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Campus Column: Take the Leap

Olivia Shackleton, Campus Editor

January 30, 2020

 “You won’t go to Padua if you don’t get an academic scholarship,” my mom warned me, as I reached the end of my middle-school career. My parents have always acted as motivators, reminding me how important education is, a...

Waiting is the Worst

Megan Grantham, Campus Editor

January 23, 2020

Over winter break, I was catching up on some fun reading, which included the fourth installment of the Harry Potter series: “The Goblet of Fire.” In this book, Harry participates in competitions related to the Goblet of Fire,...

Celebrating potential Blue Streaks

Kathryn Mattimoe

January 23, 2020

There will be many new faces on campus on March 28 as incoming freshmen visit campus for Celebration Day. Many students remember this event as the first time they met their friends, visited  the dorm halls  and met the facult...

John Carroll Student Government celebrates 100th inauguration

Olivia Shackleton, Campus Editor

January 23, 2020

Blue and gold tablecloths decorated the tables in the Dolan Science Center atrium on Jan. 16, as the artificial flames from the centerpieces illuminated the faces of the students preparing to be inaugurated into the 2020 Student...

Humans of JCU: Michael Nichols

Megan Grantham, Campus Editor

January 23, 2020

“In hindsight, it was the best situation I could have asked for,” said Associate Professor Michael Nichols of accepting the position in the JCU Department of Chemistry in 1996. Many students studying science at John Carroll...

The meaning behind Ignatian Heritage Week

Georgia Lattas

January 23, 2020

John Carroll University has celebrated Ignatian Heritage Week since 2008, a week dedicated to honoring St. Ignatius and the impact he has had on Jesuit tradition. Starting Jan. 26, students can attend various events celebrating...

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...

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