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Finals are finished at Xavier University. Let's eat crawfish!

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – The cafeteria at Xavier University is cooking.

And yes, that’s the smell of crawfish in the air.

Crawfish every way you can think of on the menu.   234 more words

News With A Twist

Why Xavier University Students in Cincinnati Sent Me a Petition . . .

Yesterday I had the honor of receiving my first-ever petition from a group of “disgruntled” graduate students. Actually, the petition arrived in my email in-box, but was addressed to my publisher, John Wiley and Sons. 652 more words

Counseling And Psychotherapy Theory And Practice

What are the Pros and Cons of Taking Summer Classes?

By Cayla Woodburn

Summer is a time for jobs, internships and relaxation, but summer classes are a practical option for many college students today.

Summer classes can be beneficial for different reasons. 369 more words

Why You Should Study Abroad This Summer

Travel Luggage” by anaa yoo is licensed under CC BY ND20

A traveller packs their bags for their trip.

By: Clare Dunn

Summer is approaching fast, and with it, the buzz of excitement that comes when travel plans become tangible realities. 377 more words

College

Eat, Tweet, Rave, Repeat and Chef Leah Chase at Xavier University Food Rave

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO)-  New Orleans is the festival capital of the universe.

If you miss one festival, no need to worry.  There’s probably another one starting in the next five minutes. 232 more words

News

Xavier leads in closing wage gap for professors

By: Micah Price ~Staff Writer~

When rying to decide which section of a class to take next year, keep in mind that choosing a class with a female professor may mean that the instructor is getting paid less than her male counterparts. 355 more words

Campus News

Sexual Assault Awareness Month Speakers, events aim to raise awareness

By: Hannah Sgambellone ~Staff Writer~

Though it was once a taboo topic of conversation, campus rape is now a much more common subject of conversation and controversy. 447 more words

Campus News