Articles by Lauren Kluth

Johnson Natatorium facilities to receive a makeover

The Johnson Natatorium, which features a six-lane, 25-yard swimming pool and a diving well with three diving boards, serves as a second home to many John Carroll University swimmers and divers. The natatorium hosts many JCU students throughout the year, as well as many students from other competing schools. In order to create a more…

Putting their skills to good use: Business students help local lower-income families file taxes

As Benjamin Franklin put it, “The only things certain in life are death and taxes.”  However, low-income families often need help preparing their taxes in the most cost-effective manner. VITA, a program funded by the IRS, offers free tax help to people who make $51,000 or less and need assistance in preparing their tax returns.…

Student organizations slammed with suspensions

As the semester is drawing to a close, student organizations are busier than ever. Typically around this time of year, most organizations are wrapping up their semesters with annual events and activities. But this year, many organizations are strictly focused on getting back in good standing with the University after being suspended. Eighteen John Carroll…

Sound the alarms: students frustrated by frequent evacuations

Many John Carroll dorm-dwellers are now asking themselves if they can recall the days when they would awake from a night’s sleep well-rested. Since the beginning of the year, students have been losing sleep due to the fire alarms spontaneously going off throughout the night and into the early morning. Students living in residence halls…