Mario Tahi Lathan ('94) completes his first feature documentary Jaimeo Brown's Transcendence.
Michael Siemer ('10) part of the Air Force ROTC at OSU which created an event called 1 Day for the KIA (Killed in Action)- a 24-hour run to help give a fallen/disabled service member’s children an opportunity to develop and pursue a college education.
Albert J. Mestermaker ('55) published his fourth book The Other Custer.
Tom Donnelly ('74) named Athletic Director of the Year for all of Southwest Ohio.
Luke Kuechly ('09) named NFL's Top Defensive Player.
Sean Suder ('96) named Partner at Graydon Head.
Shawn Trokhan ('92) makes national news showing off his igloo.
Danny Sexton ('09) spoke to classes about his work with the United Nations and Power Up Ethiopia.
Mario Pellegrino ('09) speaks candidly about his liberal arts degree.
Greg Scruggs ('08) brings a late Christmas to crime victim.
Marc Wolnitzek ('95) awarded the Notre Dame Club of Greater Cincinnati's highest honor.
St. X Athletic Booster President Bob Rinaldi joins King Commercial Finance as CEO.
Matt Berninger ('89) and the National's long rise to fame.
Archivist Karl Hauck is looking for information about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. If you have vivid memories of what you were doing at that date and time in history, please take a few moments to email Karl at firstname.lastname@example.org. Responses will be recorded in a historical file in the St. Xavier archives. Thank you for your time!
Are you a cyclist? Want to show your Bomber pride while you ride? St. Xavier is now selling St. X Bicycling Jerseys. Men's and Women's sizes are available. See ORDER FORM for more details.
Jesuit/Ignatian & Carmelite Pilgrimage + Fatima. May 14-24, 2014: Montserrat, Manresa, Xavier, Loyola, Burgos, Madrid, Avila, Alba de Tormes, Fatima. Led by Jesuit spiritual directors Paul Macke [Elder ‘63] and Michael Cooper [‘62]. Information at Parable Travel.wordpress.com,  744-4684; email@example.com,  644-5544. St. X alums, alums of other Jesuit school, and friends all most welcome.