SXU’s Muslim Student Association raise $4K for charity with basketball tournament

Saint Xavier University’s (SXU) Muslim Student Association (MSA) recently held its fourth charity basketball tournament in an effort to promote awareness and raise money for Muslims Understanding and Helping Special Education Needs (MUHSEN). All seven of MSA’s board members came together to host the event as part of their annual humanitarian project. “The importance of…

SXU’s Dept. of Language and Literature hosts First Annual Literary Awards Ceremony and Art Performance

Saint Xavier University’s (SXU) Department of Language and Literature cordially invites you to the First Annual Literary Awards Ceremony & Arts Performance on Wednesday, April 26 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at Gilhooley’s Grande Saloon. The event will include: Prizes awarded to the top three student entries selected by a jury; Notification of all manuscripts…

SXU’s Schmitt Scholars host ‘Beyond Color Lines’ panel discussion on racial justice – April 11

How do racial and social inequalities sustain the system of oppression? How has the immigration climate changed under our nation’s political transition? These questions and more will be addressed at Saint Xavier University’s (SXU) “Beyond Color Lines” panel discussion on Tuesday, April 11 at 6 p.m. in Warde Academic Center’s McGuire Hall, 3700 West 103rd…

SXU and WGN-TV’s Teacher of the Month for March: Martin Puc

Saint Xavier University (SXU) has partnered with WGN-TV Chicago to highlight the Teacher of the Month program, which honors educators who make a difference in their communities. The program recognizes outstanding kindergarten, elementary, junior high, high school, vocational, and special education teachers in Chicagoland and northwest Indiana. Martin Puc teaches reading and language arts classroom…

SXU’s Shawn Salmon and Tenor Madness help Chicago Catholic Charities end hunger at Chi-Town Jazz Festival

Saint Xavier University (SXU) Department of Music’s Jazz Studies Director Shawn Salmon will be performing at Andy’s Jazz Club in Chicago, as part of the Eighth Annual Chi-Town Jazz Festival. Proceeds from the event go to the Chicago Catholic Charities to help support hunger relief in Chicago. More information about the Chi-Town Jazz Festival is…

Join the iQuit Project!

The American Cancer Society (ACS) is recruiting current smokers who want to quit for a new study led by ACS researchers and the University of California San Francisco (UCSF). There is no fee for the program and participants will receive compensation for their involvement. The iQuit Project uses a web-based text-messaging platform to help people…