIE MCMAHON Bachelor of Science in sport management, 2003 Marketing coordinator, Indianapolis Motor Speedway Indianapolis

 

Event Planner | McMahon began working at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in November. Her responsibilities include planning the multitude of activities for the speedway leading … Read More

Profile: Anne Leugers

July 1, 2007 |

ANNE LEUGERS Bachelor of Science in chemistry, 1975 Scientist, The Dow Chemical Co. Midland, Mich.

 

Breaking In | In 1984, Leugers joined a new area of research at Dow Chemical in fiber optic probe development and online spectroscopy and light … Read More

In With Finn

July 1, 2007 |

The Father Finn Society continues to grow at a record pace. The society, which includes those who have arranged planned gifts to the University, welcomed 25 new members this year, bringing membership to 256.

“Our goal is to have 300 … Read More

Future of X Tours

July 1, 2007 |

Alumni chapters across the country are hosting gatherings that offer insights into the To See Great Wonders campaign and its campus developments. The invitation-only gatherings are for those who contributed to the annual fund during the past three years.

Chapters … Read More

Entrepreneurial Gift

July 1, 2007 |

Even when he was earning his business degree, Tom Sedler worked in the family business. “It’s just what we did back then,” he says. “I went to class then zipped off to work.”

Sedler graduated in 1958 but began his … Read More

A Winning Team

July 1, 2007 |

When Cincinnati’s Clark Montessori High School plays its first-ever varsity football game this fall, sport management students in Kristi Sweeney’s Facility and Event Management class will have something to cheer about. Through Xavier’s philanthropy program, they donated $4,000 to the … Read More

Shaping the Future of Healthcare

July 1, 2007 |

Much has been written about the Baby Boomers’ projected impact on health care. But, says Ida Schick, chair of Xavier’s graduate program in health services administration, the population born during World War II—directly in advance of the Baby Boom—is already … Read More

Academic Recognition

July 1, 2007 |

The NCAA recognized eight Xavier athletic programs this spring with awards for the academic excellence of their student- athletes.

The awards were given to the top 10 percent of teams in each sport based on the NCAA’s new Academic Progress … Read More

On the Fringe

July 1, 2007 |

When Matt Dudash gets ready for a game, he sometimes pulls pajama pants on over his soccer cleats. The white or navy T-shirt he wears has no name or number on the back. And some days, he doesn’t even wear … Read More

Whole Question

July 1, 2007 |

Leave it to the young to solve problems for their elders. Stuck with one red laser unsuitable for teaching the science of holography—and short on cash to purchase the expensive equipment—physics chair Steve Herbert turned to senior Jeremy Swearingen for … Read More

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