SG candidates debate to win

Morgan Kovacs, News Editor

Last week, the student body presidential candidates debated wide-ranging topics, including communication, mandating midterm grades and Title IX policies. Each candidate stressed the importance put on reaching out to the...

April 11, 2017

Communication Workers of America protest negotiations

Communication Workers of America protest negotiations

April 11, 2017

On April 5, the Communication Workers of America held...

University of Toledo professor selected as finalist for national teaching award

University of Toledo professor selected as finalist for national teaching award

April 11, 2017

Distinguished University Professor Clinton Longenecker...

Phoenicia contract questions

Phoenicia contract questions

April 6, 2017

Yesterday evening, Student Government hosted a meeting...

The Yes Men affect UT

The Yes Men affect UT

April 4, 2017

Political activism has a whole new meaning once the...

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Humanities Insititute renamed for founder

Humanities Insititute renamed for founder

IC Staff

During a celebration in Libbey Hall April 14, The Humanities Institute in the College of Arts and Letters was renamed The Roger Ray Institute for the Humanities after its founder, Dr. Roger Ray, professor emeritus of history. Ray...

April 18, 2017

SG candidates debate to win

Morgan Kovacs, News Editor

Last week, the student body presidential candidates debated wide-ranging topics, including communication, mandating midterm grades and Title IX policies. Each candidate stressed the importance put on reaching out to the...

April 11, 2017

Communication Workers of America protest negotiations

Communication Workers of America protest negotiations

Jessica Harker, Managing Editor

On April 5, the Communication Workers of America held a protest at the University of Toledo concerning contract negotiations that have been ongoing since November 2016. The protest, which was held outside of the Lancelot...

April 11, 2017

University of Toledo professor selected as finalist for national teaching award

University of Toledo professor selected as finalist for national teaching award

Benjamin Morse, Staff Reporter

Distinguished University Professor Clinton Longenecker has been selected as one of three finalists for Baylor University’s 2018 Robert Foster Cherry Award for Great Teaching. Longenecker, as well as working as a professor...

April 11, 2017

The University of Toledo celebrates Diversity Month

April 11, 2017

Phoenicia contract questions

April 6, 2017

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Rockets sweep Buffalo

Rockets sweep Buffalo

Kenny Kruse, Staff Reporter

After Easter weekend, the University of Toledo’s baseball team is now 13-23, 7-5 MAC with a five-game winning streak. The Rockets lost to Notre Dame this past Wednesday 8-3 and swept Buffalo 4-3 on Friday, 21-20 on Saturday...

April 18, 2017

UT softball grabs one win against CMU

UT softball grabs one win against CMU

Jackson Rogers, Associate Community Editor

Over the weekend, the University of Toledo softball team went 1-2 against Central Michigan University with losses of 1-0 on Friday, followed by a 4-2 win and a 6-4 loss on Saturday. The results drop the Rocket record to 20-27...

April 18, 2017

Toledo track beats BGSU for  first time since 2000

Toledo track beats BGSU for first time since 2000

Justice Sunderland, Staff Reporter

The Rocket women’s track and field team faced off against crosstown rival Bowling Green on Friday, April 7; UT came away with the 100-99 victory. This marks the first time Toledo has defeated BGSU since 2000. With the...

April 11, 2017

UT Softball wins 1 of 3 against Miami of Ohio

UT Softball wins 1 of 3 against Miami of Ohio

Jackson Rogers, Associate Sports Editor

Over the weekend, the University of Toledo Rocket softball team went 1-2 against the Miami University Redhawks by scores of 5-9 on Friday and 14-1 and 4-0 on Saturday. The results bring the Rocket record to 18-25 overall...

April 11, 2017

Toledo Baseball powers through busy weekend

April 11, 2017

Women’s tennis falls to WMU

April 4, 2017

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Editorial: Bringing the tuition-free dream to Ohio

Editorial: Bringing the tuition-free dream to Ohio

Editorial Board

It’s the college student’s dream: going to school without having to worry about covering the costs of tuition or paying off loans after you graduate. Some people will...

April 18, 2017

Joslin: Photography is a business, a difficult one

Joslin: Photography is a business, a difficult one

Savannah Joslin, Director of Photography

Being a photographer has always been a hard gig. During the film era, it was downright expensive to do, even if you knew your way around the darkroom. During the digital...

April 18, 2017

Clifton: That old car was my love and independence

Clifton: That old car was my love and independence

Riley Clifton, IC Columnist

At what point can a person say he or she is independent or self-sufficient? Is it when he or she is totally free from the support, influence and control of others? For...

April 18, 2017

Sennett: “The Internationalist” — a review

Sennett: “The Internationalist” — a review

Evan Sennett, IC Columnist

I frequently walked in on Professor Caitlyn Tella conducting rehearsals for “The Internationalist.” Other times I have intruded on her instructing a small but eccentric...

April 11, 2017

Abayateye: Good lessons from Phoenicia’s fiasco

April 11, 2017

Rinckey: The heart is where my home is

April 11, 2017

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Fairytales with a twist

Fairytales with a twist

Emily Schnipke, Editor-in-Chief

Into the woods we go with a modern retelling of two famous fairy tales by the University of Toledo Opera Ensemble. The group will bring the story of Grimm’s fairytales into...

April 18, 2017

Students showcase diversity at Pharmacy’s got Talent

Students showcase diversity at Pharmacy’s got Talent

Areeba Shah, Associate Community Editor

A night of impromptu performances and spontaneous dances were some of the highlights of this year’s Pharmacy’s Got Talent. The University of Toledo’s Student National...

April 18, 2017

Smile for Smiles

Smile for Smiles

Emily Jackson, Community Editor

Millions of children in developing countries suffer from cleft palates and lips. Most cannot eat or speak properly and are ostracized in their own communities. The cost of...

April 18, 2017

Jammin’ in the name of awareness

Jammin’ in the name of awareness

Mariah Williams, Staff Reporter

Get ready for live music and entertainment this weekend as the University of Toledo’s International Justice Mission chapter hosts its first-ever Traffic Jam UT to raise...

April 18, 2017

Quenching the thirst

April 11, 2017

Taking back the night

April 11, 2017

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