Xavier

By Joe M. Ricks Jr., Ph.D., chairman, Division of Business at Xavier University, and past president, HBCU Business Deans
Sponsored by PwC
“I understood that racism in America never truly died,” the man said of the experience.
Xavier University of Louisiana announced a plan to help advance the sainthood causes of five black American Catholics.
The program will give $25,000 each to Xavier University, Wilberforce University, Tuskegee University and Bethune-Cookman University.
Ariyana Davis said it was important for her to go to a school "that feels like home."
Born in the Philadelphia area, Saint Katharine Drexel learned about philanthropy at an early age. After a meeting in Rome
I am reminded many times in my research that women are invisible throughout history. While preparing a recent presentation for the women's auxiliary of the Knights of Columbus, I discovered two American women Roman Catholic saints of whom I was not aware.
This past year has been filled with many ups and downs personally, professionally, and culturally. One of the ups was when
DeBoer gets interesting when he links these debates not to Utopia U. but to Utility U. He counters: DeBoer criticizes the