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Most events were outdoors or virtual this year, but students remain optimistic for next year. Cullen reports that students still remained in high spirits to see one another and enjoy time together. 
(Photo courtesy of Demitri Cullen ‘21).

Greek Week at JCU

Aiden Keenan, Photo Editor April 26, 2021

The Fraternity and Sorority Life Office hosted its annual Greek Week April 18-24 with the theme of “In Aspen.” Typically culminating in a large lip-sync performance in Kulas Auditorium, this semester’s...

A view of Grasselli Library from a window on the south side of the Admin building.
(Photo by Aiden Keenan ‘22).

A look inside Grasselli Tower

Aiden Keenan, Photo Editor April 15, 2021

Grasselli Tower, one of John Carroll’s most iconic landmarks, stands tall from the center of the Administration building. Students joke about climbing to the top of Grasselli Tower, as one of the most...

Giba, Alex Rajakovich ‘21 and Walsh act out a scene. Rajakovich holds a bucket that is filled with water and attempts to put out the fire. 
(Photo courtesy of Evelyn Lindrose ‘21).

“Garbage Fire” performed by students

Aiden Keenan, Photo Editor April 5, 2021

“Garbage Fire,” an original play written by Jack Connelly ‘20, was performed March 26-28 in Marinello Little Theatre. This show was the first in-person theater production on campus since last year....

This desk is frequently used by Kyle Kelly, sports editor. This shirt honors the late Chris Wenzler, former director of Sports Information.
(Photo by Aiden Keenan).

A look inside a Carroll News deadline night

Aiden Keenan, Photo Editor March 27, 2021

Every week, The Carroll News staff is hard at work bringing hard-hitting stories to the John Carroll community. The inside of the office is typically bustling with students at all hours of the night, particularly...

A flag with Campus Ministry’s central motto for immersion experiences, “Faith That Does Justice,” hangs on the Mexican side of the border wall. 
(Photo courtesy of Ray Flannery ‘22).

Immersion experiences have the green light for 2022

Aiden Keenan, Photo Editor March 18, 2021

Students can now apply for immersion experiences that will take place in Jan. 2022, according to Inside JCU. During the 2019-20 academic year, Ray Flannery ‘22 joined Campus Ministry on its immersion...

The Cleveland Museum of Art is a JCU student must-see. 
(Photo by Aiden Keenan).

The Beauty Outside of the Cleveland Museum of Art

Aiden Keenan, Photo Editor March 15, 2021

Spring is (almost) here. Beautiful weather, fun springtime adventures and new opportunities have arrived for students at JCU. This past weekend, Shannon Callaghan ‘22 and I took a trip to University...

Westin Fishel ’22 and Christian Litwinowicz ’22 pose with their t-shirts and customized license plates in the atrium of the Student Center. 
(Photo courtesy of Emma Kosicek ‘23).

SUPB’s Streak The Center

Aiden Keenan March 6, 2021

The Student Union Programming Board hosted its semesterly Streak The Center event on Feb. 26. Following COVID-19 protocols, 100 students were invited every hour into the Student Center for activities like...

Pictured are the six graduating women on the team. Each player was given a yellow rose to commemorate her time on the team. From left to right, Stephanie Labas, Nicole Heffington, Gabrielle Gevaudan, Sarah Sprecher, Abby Adler, and Dani Carlson.
(Photo from Carmen Ferrante).

Women’s Basketball Senior Night Game

Aiden Keenan February 25, 2021

Sports are back at JCU! The women’s basketball team had their senior night on Saturday, Feb. 20, to honor their graduating athletes. Six players are graduating this year, and the team ended the night...

Insulation, ceiling tiles and garbage bags are stored behind caution tape on the third floor.
(Photo by Aiden Keenan).

Grasselli Library Construction

Aiden Keenan February 9, 2021

Grasselli Library has been under construction for the last few months, and the work continues. The Carroll News took an investigative look into the construction, especially on the third floor. Library...

Only two people are allowed to sit at each table, and this Plexiglass divider remains between them. The small blue card on the table displays a “Clean” and “Dirty” side that shows if a table has been sanitized since last use. 
(Photo by Aiden Keenan).

Schott Dining Hall Re-Opens For Indoor Dining

Aiden Keenan February 7, 2021

Schott Dining Hall re-opened for indoor dining on Monday, Feb. 1. Students no longer need to carry their food back to their residence halls. Safety protocols are still in place, including distancing and...

Student Government voted on legislative bills which impact future proceedings in various areas.

New JCU Student Government Administration Sworn-In

January 28, 2021

Thursday, Jan. 21 was the 101st annual inauguration of the John Carroll Student Government. Though the inauguration usually takes place at the Dolan Center for Science and Technology, newly inaugurated...

After being cut down, trees are rested upon the buildings so that the employees can tie them together before customers bring them home. 
(Photo by Aiden Keenan).

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

Aiden Keenan December 9, 2020

Happy December, Blue Streaks! This past weekend, my family and I made our annual trek to Granger’s Christmas Tree Farm near Syracuse, New York, to cut down our Christmas tree. Though there was no snow...

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