Articles published in April, 2007
Last week’s Virginia Tech massacre hit close to home at John Carroll University. Kevin Granata, a professor in the department of engineering science and mechanics at VA Tech, attended JCU for two years, from 1980 to 1982.
Luis Calingo has abruptly stepped down as dean of the Boler School of Business, less than a full year into his tenure as head of the college. Calingo’s resignation letter cited only family concerns as his reason for leaving. He has accepted a position as dean of the School of Business and Leadership at Dominican University in California, according to an April 17 news release from Dominican.
Adam Brody seems to carry the essence of his “OC” character, Seth Cohen, in every film that he is featured in. And Brody’s latest film, “In the Land of Women,” is no different.
With tuition costs rising to $26,144 next fall, it seems that John Carroll University students would be aggressively seeking scholarship opportunities. However, despite the thousands of dollars endowed in JCU’s financial aid grants and loans, many students tend to overlook such offers.
Q: How did you get your job in Hollywood? A: I didn’t really know anyone, so I had to be persistent. I would read different publications everyday, like Daily Variety and Entertainment Reporter, and just kept calling. I actually went as far as knocking on the doors of Paramount Pictures. Q: What is it like…
Bases loaded, two outs and a tie game. This is a situation that every baseball player dreams of when they are growing up. This was the situation that John Carroll University senior first baseman Warren Ciabattoni faced in JCU’s second game of their doubleheader with defending Division III national champions Marietta College on Saturday.
The Supreme Court last week ruled that the nationwide ban on a specific partial birth abortion procedure was to be upheld. The 5-4 decision said that it is constitutional to deny a woman access to this particular method of abortion.Politicians on both sides were quick to react.
It is rare for a team chasing a playoff spot to have the opportunity to play the team that holds the very spot they are chasing. This past weekend John Carroll University’s softball team had the opportunity to take over Mount Union’s spot in the standings. However, JCU was swept by Mount Union.
Every year, the Margaret F. Grace lecture has the consistent theme of hope. This year the speaker could not have had a more inspirational story.
With the support of over 65 teams and 832 participants, John Carroll University’s first annual Relay For Life surpassed all goals set, making $76,255.53. Originally, JCU had set goals of gathering 50 teams, and raising $40,000.
Ever since the article appeared in The Plain Dealer, the MAPD Net project has gotten more and more successful by the day.
For all the media coverage the 2008 presidential election has already generated, alarmingly small amounts have been devoted to legitimate political issues. Instead, the reporting of the race has so far centered on money, sex, and innuendo.
Although members of the sororities and fraternities may have been fake singing, there was nothing fake about the sheer entertainment provided by the Lip Sync contest in Kulas Auditorium on Thursday, April 19.
With final exams quickly approaching, it seems as though the stress just keeps coming. Final projects, papers and tests are all weighing heavily on our minds as we try to get through the rest of the semester.
Can you believe it? The Cleveland Browns actually won something! Yep, you heard it right. The Browns won their much-anticipated coin toss with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to win the number 3 overall pick in the upcoming NFL Draft.
1. Oakland Raiders - JaMarcus Russell QB, L.S.U. - Oakland’s quarterback situation was more than lackluster last season. Russell is a big, athletic quarterback who can give Oakland an edge under center from his first day on the job.
Why does it seem that all horror movies these days follow the same plot lines and contain the same clichés?
MySpace entered into the news business April 12th with a feature that lets its users determine what items other members see.
Recently, John Carroll University’s cleaning service Service Solutions Corporation (SSC) adopted a new line of environmentally-friendly general cleaning products to create safer and healthier atmosphere for students.
Greek Week isn’t all eating tacos and running around the Quad or mouthing the words to songs. It is about showing the unity of John Carroll University’s Greek Life. This past week sororities and fraternities participated in a weeklong tradition filled with events full of entertainment.
Resiliency. It appears to be one of the only words that can truly define the young men and women of the Y Generation.
In the wake of the Virginia Tech tragedy, many universities are re-examining their school safety and security policies. The policies are as varied as the institutions. It is crucial that such policies are not placeboes, or worse, counterproductive.
Representatives from Sasaki Associates, Inc. discussed suggestions for John Carroll University’s Master Plan on April 12, mentioning vast improvements in residence halls and athletic complexes.
Once the dust finally settled over the Virginia Tech campus shootings, there seemed to be several mixed feelings of shock and agony. But, more than anything, the situation left some very important questions.
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