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Chief of Staff Jacob Kozlowski 24 (left) swears in Margaret Skubik 22 (right) as president shortly after Meyers removal.

President of Student Government Matt Meyer removed from office

Laken Kincaid, Campus Editor November 16, 2021

On Nov. 16 the John Carroll Student Government Senate removed student body President Matthew J. Meyer ‘22 from office after convicting him on two articles of impeachment.  At the start of the meeting,...

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

Keeping up with Kincaid: Why is there a kill climate in Cleveland?

Laken Kincaid, Campus Editor November 14, 2021

I believe I have made it abundantly clear that I am not a local –– neither to Northeast Ohio nor the state itself. No matter how hard I try to mask my southern twang it always slips, and my hillbilly...

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

Nicolette’s Column: Is making choices hard, or is it just me?

Nicolette Noce, Assistant Campus Editor November 5, 2021

In a single day we make approximately 35,000 choices. While most of these don’t even seem like choices, they still are. I know that choosing to get out of bed in the morning or deciding what to eat for...

Mastrantoni Family Student Success Commons and Career Center, previously located across from campus near Campion and Hamlin Hall, have been relocated to the library.

Mastrantoni Family Student Success Commons and Career Center relocates to library

Allison Foos, The Carroll News November 5, 2021

The tennis court renovations forced a change in location for both the Mastrantoni Family Student Success Commons and the university Counseling Center as the new courts are being built into their previous...

Student DJs take to the radio to share their excitement over College Radio Day.

John Carroll University celebrates College Radio Day

Laken Kincaid, Campus Editor November 4, 2021

National College Radio Day was Oct. 1 and multiple universities across the country celebrated their favorite college radio station. At John Carroll University, the WJCU radio station took to the main atrium...

The board members of Black Students in Action for the 2021-2022 academic year celebrate the RISE art exhibit.

Black Students in Action bring art exhibition to John Carroll

Taylor Anthony, Campus Editor November 4, 2021

The Black Students in Action organization hosted the DE-MIL-I-TA-RISE art exhibition by the Dissenters movement in the Black Cultural Center during the week of Oct. 26. “Dissenters is a movement organization...

The John Carroll counseling center has a new location for the school year, but the move is only temporary.

The John Carroll counseling center has been relocated for the 2021-2022 school year

Allison Foos, The Carroll News October 29, 2021

The John Carroll University Counseling Center has temporarily changed locations for the 2021-2022 school year. The Counseling Center was relocated due to the tennis court renovations, which expanded into...

Campus editor, Taylor Anthony, introduces herself to The Carroll News audience.

Taylor’s Column: How do I manage time?

Taylor Anthony, Campus Editor October 29, 2021

Sometimes it seems like there aren’t enough hours in the day to get everything done that needs to be completed, and more often than not I question whether I know how to NOT be busy. Whether it be classes...

Three of the signature programs at John Carroll have been stripped of their $5,000 scholarship incentive for new students.

Mission-based programs lose special scholarships

Aiden Keenan, Photo Editor October 28, 2021

Incoming students within the Mission-Based scholarship programs of Honors, Leadership and Arrupe will no longer receive the annual $5,000 scholarship toward tuition. The University has not made an official...

Although a year has past since the announcement of the termination of two tenured faculty, the JCU community still ponders what its future will look like under these new circumstances

Tenure a year later: how has JCU changed after the faculty handbook amendments?

Laken Kincaid, Campus Editor October 28, 2021

On Sept. 16, 2020, The Carroll News published an article about the termination of two tenured professors at JCU. Since this piece, John Carroll faced a myriad of challenges from conducting a semester fully...

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

Keeping up with Kincaid: Am I the comedic side character?

Laken Kincaid, Campus Editor October 21, 2021

I will be honest, I love attention. Like people who are addicted to caffeine or other stimulants, affection and admiration are a drug to me. My name sounds like a melody coming from another person’s...

Bloom Big Stem Bar displayed their flowers from this glass shelf on the front of their truck.
(Photo by Aiden Keenan).

University Heights hosts annual Fall Fest

Aiden Keenan, Photo Editor October 15, 2021

The Walter Stinson Community Park was filled with more than 2,500 people for the annual University Heights Fall Festival on Oct. 10. More than 50 vendors filled the space; some were candidates for local...

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