Articles by jcarroll

OurView: Creative Catholicism

Dominic Gideon is a freshman at Borromeo Seminary and takes classes at John Carroll along with  30 other seminarians. Gideon plans on majoring in English, aspires to be a published writer.    Last Thursday, as John Carroll University students were reveling like giddy grade schoolers for the first of their back-to-back snow days, I was…

Letter to the Editor: Letter to the Editor (2/26/15)

Due to the sensitive subject matter, the author’s name will remain private.   I was thrilled when I could finally cross off the item that was highest on my John Carroll bucket list: “Become a JCU orientation leader.” It proved to be an incredibly exciting and rewarding experience overall, but the most meaningful part of…

‘Into the Woods’ with Kendrick and Pine

The Carroll News had the opportunity to speak with actors Anna Kendrick and Chris Pine about their roles in Disney’s new interpretation of Stephen Sondheim’s musical “Into the Woods.”   The Carroll News: What does this movie offer for different audiences, being adults or children?   Anna Kendrick: I think that thematically, the whole piece…

Alumni Corner: The Carroll News chats with Kristen Jantonio ‘11

  The CN: What made you decide to apply for the “Meet the Press” Fellowship?   Kristen Jantonio: There was something that I just knew that I wanted it. I thought, “I want to do everything I possibly can to try and get this opportunity with ‘Meet the Press’ because it has such a lasting…

SEC’s new EDGAR will be incompatible with 2011 XBRL

[By, Adam Morgan] In June 2011, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) required all corporate filers reporting under Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) to provide a copy of their financial statements written in Extensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL). The new method for reporting was seen as a huge step in enhancing the comparability of companies…

Consumers still choose in-store shopping over online

Coming soon to Beachwood Place is a store many of us are surprised to see coming. On Saturday, April 13, Microsoft will be opening its doors to customers in the Cleveland area. Upgrading from their current kiosk for customers to ask questions about their products, Microsoft will become a full brick and mortar store starting…