Stellar Student

October 1, 2011 |

What makes a student the Employee of the Year? Don’t ask Maria Konerman. She’s still not sure. But she is grateful—both for the award and for the experience she had working for the Center for Mission and Identity. The accolade … Read More

Perfect Match

October 1, 2011 |

 The first Tuesday in November 2009 started out like any other for Ron Vogler. His wife left for work. Their son left for school. Alone, Vogler grabbed his coffee and sat down to his computer. This was one of the … Read More

New in Theology

July 1, 2011 |

The Department of Theology is expanding its offerings by two this year, with a new course on The Religious Thought of Martin Luther King Jr. and a course on African Religions.

In the King course, the life and legacy of … Read More

Student Journal Startup

July 1, 2011 |

Xavier students have always produced strong, well-researched and well-written papers, but all too often they’ve gone unnoticed by those outside the faculty because there simply wasn’t a place to publish them. That has now changed with the creation of the … Read More

Safe and Secure

July 1, 2011 |

With Xavier located in the middle of three urban neighborhoods, the safety of the 8,000 people living, working or studying on campus can be a challenge. But new policing efforts and safety measures have resulted in a 30-percent drop in … Read More

Final Touches

July 1, 2011 |

Xavier Way

Visitors to campus will have a new way of driving through campus starting this summer—the Xavier Way. Ledgewood Drive, which was widened and enhanced with a tree-lined median as part of the Hoff Academic Quad construction, is proposed … Read More

MBA Program Southbound

July 1, 2011 |

The Williams College of Business is expanding yet again, opening an off-site location in Northern Kentucky. The addition—a 5,700-square-foot space in the Columbia Executive Center in Fort Mitchell, Ky., about 20 minutes south of downtown—is designed to make attending Xavier … Read More

For Rent

July 1, 2011 |

Last fall the bookstore began offering students the chance to rent their textbooks, as opposed to buying them—with the option of selling them back to the bookstore at a reduced price at the end of the semester. The rental price … Read More

Brotherly Love of Art

July 1, 2011 |

Professor of art Kelly Phelps and his brother, Kyle, like to say that they work together in creating their art like one person in two different bodies. Currently the twins are exhibiting a new collection of their collaborative work, “God…Steel … Read More

Beyond the Book

July 1, 2011 |

In May 1994, Maria Olberding, a 1990 English major, was jogging through the tony Cincinnati neighborhood of Hyde Park, something she—and a lot of people in the area—did on a regular basis. All hours of the day and night, runners … Read More