Winter 2003

Healing Wounded Hearts

January 1, 2003 |

For 30 years, Thomas Murray carried the wounds of thousands of soldiers in his heart—those who died on Vietnam’s killing fields, and those who came home to an angry public seething over the ill-fated war. So when the chance came … Read More

Getting Carded

January 1, 2003 |

The national alumni association is creating its own version of the Xavier ALL Card, which is used by students for identification and as an ATM/ debit card. Among the benefits included with the alumni ALL Card are:

• Use as … Read More

For the Record

January 1, 2003 |

Steve Smith is in tune with what’s going on in the music world. By day, he sits around listening to CDs from the latest groups. By night, he prowls around different clubs, catching the acts of up-and-coming bands. And he … Read More

Extra Credit: Geraldo de Sousa

January 1, 2003 |

As the University’s Shakespearean expert, Geraldo de Sousa helps students discover what kind of scholars they are to be or not to be. The native of Brazil came to the United States on a Fulbright Scholarship (“I identify myself so … Read More

Chapter Spotlight

January 1, 2003 |

When Michael J. Graham, S.J., was inaugurated as the University’s president in 2001, Southeast Florida alumni chapter president Beth Keller thought it was also a fitting moment to make a big change in her chapter as well.

So instead of … Read More

Canine Care

January 1, 2003 |

Nancy Schulte was in the middle of giving one of her clients a massage when she realized he had fallen asleep. She tried rolling him over, but he just wouldn’t budge. “He was so relaxed after I did one side … Read More

Business Plan

January 1, 2003 |

For Bob Lenhart, the roots of rock ’n’ roll weave their way through Xavier’s executive M.B.A. program, specifically Sherrie Human’s entrepreneurial class.

The Cincinnati businessman and 1999 graduate took the business plan he and a group of fellow students created … Read More

Backstage Life

January 1, 2003 |

It’s five minutes until the curtain rises for 42nd Street and Pam Mattei hasn’t taken a seat yet. She’s stuck in traffic: backstage traffic that is. The junior fine arts major is busy helping fix last-minute costume and prop problems … Read More