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A Few Thoughts on JUG

By Patrick Manning, Doctor of Studies in Not-Being-a-Doctor November 1, 2022
Xavier’s award-winning detention system has far more potential than what it is now.
2022 GRAMMYs

2022 GRAMMYs

By Wyatt McElroy, Reporter February 10, 2022

The official nominations for the 2022 Grammy Awards were released a few months ago. Unfortunately, the event was pushed back due to a coronavirus surge. The show is now scheduled to unfold on April 3rd. In...

The Rise of Formula One in the United States

The Rise of Formula One in the United States

By Nicholas Miano, Assistant Reporter January 13, 2022

Formula One (F1) is a global auto racing organization, beginning in Europe after World War II. Lasting from March to December, the F1 season comprises of twenty races, each circuit located in different...

1 Year Since 1/6: Death Throes of Liberalism

1 Year Since 1/6: Death Throes of Liberalism

By Rob Mullins, Editor January 6, 2022

Today marks one year since a pro-Trump mob breached the US Capitol while protesting the results of the 2020 presidential election. Debate still rages about the particulars of the day: was it a violent...

Touch Grass

Touch Grass

By Rob Mullins, Editor November 4, 2021

A fundamental question of sociology concerns whether or not advanced technology makes a society better off than the primitive, neo-luddite societies stuck in the halcyon days of yore. Without a doubt,...

The view outside Room 102

What I Wish I Knew as a Xavier Junior

By Aidan Higgins, Editor-in-Chief October 28, 2021
The wisdom I've amassed over the past year condensed into five tips.
Save America, indeed

Arizona 2020 Recount Complete: The Way Forward for the Right-Wing

By Rob Mullins, Editor October 14, 2021

Two weeks ago, the Arizona State Senate released its audit of the 2020 election results. The findings were not surprising: Donald Trump really did lose Arizona by a more significant margin than initially...

The Stairway to Hell

The Stairway to Hell

By Aidan Pesce, Assistant Editor October 14, 2021

Everyone knows about the staircase that connects the SJs to the library. It is a path well-traveled by Xavier students, faculty, and visitors. Every day, hundreds of people traverse the stairwell, making...

New Kids on the Block

New Kids on the Block

By Dominick Delaney, Reporter April 15, 2021

Each year's crop of freshmen endure challenges both unique to that class and common to all Xavierians. Tough classes, new responsibilities, and a sudden separation from the opposite sex plague all classes...

A Totally Unbiased Opinion Piece on why Lord of the Rings Should be Shown in Religion Class

A Totally Unbiased Opinion Piece on why Lord of the Rings Should be Shown in Religion Class

By Aidan Pesce, Assistant Reporter March 30, 2021

Several weeks ago while walking by room 204, you may have seen a class watching a movie, and wondered: "What are they doing?" Well, I have the answer: learning about the faith. How? By watching Lord of...

Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway delivered remarks at the 2020 Republican National Convention

The Post-Truth Pandemic

By Rob Mullins, Assistant Editor March 18, 2021

January 20, 2021, was supposed to be the dawn of a new era as a new administration took power in Washington, D.C. Amid widespread claims of fraud, corruption, and discrepancies in critical precincts, Joe...

Coffee in the History resource room

Why Your Coffee Habits May Be Giving You Depression

By Aidan Higgins, Editor-in-Chief March 11, 2021

I seldom drink caffeinated beverages - perhaps once every two weeks - but I've noticed that every time I consume the chemical, I experience an intense burst of euphoria that lasts for a couple of hours...

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