Winter 2007

Serious Fun

January 1, 2007 |

One of the women’s soccer team’s traditions is allowing the players to conduct a themed practice in which they dress up before taking the field.

Last year the theme was the most outrageous shorts. This year was Halloween.

Amber Silvis, … Read More

Hallowed Halls

January 1, 2007 |

Three new members were inducted into the P. Douglas O’Keefe Xavier University Athletic Hall of Fame in November— Joe Sunderman, Pete Spoerl and Jennifer Phillips. Sunderman is a former basketball standout and longtime radio voice of the Musketeers. He played … Read More

Digging In

January 1, 2007 |

The women’s volleyball team battled an egregious foe both on and off the court this year—breast cancer. Off the court, the team raised $500 for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation by spending three hours volunteering as servers at … Read More

Back on the Field

January 1, 2007 |

It began inspiring and intense, invigorating and incredible. The result was not as intended, but that was inconsequential. The Oct. 21 football game against Marquette University was more than just a game. It was a piece of history. It marked … Read More

X-Panding Markets

January 1, 2007 |

On-campus entrepreneurship is on the rise. This fall, the University’s entrepreneurial center opened two new student-operated businesses and made subtle changes to one more. The new businesses include X-press Laundry Service, which picks up and delivers student laundry and dry … Read More

Swimming in Talent

January 1, 2007 |

Last summer, senior music major Dana Hunter worked as a management assistant for Makin’ Music Inc., a music publishing, production and consulting company located on Nashville’s famed Music Row. She not only created set lists for performances and managed shows … Read More

Going Off Site Again

January 1, 2007 |

The Williams College of Business opens the third off-campus site for its M.B.A. program in January. The college’s newest site is in the northern suburb of Deerfield Township, which is the region’s fastest-growing area. It joins other off-site locations in … Read More

Coming of Age

January 1, 2007 |

It took four years, but Xavier’s department of school and community counseling is finally enjoying the national exposure it was previously denied. The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Education awarded the graduate counseling program its first accreditation this year. … Read More

Classic Rock

January 1, 2007 |

Morten Kristiansen brings a true European flair to Xavier’s department of music. The newest hire hails from Copenhagen, Denmark, is fluent in German and is an authority on German composer Richard Strauss’ 19th century opera “Feursnot.” So what’s he teaching … Read More

About Facebook

January 1, 2007 |

It’s the first truly cold day of fall on the campus green, but that doesn’t deter Algis Aukstolis. The junior advertising major grins as he grabs a megaphone and bounds toward the Gallagher Student Center, intercepting sleepy-eyed students on their … Read More