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Assistant Campus Editor, Nicolette Noce, says goodbye to her Carroll News audience!

Nicolette’s Column: The end

Nicolette Noce, Assistant Campus Editor December 15, 2021

Endings are bittersweet, especially when an ending of something you have been anticipating finally comes; when what is to end is something that has caused you semi-discomfort over let’s say the last...

Students use their voices to show both support and opposition for Matt Meyers recent impeachment.

JCU community at odds over impeachment, Meyer’s appeal denied

Laken Kincaid, Campus Editor December 14, 2021

After former Student Government president Matt Meyer’s impeachment on Nov. 16, students were divided in their support for the Senate’s decision. Multiple members of the campus community voiced their...

The JCU Freedom Society proposed new legislation on the Student Government senate floor to increase diversity following the impeachment of Matt Meyer.

JCU Freedom Society proposes changes to Student Government amidst calls for increased diversity, transparency

Laken Kincaid, Campus Editor December 14, 2021

Five hours after the first article of impeachment removing former Student Government President Matt Meyer from office passed, the JCU Freedom Society tweeted a response to the news, calling Student Government...

Zach Thomas (right) and a former resident attended the Great Lakes African American Writers Conference at Loganberry Bookstore in Shaker Heights, Ohio.

Humans of JCU: Zachary Thomas ’18 Executive Director of Writers in Residence

Taylor Anthony, Campus Editor December 10, 2021

Zachary Thomas currently serves as the executive director of Writers in Residence, the Ohio nonprofit corporation that started as a student-run organization at John Carroll University in 2017. The program...

Local hero Gracien Riley saves three individuals from a car accident.

ROTC Student Gracien Riley helps to rescue a mother and her children from car accident

Ray Weisberg, The Carroll News December 9, 2021

After a sudden car accident that occurred at 6:45 a.m. on Oct. 3, one of John Carroll’s very own ROTC students, Graicen Riley ‘22, bravely took action to help a mother and her two young children escape...

Students share their worries about the Cafs menu and its quality.

Caf food controversy

Sophia Giallanza, Staff Reporter December 3, 2021

Unlike larger universities in the county, John Carroll calls one centralized eatery home: Schott Dining Hall. This shared dining experience often brings students together and unites them in their opinion...

Campus editor, Laken Kincaid, examines popular personality tests and how the results reflect her own traits.

Keeping up with Kincaid: Do personality tests tell my life story?

Laken Kincaid, Campus Editor December 3, 2021

I will be the first to admit that I am a sucker for a good old-fashioned personality test. Like any college student, I am still exploring my identity. To be honest, it is stressful surveying yourself while...

Students are rewarded with the return of famous chicken tenders after 75% of the population became vaccinated.

Chicken tenders return to campus after vaccine mandate deadline passes

Laken Kincaid, Campus Editor November 30, 2021

On Aug. 27, John Carroll’s Administration announced a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for the entire  University. The deadline for students and faculty to receive their first dose of the vaccine passed on ...

Newly elected student government President, Grace Kilfoyle, sets goals for the incoming administration.

John Carroll Student Government announces 2022 executive board and senate

Laken Kincaid, Campus Editor November 27, 2021

The John Carroll Student Government announced their Executive Board and class senators for the 2022 school year. The Executive Board was announced on Nov. 12 and the Senate was announced on Nov. 24. The...

President Margaret Skubik tells The Carroll News her hopes and plans for the rest of her term.

New Student Government President Margaret Skubik shares plans for her short term in office

Laken Kincaid, Campus Editor November 19, 2021

On Nov. 16, Margaret Skubik ‘22 was sworn in as president of the John Carroll Student Government. Her rise to the presidency followed the impeachment of previous president Matthew J. Meyer under terms...

The JCU administration published the JCU crime report for the year 2020.

Examining the JCU 2020 Crime Report

Laken Kincaid, Campus Editor November 19, 2021

John Carroll released its official 2020 crime report for the University. The report discusses both the number and type of offenses that occurred in the campus community during the year 2020. However, the...

Campus Editor Taylor Anthony reflects on the importance of representation, especially its significance in the Black Panther film that was released in 2018.

Taylor’s Column: The importance of representation in American society

Taylor Anthony, Campus Editor November 19, 2021

While I was home during our fall break, the three-day weekend allowed me to spend time with my parents, my brothers and 8-year-old nephew. My nephew and I watched the movie “Black Panther” for maybe...

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