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Gabriella Flores is ‘continuing the dream’ at John Carroll

Megan Grantham, Campus Editor March 22, 2019

“Words have a lot more impact than people might think, and no matter what’s going on in the world, no matter what’s going on with anyone personally, you should always put your best face forward and...

The appeal of University Heights, “city of beautiful homes”

Tara Byrne March 22, 2019

It is no coincidence that the City of University Heights, Ohio, calls itself “the city of beautiful homes.” Take a stroll down Silsby, Bushnell, Traymore or really any city street, and you will understand....

Minimalism at its finest:The ACTORS FROM THE LONDON STAGE perform “King Lear”

Minimalism at its finest:The ACTORS FROM THE LONDON STAGE perform “King Lear”

Jessica DiSalvatore , The Carroll News February 22, 2019

Only eight chairs are visible on the stage in Kulas Auditorium. As you get closer to the stage to find a seat, you see a few more items: There are bells next to the chairs and other materials on the ground...

Anonymous alum pledges $20 million to JCU

Anonymous alum pledges $20 million to JCU

Olivia Shackleton, Editor-in-Chief February 20, 2019

An anonymous John Carroll alumnus pledged to give the University $20 million. President Michael Johnson announced the pledge on Feb. 20, 2019. To see the full announcement, click here.

Column: Swipe right on this: Our parents’ take on relationships

Sophia Maltese , Campus Editor February 14, 2019

The most underutilized and, perhaps, taboo resource available to young people is their parents. The parents who embarrassed us by asking who we danced with after a night of overplayed pop music and Airhead...

Does JCU Value Adjunct Professors?

Olivia Shackleton, Editor-in-Chief February 14, 2019

Editor’s note: During the Fall 2018 semester, The Carroll News was alerted that adjunct professors wanted a public voice to address grievances they have with the University. There will be a weekly installment...

New John Carroll Organization: Savvy Headbands

Darrell Lane, Staff Reporter February 14, 2019

Freshman Savannah Grandovic is the president and creator of John Carroll’s new student organization Savvy Headbands. The first meeting for this organization is Monday, Feb. 18. Grandovic explains...

Poet Mark Halliday, “Curator of the Past,” shares award-winning work

Jessica DiSalvatore, The Carroll News February 14, 2019

Students, professors and community members are filling up Rodman A for the first poetry reading of the term. All the chairs are occupied, people are sitting on tables and others are still standing. Professor...

Entrepreneurship minor makes innovative strides with NEOLaunchNET

Entrepreneurship minor makes innovative strides with NEOLaunchNET

Megan Grantham, Campus Editor February 14, 2019

“Entrepreneurship is a key cornerstone of our distinctive programs, and we are thrilled to partner with organizations like the Burton D. Morgan Foundation. LaunchNET’s mission of inspiring innovation...

Humans of JCU: Trent Kay Maverick

Humans of JCU: Trent Kay Maverick

Matt Wilson , The Carroll News February 7, 2019

Trent Maverick is the director of WJCU, John Carroll’s radio station, as well as a full-time professor in the Tim Russert Department of Communication and Theatre. She teaches audio production and media...

Celebrating 50 years of women at John Carroll University

Celebrating 50 years of women at John Carroll University

Olivia Shackleton, Editor-in-Chief February 7, 2019

“It’s the 50th anniversary of John Carroll admitting women full-time, making it a co-educational institution,” said Doan Winkle, chair of entrepreneurship and director of the Muldoon Center for Entrepreneurship. John...

Column: Where is God in the multiverse?

Sophia Maltese, Campus Editor February 7, 2019

I have often seen science fiction characters transcend dimensional constraints. The characters will typically escape to either a utopia or a desolate landscape, each holding an alternate version of the...

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