Videos from Years Past …

2015 Mother Daughter Adventure
September 27th, 2015 at Flagstaff Extreme

We had so much fun on our 2015 Mother Daughter Adventure! Thank you to Kaitlyn Karren, Class of 2016, who shot this video.  It really makes you feel like you are flying through the woods! And thank you to all the moms and daughters who joined us that day.  We made memories to last a lifetime!

We are so lucky that we had Molly McElenney, XCP Alumna and professional photographer, with us that day to take beautiful pictures of our day.  Here’s a slide show that showcases selective photos from her gallery.  Thank you Molly!


Class of 2019 – Frosh Movie Night
August 6th, 2015 in Founders Hall, XCP

Founders Hall was full of Baby Gators and their moms, dads and siblings for the second annual Frosh Movie Night.  They participated in “Get to Know You” activities, enjoyed a bountiful buffet of breakfast foods – doughnuts, croissants, muffins, bagels, cereal, danishes, and other pastries, as well as iced coffee, lemonade and Smoothie King smoothies.  And then they settled in for soft conversation and the movie Tangled. 

Class of 2018 Gators Kaitlyn Karren and Molly Brown produced this fun video of the evening.  Thank you ladies!

Class of 2019 – “The First Time We Met”
Shown on May 5th, 2015 at Mothers’ Guild General Meeting

This video captures the moments we first met, on Freshman Registration Day, as members of the Class of 2019 visited the Gear XChange.


Fall 2014 Mothers’ Guild Memories
Shown January 6th, 2015 at Mothers’ Guild General Meeting

Thank you to all our Xavier’s Moms for making the first half of the 2014-15 school year truly spectacular! This short video is a reminder and celebration of all the good times we had. Enjoy!!

2014 Mother Daughter Adventure
September 21st, 2014 at Flagstaff Extreme

On this beautiful day, 185 brave Xavier moms and daughters set out on an adventure.  Four buses transported us to the cool, pine filled mountains of Flagstaff where we climbed, zip-lined, swung, slid, all while being 15 to 60 feet off the ground. We made wonderful new friends and shared unforgettable experiences with our daughters.