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Community policing approach helps keep campus safe

Harim Ochaeta, The Carroll News

December 12, 2019

Since it became a full-fledged police department in 2014, the John Carroll University Police Department has promoted a different style of policing called community policing, which goes beyond punitive justice, Chief Brian Hurd told...

Wenzler’s Warriors show support through Dive Bar fundraiser

Olivia Shackleton, Campus Editor

December 12, 2019

When Chris Wenzler was diagnosed with cancer, the John Carroll community immediately stepped in to help. Now, as unexpected critical treatments emerge, the community has started to give back to him, as he has given to JCU for ove...

Temporary JCUPD policy: Give food donations in lieu of parking ticket payments

Megan Grantham, Campus Editor

December 12, 2019

Many JCU students have received at least one parking ticket during the year from JCUPD. Unfortunately, parking violations are a fairly common occurrence on campus. Fortunately for JCU students who have been ticketed, sophomor...

Students Demand Action advocate for common-sense gun laws

Olivia Shackleton, Campus Editor

December 11, 2019

"We aren’t anti-gun,” said freshman Katy Zoller, the founder of JCU’s chapter of Students Demand Action. “We are anti-gun violence.” Zoller explained that Students Demand Action is a group dedicated to advocating f...

Catching Up With Campus: Money can buy (temporary) happiness

Megan Grantham, Campus Editor

December 11, 2019

When I switched to a new school in 7th grade, all I wanted was a pair of American Eagle jeans (because everyone had them). Being in 7th grade, I couldn’t exactly drive myself to the mall to buy them, and my mom was not going...

Mike Bishop’s full statement on resignation

November 25, 2019

Former Student Gov. President Mike Bishop provided the following statement for The Carroll News regarding his resignation. "It was after much consideration that effective November 10th, I resigned my position as President of...

Catching Up With Campus: Working 9 to 5

Olivia Shackleton, Campus Editor

November 21, 2019

    I watch YouTube videos on an almost daily basis. I love keeping up with vloggers and watching the lives of people like me, 20 to 25 years old and are either in college or have recently graduated. Lately, my favorite vlog...

2020 presidential candidate “Mellie Grant”

Olivia Shackleton, Campus Editor

November 21, 2019

The United States’ 2018 midterm elections demonstrated a dramatic increase in voter turnout. According to electproject.org, 50.3% of the voting-eligible population made it to the polls. NPR reported that there had been a 41...

Labre Project initiates Homelessness Awareness Week

Megan Grantham, Campus Editor

November 21, 2019

“Being homeless does not define a person, it’s just the state of where they’re currently at in their life. These people had lives before this, and they still have lives and friends and family that care about them,” said ...

Works in Progress Campaign strives to expand at JCU

Ann Walsh, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2019

“The idea is that we are all works in progress,” said Jamie Greenwolf, coordinator of Student Wellness for the Office of Health Promotion and Wellness.  In fall 2018, John Tucci '19 and several other students created the Works in Progress C...

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