University undergraduate discovers companion star to Beta Canis Minoris

University undergraduate discovers companion star to Beta Canis Minoris

Benjamin Morse, Staff Reporter

Equipped with only the experience of an undergraduate, third-year physics major Nick Dulaney discovered an unknown astronomical body. Dulaney analyzed 15 years of archive data collected at UT’s Ritter Observatory, which...

March 14

COBI adds two new minors for fall semester

COBI adds two new minors for fall semester

March 14

The College of Business and Innovation is offering...

10-year master plan approved by UT board

10-year master plan approved by UT board

February 28

In ten years, the University of Toledo is going to...

UT researchers work to avoid another water crisis

UT researchers work to avoid another water crisis

February 28

In 2014, the city of Toledo enacted its infamous water...

Criminal justice researchers at UT analyze misdemeanor arrest numbers for Toledo

Criminal justice researchers at UT analyze misdemeanor arrest numbers for Toledo

February 28

Two years ago, misdemeanors accounted for approximately...

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University undergraduate discovers companion star to Beta Canis Minoris

University undergraduate discovers companion star to Beta Canis Minoris

Benjamin Morse, Staff Reporter

Equipped with only the experience of an undergraduate, third-year physics major Nick Dulaney discovered an unknown astronomical body. Dulaney analyzed 15 years of archive data collected at UT’s Ritter Observatory, which...

March 14

COBI adds two new minors for fall semester

COBI adds two new minors for fall semester

Emily Lorton, Staff Reporter

The College of Business and Innovation is offering two new minors that will give students real-life, hands-on experience that business employers look for. The minors will be in enterprise resource planning and business...

March 14

10-year master plan approved by UT board

10-year master plan approved by UT board

Morgan Kovacs, News Editor

In ten years, the University of Toledo is going to have a whole new look, thanks to the University of Toledo’s board of trustees’ approval of the master plan. The plan will focus on four key major themes: repositioning...

February 28

UT researchers work to avoid another water crisis

UT researchers work to avoid another water crisis

Bryce Buyakie, Associate News Editor

In 2014, the city of Toledo enacted its infamous water drinking ban when high amounts of a toxin released by harmful algal blooms was found in the water, and it was determined unfit for human consumption. Three years later,...

February 28

Criminal justice researchers at UT analyze misdemeanor arrest numbers for Toledo

February 28

Journey to become a ‘man of your word’

February 21

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Women’s basketball falls short in NCAA tournament

Women’s basketball falls short in NCAA tournament

Sam Williams, Sports Editor

Coming off an impressive MAC tournament run, the University of Toledo women's basketball team headed into their first NCAA tournament in 16 years and looked to advance to the second round. Unfortunately, the Rocket momentum...

March 21

Men’s season ends in DC

Men’s season ends in DC

Justice Sunderland, Staff Reporter

The Rocket men’s basketball team earned a berth in the College Basketball Invitational March 15, where they fell in the first round 73-69 to George Washington University.   Second-year guard Jaelen Sanford led...

March 21

Rocket baseball heats up in Illinois

Rocket baseball heats up in Illinois

Kenny Kruse, Staff Reporter

The University of Toledo baseball team participated in the University of Illinois’ tournament this past weekend at Illinois Field in Champaign, IL. UT swept Southern Illinois University in two games: 8-7 on March 17 and...

March 21

Men lose in MAC semifinal

Men lose in MAC semifinal

Sam Williams, Sports Editor

The University of Toledo men’s basketball team headed into the Mid-American tournament looking to redeem some regular season mistakes and send their senior class out with a memorable ending. The Rockets were able to fend...

March 14

Women head to Oregon

March 14

Women’s Basketball takes home MAC championship

March 13

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Editorial: EPA budget cuts will affect Toledo

Editorial: EPA budget cuts will affect Toledo

Editorial Board

A leaked draft of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's 2018 budget proposal indicates that the Trump administration intends to suggest cutting the program from $300...

March 21

Rejoinder: Unreported sexual assault is still sexual assault

Rejoinder: Unreported sexual assault is still sexual assault

Sharon L. Gaber, Ph.D., University of Toledo President

Dear Editor, On behalf of Jeff Newton, UT’s chief of police, and Donald Kamm, director of our Title IX office, I want to express our deep concern about the views expressed...

March 21

Simon: The deception of the melting pot

Simon: The deception of the melting pot

Shawna Simon, Guest Columnist

When I started school, I was taught that America was a melting pot. My teachers emphasized the words on the Statue of Liberty: “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled...

March 21

Ayoub: Which is better —doctor or  pharmacist?

Ayoub: Which is better —doctor or pharmacist?

Samar Ayoub, IC Columnist

Parents only want the best for their children. They want to see them grow up, succeed, get married and, maybe, have a couple kids of their own. All parents want their kids...

March 21

Letter to the Editor: Unreported sexual assault is still sexual assault

March 14

Harker: Dealing with my hospital fantasies

March 14

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The BIG Event

The BIG Event

Areeba Shah, Associate Community Editor

Every year, the University of Toledo dedicates one big day to provide one big thanks to the Toledo community through one Big Event. Known as the largest student-run service...

March 21

Putting an end to the stigma

Putting an end to the stigma

Mariah Williams, Staff Reporter

The University of Toledo is home to many diverse student organizations, but one in particular is making a point to address the effects of mental health. Sofie Rodriguez,...

March 21

UT helps students pave their way to success

UT helps students pave their way to success

Anna Glore, Staff Reporter

Biology is more than just knowing mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell. Biology can lead to jobs in higher education, such as microbiologist, nature conservation officer,...

March 14

Holocaust survivor shares his story of bravery

Holocaust survivor shares his story of bravery

Areeba Shah, Associate Community Editor

For 10-year old Irving Roth, life took a completely different turn when a sign reading "Jews and dogs are forbidden to enter the park” was placed in his homeland of Czechoslovakia...

March 14

All Around the World

February 28

Born to be brave

February 28

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