Studying Einstein

October 1, 2007 |

One day toward the end of the semester, students in Heidrun Schmitzer’s Forensic Science Studies course arrive in the physics building lobby and discover the body of Albert Einstein draped over the brass rail of the Foucault pendulum. Dead. Murdered.Read More

New on Campus

October 1, 2007 |

Students returned to campus this fall to find a few changes awaiting them. Perhaps the biggest change came when they walked into the University library.

All of the books on the first floor were removed over the summer. They were … Read More

Taxing Time

April 1, 2007 |

For the fifth time, Xavier’s tax team of four undergraduate students entered the Deloitte Tax Case Study National Competition and came out a winner. This time, the team racked up a fourth honorable mention, which netted the University a $1,000 … Read More

Class of 2008

January 1, 2005 |

A call to Jewel Hopson’s cell phone reveals that she’s taking her new role at Xavier seriously.

“Hey, this is Jewel,” the marketing major answers in a sweet, soft-spoken voice. “I’m not answering my phone, either because I’m sleeping and … Read More