- Jun 14, 2021
A Catholic university in Cincinnati will appoint the first woman to lead the school in its 190-year history, school officials announced Monday.
A New Orleans thoroughfare named for the former president of the Confederacy will be renamed next year to honor a local civil rights icon and longtime president of a Catholic historically Black university, the City Council decided Thursday.
A university in Louisiana has received a $20 million donation from an anonymous donor, the largest private contribution in the school’s history.
Two New Orleans universities, the Archdiocese of New Orleans and a government contractor are defendants in a whistleblower lawsuit alleging fraud involving more than $100 million in Hurricane Katrina aid.
CINCINNATI, Ohio – Student leaders tackled the intersections of race, faith, and justice during a frank panel discussion at Xavier University. Dr. Marcus Mescher, the event’s organizer and an assistant professor of Christian ethics at the midwestern Jesuit university, told Crux that “many in attendance remarked that they ‘got more
After little girls at a Catholic school were punished for their hairstyles, Xavier students are trying to educate schools on the issue.
Xavier University of Louisiana has announced a new initiative to unite groups working on the promotion of African American canonization causes.
The first weekend of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament provided many thrills for those watching the action. The dramatic scene of Georgia State coach Ron Hunter falling off his courtside chair after his son TJ hit the game-winning shot against Baylor will live on in the lore of the tournament