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Xavier Magazine | November 28, 2014

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Winter/Spring 2010

Profile: Ernestein C. Flemister

January 1, 2010 |

REV. ERNESTEIN C. FLEMISTER Master of Business Administration, 1990 Rector, St. James House of Prayer Episcopal Church Tampa, Fla.

Liberian Escape | In June 1980, the Liberian government was overthrown in a military coup. When the revolutionaries killed the president … Read More

Profile: Silka Gonzalez

January 1, 2010 |

SILKA GONZALEZ BSBA, computer information systems and accounting, 1984 President and founder, Enterprise Risk Management Miami

Secure Business | Gonzalez founded Enterprise Risk Management in 1998 to provide security and auditing services for information systems to a wide variety of … Read More

Jesuit Hoops

January 1, 2010 |

Recognizing the success that many Jesuit colleges are having on the basketball court, the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities is capitalizing on that success to promote the values of Jesuit education in the classroom. Read more about it.

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Good Reading

January 1, 2010 |

Looking to keep your kids occupied while you sink into your La-Z-Boy and follow March Madness? Former Cincinnati Enquirer sports reporter Michael Perry created a Xavier Activities Book that offers young Musketeers a primer on Xavier hoops, its coaches, best … Read More

Profile: Patricia M. Summe

January 1, 2010 |

PATRICIA M. SUMME Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, 1975 Chief Judge, Kenton County Circuit Court Covington, Ky.

Recognition | Summe’s career on the bench has brought her a number of awards, including the Kentucky Bar Association’s 2009 Outstanding Judge Award, the … Read More

Profile: Julie Chichlowski

January 1, 2010 |

JULIE CHICHLOWSKI Maser of Business Administration, 1989 Director, Trike Platform Division, Harley-Davidson Motor Co. Milwaukee

Tomboy | At Iowa State University, Chichlowski majored in industrial engineering and was often the lone female in her classes. When she took a job … Read More

Crosstown Kings

January 1, 2010 |

Dante Jackson celebrates Xavier’s 83-79 double overtime win over UC, which was ranked No. 19 nationally, in the annual Crosstown Shootout–a huge early season win for the Musketeers. Xavier has won six of the last eight Shootouts, including the last … Read More

Best of Benefits: Liberty Mutual Insurance

January 1, 2010 |

The bigger the group, the bigger the savings, which is why Xavier’s National Alumni Association became part of Liberty Mutual Insurance’s Group Savings Plus plan—to give alumni the chance to group together with other Musketeers and save money on home … Read More

Foreign Territory

January 1, 2010 |

When college coaches talk about changes in recruiting, that can mean many things. There is dealing with NCAA rules, emerging social media tools and an increase in foreign athletes securing scholarships at American universities. Just this season, for instance, Xavier … Read More

Xavie Year in Review and Faculty Accomplishments

January 1, 2010 |

Xavier Year in Review

Each year, more and more magazines recognize Xavier as one of the nation’s most outstanding academic institutions. This year’s honors include: • For the 15th straight year, Xavier was ranked among the top 10 Midwest master’s-level colleges … Read More

Taxing Affair

January 1, 2010 |

Four senior accounting majors—Garrett Davidson, Brooke Frost, Marisa Means and Christopher Meyers—formed a Xavier team that placed in the top 10 nationally in the eighth annual Deloitte Tax Case Study Competition. More than 100 universities competed in the event in … Read More

Xavier Honor Roll of Donors

January 1, 2010 |

Since beginning the To See Great Wonders campaign in 2006, more than $180 million has been donated to the University by alumni and friends. Each individual who supports Xavier has a special place in the University’s success, and to honor … Read More

Police Honors

January 1, 2010 |

While Xavier students and campus police officers often squabble over the fine line between what’s fun and what’s dangerous, that didn’t stop leaders of Xavier’s Student Government Association from recognizing the efforts put forth by the campus police in an … Read More

Jazzy Art

January 1, 2010 |

Associate professor of art Kelly Phelps and his twin brother, Kyle, who teaches at the University of Dayton, were commissioned to create a life-sized bronze sculpture of legendary jazz saxophonist Eric Dolphy for the Jesuit campus of Le Moyne College … Read More

New Coaches

January 1, 2010 |

Woody Sherwood, who earned four letters as a Xavier soccer player and spent three seasons as an assistant coach on the women’s soccer team in the 1990s, was named the new head coach of the women’s soccer program in December. … Read More

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