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These records, dating between 1961-2011, were generated by the Xavier University Chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP). They document faculty participation in the chapter and activities pertaining to faculty salaries, university budget issues, and campus communication.
This is a collection of annual reports sent to the President of Xavier University by various divisions, colleges, departments, offices, clubs and programs on campus. Each year may reflect a different mix of reporting units.
Bellarmine Chapel records include weekly parish announcements (1930-1963), weekly parish bulletins (1952-1995), and legal records and reports regarding the relationship between Xavier University and St. Robert Bellarmine Parish (2001, 2014). St. Robert Bellarmine is a Jesuit parish of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati located on the campus of Xavier University in Bellarmine Chapel.
The Boris Podolsky Papers (1920-1971, undated) contain personal and professional papers of physicist Boris Podolsky (1896-1966). Papers include course materials, patent applications, a book proposal, biographical information, and records relating to his marriage to Polly Podolsky.
A collection of materials on the Breen Lodge. Materials include correspondence to and from the University Faculty Committee to the then President of Xavier University the Rev. Robert W. Mulligan, S.J. concerning the status of Breen Lodge on the Xavier University campus. Also included are documents of the University Senate, selected issues of the Xavier student newspaper and other ephemera
This collection consists of published and unpublished histories of Xavier University (Cincinnati, Ohio) beginning with its origins as the Athenaeum in 1831.
This open letter, created by the "Dear Xavier, Love Alumni" Committee, calls for greater action in the fight against racism on Xavier University's campus. Signed by over 200 alumni and spanning two decades of Xavier graduates, the main goal is to show that alumni support current student efforts and call Xavier University into further, more meaningful antiracism action.
Various programs of the television program Dialogue which aired on WKRC-TV (Cincinnati, Ohio). This series was a joint production of WKRC and the National Conference of Christians and Jews.
A collection of primarily photographic scrapbooks which depict various Xavier University student activities sponsored by the Dorothy Day Center for Faith and Justice and Campus Ministry.