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Purple lights campaign for domestic violence awareness comes to campus

Purple lights campaign for domestic violence awareness comes to campus

Taylor Anthony, Campus Editor October 14, 2021

The purple light decor around campus this holiday season is not to celebrate Halloween. Rather, on Thursday, Sept. 30, John Carroll faculty and staff kicked off its annual Purple Lights Campaign to honor...

JCU homecoming at the Great Lakes Science Center

JCU homecoming at the Great Lakes Science Center

Sydni Bratthauar and Aiden Keenan October 12, 2021

Over 300 JCU students attended this year’s homecoming dance at the Great Lakes Science Center Friday, Oct. 1. The $30 tickets — which included food, drinks, transportation and access to the Science...

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

Taylor’s column: Allow me to introduce myself

Taylor Anthony, Campus Editor October 8, 2021

As I start my first year working as the campus editor for The Carroll News, I thought it was only best to briefly introduce myself in my first column!  So, let me begin with the basics. My name is...

Staff reporter Sydni Bratthauar reflects on her experience during John Carrolls Panhellenic recruitment week.

JCU’s Greek life recruitment after the pandemic

Sydni Bratthauar, Staff Reporter October 7, 2021

John Carroll University held their 2021 sorority Rush Week from Sept. 19 through Sept. 26. During this week, the five Greek life sorority chapters (Kappa Kappa Gamma, Gamma Phi Beta, Chi Omega, Kappa Alpha...

Students around campus wonder why there are no empty spaces to park their vehicles.

The student parking crisis at JCU

Grace Sherban, The Carroll News October 7, 2021

As students returned to campus this fall, expectations for the semester were high. This is the first in-person fall semester after COVID-19 forced John Carroll to go virtual for the majority of last year....

Deanna Fisher introduces the candidates. From left to right, Michael Dylan Brennan, Phil Atkins, Barbara Blankfeld, and Ken Simmons.

University Heights mayoral candidates hold online forum

Aiden Keenan, Photo Editor October 6, 2021

On Sep. 30, the four candidates for University Heights mayor attended a public forum and Q+A session hosted by the League of Women Voters of Greater Cleveland in an effort to improve citizen understanding...

President Alan Miciak was officially inaugurated on Sept. 9 as president of John Carroll University.

The inauguration of President Alan Miciak

Laken Kincaid, Campus Editor October 4, 2021

On Sept. 9, Dr. Alan Miciak was officially inaugurated as the President of John Carroll University. The inauguration followed Miciak’s previous promotion to executive vice president of the university...

Saxbys, a completely student run cafe, is scheduled to arrive at John Carroll by the start of the spring semester.

The scoop on Saxbys, JCU’s new student run coffee shop

Sophia Giallanza, The Carroll News October 1, 2021

After the closing of the beloved Einstein's Bagels in the basement of Admin, it’s safe to say that JCU students are more than eager for the upcoming opening of the new Saxbys coffee shop. Many students...

John Carroll University secured a high ranking among colleges in the Midwest.

John Carroll Ranked No. 2 among the Best Regional Universities in Midwest

Taylor Anthony, Campus Editor September 30, 2021

John Carroll University was once again ranked No. 2 among Best Regional Universities in the Midwest for the 2022 academic year as reported by the U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges Ranking.  The...

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

Keeping up with Kincaid: What stories can I tell?

Laken Kincaid, Campus Editor September 30, 2021

A single story is where narratives outside of the status quo are never discovered or interacted with. Chimamanda Adichie, a Nigerian speaker, discussed in a TEDxTalk how she would write about British and...

Students often arrive at the In Between only to be told their food has been stolen.

Stolen food at the In Between frustrates students

Allison Foos, The Carroll News September 24, 2021

As John Carroll University students are settling into their fourth week of school, something not so settling is rumored across campus. The word is out that theft has been occurring at the Inn Between....

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

Nicolette’s Column: Next steps

Nicolette Noce, Assistant Campus Editor September 24, 2021

The start of this school year brings me great happiness as well as nostalgic sentiment. With this being my final semester at JCU, I am filled with pride but also uncertainty of what is to come.  When...

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