Spring 2004

The Candy Man

April 1, 2004 |

Easter comes early in the candy business. So on Sept. 11, 2001, Patrick Zachary, executive vice-president of Zachary Confections, already was looking forward to the following spring. And like many Americans, as the horror of the terrorist attacks unfolded, the … Read More

Remembering a Legend

April 1, 2004 |

Ned Wulk, who coached the men’s basketball team from 1951-1957, died in November in Tempe, Ariz., at the age of 83.

Wulk began his college coaching career at Xavier, compiling an 89-70 record in six years and earning election into … Read More

Now That’s Fan Appreciation

April 1, 2004 |

It pays to attend Xavier women’s basketball games. Just ask Patricia Jenkins-Smith. The Cincinnati resident won two free airline tickets to anywhere in the continental United States courtesy of Delta Airlines and four free season tickets to next year’s home … Read More

Net Gains

April 1, 2004 |

The women’s tennis team needs to break out the record books and sharpen its pencils, because some rewriting is in the works this season. Senior Kate Weightman and junior Lauren Clary are both on pace to shatter the record for … Read More

All Fore! One

April 1, 2004 |

The All for One Club is hosting its first-ever golf outing on Monday, Aug. 30. Xavier trustee Joe Rippe reserved the Kenwood Country Club in Cincinnati for the event. The club raises funds specifically for the benefit of the University’s … Read More

Inside the Game

April 1, 2004 |

Two hours before the Xavier men’s basketball team takes on La Salle University, Joe Sunderman walks into the Cintas Center and steps onto the court. It’s quiet. There are no fans and no players yet, only a few arena workers … Read More

Smoothing the Way

April 1, 2004 |

This fall, the University hired Molly Maher as assistant director for student success and retention to help improve an office that’s already set the bar high. More than 89 percent of last year’s freshmen returned as sophomores—the national average is … Read More

Healing Wounds

April 1, 2004 |

Ann Marie Tracey, the longtime Hamilton County Common Pleas Court judge who now teaches business law and ethics at the University, was appointed by the Cincinnati Archdiocese to the three-member panel that will distribute $3 million in funds to victims … Read More

Business Moves

April 1, 2004 |

The Williams College of Business is aggressively positioning itself within the Cincinnati business community. New dean Ali Malekzadeh is setting up a board of executive advisors within each of the college’s departments, holding classes in the conference rooms of area … Read More

Creativity at Work

April 1, 2004 |

Samantha Huffman was skeptical. The 30-year-old M.B.A. student, a quality assurance supervisor at Consolidated Metal Products in Cincinnati, signed up for Melissa Baucus’ creativity and innovation class. But she wasn’t convinced creativity could be taught, let alone transferred to the … Read More

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