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Social Justice Instagram Accounts Make an Impact in JCU Community

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September 9, 2020

Since the beginning of summer, the U.S. has faced socio-political hardship after protests and riots broke out across the nation. People are taking action and demanding change. While this may take time...

Generations of Blue Streaks: The Value of John Carroll’s Legacy Community

Generations of Blue Streaks: The Value of John Carroll’s Legacy Community
May 16, 2020

For a legacy student — that is, someone with a family member who attended John Carroll before them — stepping on John Carroll’s campus for the first time is especially significant. They can envision...

Father Pipp tests negative for COVID-19

April 24, 2020

The John Carroll community had a COVID-19 scare when Rev. Tom Pipp, S.J., the rector of the Jesuit community at Schell House, showed symptoms of the virus and got tested. The COVID-19 Task Force, led by...

Academic pass/fail policy in the works in response to student petition

April 1, 2020

A petition started and signed by John Carroll University students has led to faculty and administrators taking action, resulting in new rules for pass/fail grading that are expected to be announced by...

Campus Ministry offers “God on the Go”

Campus Ministry offers “God on the Go”
March 23, 2020

As John Carroll adjusts to remote learning for the remainder of spring semester, students involved in the Campus Ministry department have also transitioned to virtual platforms to foster spiritual development. The...

Sophia Maltese elected Editor-in-Chief of The Carroll News

Sophia Maltese elected Editor-in-Chief of The Carroll News
March 21, 2020

The Carroll News elected former Managing Editor Sophia Maltese as the Editor-in-Chief for the 2020-2021 school year on March 20, 2020.  Maltese has worked at The Carroll News since the beginning of...

Campus Column: The coronavirus can be devastating, even if you don’t contract the disease

March 14, 2020

Last week, as we hit the most hectic part of the semester, everyone’s world was turned upside down by an email sent by President Michael Johnson on March 10. Johnson alerted students, faculty and staff...

Jack Connelly ’20 writes, directs and produces “Jesuspalooza”

February 27, 2020

This past weekend, senior Jack Connelly brought his imaginative ideas to the stage with the production of his original one act play, “Jesuspalooza.” Connelly is studying creative writing at John...

Students’ thoughts on Student Accessibility Services

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February 27, 2020

As a Jesuit institution, John Carroll aims to be inclusive and caring. Student Accessibility Services on campus has the same goal — to ensure a safe, welcoming environment for all.  Matthew Loughran...

Students claim revised UH noise ordinance targets JCU

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February 27, 2020

The City of University Heights revised its noise ordinances Feb. 21, making it easier for police officers to cite individuals for “disturbing the peace.” As stated in chapter 648.11 of the University...

Campus Column: Theatre is Magic

February 27, 2020

“Remember that theatre is magic and magic is theatre, and blessed are we who create that magic.” The cast and crew repeated these words before every show at my high school. I recall circling up before...

WKYC weathercaster Hollie Strano visits JCU

February 13, 2020

Hollie Strano, weathercaster and journalist for WKYC-TV, smoothed down the front of her bright pink dress in the dim lighting of the Dolan Reading Room. The space was filled with students chattering excitedly....

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