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Guns on campus? Here's what colleges in Ohio say

College students and professors in Ohio could be walking around campus this spring carrying concealed guns with their textbooks and laptops.

But don’t expect that to happen at the University of Cincinnati, Miami University, Xavier University and other colleges around the region. 571 more words


What's a Ute? That and More on Today's Game

What’s a Ute?

Xavier has had a penchant this season for playing bison/buffalo. Three times this year already, the Musketeers have gone on successful hunts. Today however, it’s a match-up with the Utah Utes. 598 more words


Musketeers Look to Rebound Against Colorado

The Musketeers (7-1) are traveling to Colorado in search of a bounce back win, as they take on the Buffaloes (6-2) at 9 p.m. tonight. Chris Mack is 11-12 all time in true road games (thank you… 282 more words


Walking The Talk

Around 4:00 am on Thanksgiving morning I awoke and was thinking about our family tradition of going around the table where everyone said what they were thankful for. 487 more words

The Negative Impact of Opioid Drugs Upon Children and Young Adults

By: Marcus J. Hopkins, Blogger

In early November 2016, a conference held at Xavier University in Ohio drawing hundreds of doctors, nurses, social workers, and addiction specialists began releasing shocking (though unsurprising) data related to the prescription opioid and heroin epidemic’s negative impact on children and teenagers. 424 more words

Career Services for Our Veterans

Written by Emily Linginfelter, Marketing and Communications Intern

Happy Veterans Day! We are elated that you’ve chosen to become a member of the Xavier community, which is ranked among the top ten… 394 more words

Conference highlights drug abuse epidemic's effects on kids

CINCINNATI (AP) — The country’s addictions epidemic has created a generation of children affected by their parents’ problems, a doctor who works with infants born addicted to heroin told a gathering of experts struggling with the issue Tuesday. 419 more words

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