Articles by Caitlin Huey-Burns
Good afternoon to the John Carroll Community, and especially the members of the Class of 2009. Today, I am not going to say “your future is ahead of you”, or that “the wheel of life is in your hands” because these statements are simplistic advice in a complex world I will not tell you that “from this day forward, anything is possible” because tomorrow I am going to be moving back in with my parents.
John Carroll University officials made a request to the University Heights City Council last December to demolish five University-owned homes on Milford Road and one on Warrensville Center Road to make room for a University athletic field. The council met again last week to discuss the issue, but has yet to approve the project.
High levels of carbon monoxide in the Gilmour Academy Ice Arena led to about 100 people being transported to area hospitals Saturday night during the John Carroll University-hosted Division I American Collegiate Hockey Association men’s national collegiate hockey championship.
The John Carroll University Student Union voted down a proposed amendment to its constitution Tuesday that was designed to modify the prerequisites for presidential candidates.
Thomas Dart has been named the new Director of Development in the division of University advancement. He is now responsible for managing the university’s fundraising which includes corporate, foundation and planned giving along with alumni donations, research and the well endowed annual fund.
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.
Paul Lauritzen, Religious Studies professor and the director of the Program in Applied Ethics, received John Carroll University’s Distinguished Faculty Award this year. The undergraduate bulletin states that this award, given annually since 1969, is the highest honor that the University can present to a faculty member.
From May 21-29, an expected 120 John Carroll University students will make the 18-hour drive to New Orleans to help with the relief efforts of the destruction left by Hurricane Katrina.