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Letter to the Editor: Donna Byrnes, Sherri Crahen, Megan Dzurec, Sue Grazia, The Rev. Bernie McAniff, S.J., Amanda Rolf

Unfortunately, from time to time, the Dean of Students Office receives reports of situations which have compromised the safety of others due to students who have chosen to commit acts of violence, intolerance or who are in violation of the alcohol policy. While it can be difficult and disappointing to hear about these incidents, we…

Alumni Corner: Ann Potter ’00

Take a look around you in the dining hall, dorms, classrooms, athletic fields. Who are your close friends right now at age 18? At age 22? Well, I’ve got news for you, chances are good they’ll be a part of your life for years to come. Since it’s the season of being thankful, I thought…

Letter to the Editor: Sophia Olsen, Class of 2016

As a young, Catholic female voting for the first time, I have to give my support to Mitt Romney for president. I am a person of strong faith, and I am appalled by the assault on religious freedom started by President Obama through the contraceptive/abortion health care mandate. This mandate was issued with total disregard…

Letter to the Editor: Kathryn Pifer, Class of 2014

I am writing out of utter disgust, nights crying myself to sleep and loss of the ability to dream. Every week, I open those stunning pages of the award-winning Carroll News to find hard hitting news stories, worthy of abundant applause whenever these writing genius’ brace our only normal human population compared with your godliness.…

Letter to the Editor: The Rose Family

To the Arrupe Scholars, JCU Campus Ministry and the JCU Community, On behalf of our family, I want to thank you for being there for us this week as we dealt with the reality of Danielle’s death. Our family could clearly see the Spirit of Jesus in Danielle, and we see that same Spirit in…

Alumni Corner: Rachelle Psznick ‘98

It has been 14 years since I graduated from John Carroll, and the memories from my time here are just as vivid today as they were back then. As I go through my daily life, there is always something that serves as a little reminder of those four very special years. It may be a…

Alumni Corner: Rona Proudfoot ’01

This may be your first year at John Carroll or your fifth. Either way, the new year means you’ve earned a fresh start. I urge you — seize the opportunity and try something new. Some of you are here with no idea what career path your college experience will take you down. Others of you…

Alumni Corner: Greg Murphy

I remember it like it happened yesterday. Sometimes I still see the baseball flying deep into the night. It was Oct. 5, 1997, and I was just over a month into my freshman year at John Carroll. The Cleveland Indians were hosting the Yankees in game four of the American League Championship Series. Trailing the…

Letter to the Editor: Letter to the Rev. Robert Niehoff, S.J.

We, the faculty of John Carroll University named below, are committed to freedom of conscience and religious liberty. We believe that the American Catholic bishops have the right to proclaim Catholic teaching vigorously and loudly. However, we also believe that access to contraception is central to the health and well being of women and children.…

Alumni Corner: Alumni Corner: Lex Tomaszewski ’01

Hey you. Glad you’re picking up the latest edition of The Carroll News with the intention of reading it cover-to-cover. Or stuff it in your backpack and pull it out later during classes like film & communication, sports journalism or campaign issues and images (all some of my favorites). I did the same back in…

OurView: The interwebz: my best friend

Anyone who knows me knows I love the Internet. YouTube is always there to make me laugh with some of its classic videos, videos like “Ultimate Dog Tease” and “Ken Lee” and of course, the countless laughing baby or puppy videos. And when that is not enough, I check out funny new memes on imgur.com.…

Obama ‘video chats’ with nation on YouTube

President Obama is trying to rebuild the American economy, one job at a time – literally. The president asked an online town hall questioner Monday to send him her husband’s  résumé, insisting he wanted to look into why the man remained out of work despite his background as a semiconductor engineer. “I meant what I…

The Carroll News names Sheridan new EIC

Junior Katie Sheridan was elected as the new editor in chief of The Carroll News on Nov. 12. Sheridan began writing for The Carroll News during her freshman year. She has previously served as an editor for the Features and Campus sections. Most recently Sheridan served as Managing Editor. Sheridan, a communications major and business…

Day care plan presented to campus community

Recently John Carroll has been considering day care facilities to be used by faculty and students. A meeting regarding the possibility of creating a day care on campus took place on Friday, April 24.

Ohio is one of ten states to receive failing grade for teen dating laws

Rihanna and Chris Brown may have been the most recently publicized case, but they certainly won’t be the last chapter in the story of teen dating violence. With numerous cases of domestic violence across all 50 states and the Rihanna and Chris Brown debacle still relatively present in the news, reports have surfaced on each state’s treatment of victims of teenage dating violence.

‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ promises laughs

Last fall at Lakeland Theatre, John Carroll University professor Martin Friedman directed community and professional actors in Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest.” After a successful run, Friedman brought the 1890s comedy to JCU. Despite consisting of older characters, the students, along with Actors Equity actor Mitchell Fields, brought a new, profound spunk to…

Grade entitlement at John Carroll?

High GPAs and even higher test scores are the goals of most, if not all, students today. But do John Carroll University students feel they deserve high grades even if their work isn’t up to par?

Segel and Rudd show the love in new ‘bromance’

Most guys will at some point in their lifetime be faced with the decision of choosing a best man. What if you don’t have a best friend? This is the case for Peter Klaven, played by Paul Rudd, in the upcoming bromantic comedy “I Love You, Man.”

“One Acts” directors promise laughs and intensity

With unexpected twists, creative plots and inventive themes, it’s almost impossible to come up with a reason not to see “The Marinello One Acts,” opening in the Marinello Little Theatre tonight.

New album goes up in flames

The only thing worse than listening to the 40-minute Flowers in Flames self titled album was sitting through an 8 a.m. class the morning after St. Patrick’s Day, and that’s being generous.