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JCU Students wonder if they can take their book writing dreams to new heights without the lofty price tag.

JCU book writing partnership draws criticism

Laken Kincaid, Campus Editor May 5, 2021

A new program at John Carroll has sparked controversy as students empty their pockets to follow their dreams. JCU’s Entrepreneurship program has partnered with Georgetown University’s New Degree Press...

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JCU’s involvement with vaccine rollout

Nicolette Noce, Campus Editor May 5, 2021

John Carroll University plans to return to primarily in-person learning in the fall. According to President Michael Johnson, the University will still utilize the HyFlex learning model, which will allow...

Executive Vice President Alan Miciak is set to begin his new role as president on June 1.

BREAKING: Alan Miciak to replace Michael Johnson as JCU President on June 1

Laken Kincaid, Campus Editor May 3, 2021

Effective June 1, JCU President Michael D. Johnson will be stepping down and will be replaced by Alan Miciak. An email from Chairman of the Board William P. Donnelly was sent to the JCU community the morning...

Keeping up with Kincaid: Why do I habit track?

Keeping up with Kincaid: Why do I habit track?

Laken Kincaid, Campus Editor April 29, 2021

I will be the first to admit that I do not take enough time for myself. I constantly bombard my schedule with various activities. However, I like my life this way. I prefer hustle and bustle to  inaction....

College students across the nation wonder if they can afford a higher education.

The debt crisis: How student debt impacts college graduates

Laken Kincaid and Rachel Scully April 29, 2021

Today, most college students face a similar problem: financing their education. With university prices skyrocketing, students find themselves with empty pockets. While both private and federal loans seem...

Springtime Snow: Sign of resiliency or cause for concern?

Springtime Snow: Sign of resiliency or cause for concern?

Sean Patterson, The Carroll News April 28, 2021

We know what April showers bring, but what happens when April snow suddenly and mysteriously blankets the quad? Should we be glad or worried about a disrupted climate? A couple days of springtime snow...

TJ Lindstrom selected editor-in-chief of The Carroll News

TJ Lindstrom selected editor-in-chief of The Carroll News

April 23, 2021

The Carroll News has selected former Opinion editor TJ Lindstrom as the editor-in-chief for the 2020-2021 school year. Lindstrom began writing for The Carroll News his first semester at John Carroll,...

Campus Column: Positive Affirmations

Campus Column: Positive Affirmations

Nicolette Noce, Campus Editor April 22, 2021

Recently, I’ve found myself in a downward spiral of negative thinking (yuck).  With a lot going on academically, personally and globally, it is hard to stay positive. I found myself thinking, “The...

Humans of JCU: Diane Seifert

Humans of JCU: Diane Seifert

Jacob Kozlowski, The Carroll News April 21, 2021

This year brought big changes to the Schott Dining Hall. With the advent of mobile ordering, dining at JCU is a more convenient and enjoyable experience. What hasn’t changed from years prior, however,...

Delta Tau Delta and Chi Omega in the octagon lounge in the basement of Hamlin Hall. (Photo taken pre pandemic)

John Carroll community reacts to hazing in Ohio

Laken Kincaid, Staff Reporter April 15, 2021

Since the death of Stone Foltz, a student at Bowling Green State University, campuses across the nation have started to combat hazing. With nine active Greek societies, John Carroll sororities and fraternities...

Photo courtesy os Dan Fotoples

Meet JCU’s New Title IX Coordinator

Nicolette Noce, Campus Editor April 15, 2021

Dan Fotoples was hired as John Carroll’s newest Title IX officer on March 18. As the Title IX officer, Fotoples works to ensure students and members of the community that they have access to the necessary...

This picture was taken in Copenhagen while I was walking with a friend! Manifesting this energy now.

Readin’ with Rachel: Stopping to smell the flowers

Rachel Scully, Campus Editor April 15, 2021

Over the past few months, I felt myself slipping more and more into a monotonous cycle. I wake up, do school/work and go back to my bed to relax for a couple of hours before going to sleep for the night....

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