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Readin' with Rachel: Going back to the outside

Readin’ with Rachel: Going back to the outside

Rachel Scully, Campus Editor January 27, 2021

This week, John Carroll returned to in-person classes after almost a year of remote learning. At first, I was elated to come back to campus because I could spend time with friends and finally see campus...

Readin' with Rachel: A change in holiday tradition

Readin’ with Rachel: A change in holiday tradition

Rachel Scully, Campus Editor December 10, 2020

I grew up in a large family. My grandparents had 16 children with five sets of twins (yes, seriously). Needless to say, the Scully family is still well-known for their quantity of kids and grandkids. I...

Many students feel that LockDown Browser makes tests so much more nerve wracking.

How Lockdown Browser impacts students’ testing mindset

Sydni Bratthauar, Staff Reporter December 9, 2020

Matthew Meyer, a junior at John Carroll and the president-elect of Student Government, said that the anxiety he feels in exams is dependent on what mode of LockDown Browser professors choose. “I’ve...

Many students end up losing sleep the night before finals, which inevitably impacts their academic success.

Study and self care tips for finals season

Campus Column
Nicolette Noce, Campus Editor December 9, 2020

This has been the longest, most draining semester of my life. Looming finals have ignited excitement for its end but also a variety of negative emotions, such as anxiety, angst and overwhelming stress....

LaGuardia dedicated 53 years to John Carroll University as an English professor.

Professor David LaGuardia hosts “Last Lecture” series before retirement

300 guests attended Professor David LaGuardia's zoom meeting to congratulate him on his retirement.
Laken Kincaid, Staff Reporter December 9, 2020

David LaGuardia, a professor of English, spoke on Wednesday, Dec. 2 to a Zoom audience of 300 guests as part of the Last Lecture series. This was especially fitting because LaGuardia plans to retire at...

At the 2019 event

Issues Latinx students face on college campuses

John Slagter II, The Carroll News November 24, 2020

“I saw this mob of people in front of the fence and then on the steps of the student center. I just saw two people from LASA, and they were yelling at people on the other side of the fence.  I walked...

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Academic Success Center offers one-on-one meetings with academic success coach

Laken Kincaid, Staff Reporter November 20, 2020

The Academic Success Center offered one-on-one meetings with an academic success coach: either Ed Mish or Lisa Ramsey for those majoring within the College of Arts and Sciences in a recent email sent to...

John Carroll administration said that the Board serves to

JCU Student Government announces 2021 senators

November 19, 2020

Class of 2022 Senators Aiden Keenan (President) Sean Butler Sean Padden Brendan Schnoor Thomas Keane   Class of 2023 Senators Maria Coughlin (President) Maggie Paul Grace Kilfoyle Nick...

Readin' with Rachel: A career amidst the pandemic

Readin’ with Rachel: A career amidst the pandemic

Rachel Scully, Campus Editor November 18, 2020

If you’re like me, you’re struggling to stay afloat these days. This year has been crazy, believe me, I know. However, those external circumstances aren’t the only thing stressing me out. Figuring...

Winterch quoted Sherlock Holmes a few times during his presentation. One of the quotes stated,

Former CSI Agent teaches JCU students about criminal investigations

Rachel Scully, Campus Editor November 18, 2020

Former CSI Agent and current John Carroll Prof. Dan Winterch, J.D. taught students about investigating crime scenes and criminal contamination at a virtual event on Nov. 12 hosted by Ohio Innocence Project...

Campus Column: Cosmos in full effect

Campus Column: Cosmos in full effect

Nicolette Noce, Campus Editor November 17, 2020

Pluto is small and desolate. It’s not something we earthlings consider too often unless employed by NASA or involved in an astronomy club of some sort. It is cold and lifeless, but it is also mysterious....

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