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Breakfast of Champions

Breakfast of Champions

Anna Glore, Staff Reporter
January 10
Filed under Community

On Jan. 14, several students attending the University of Toledo will be awarding deserving students with scholarships — and breakfast — to reward them for their hard work. This year, the 25th Annual MLK Jr. Scholarship Breakfast, presented by the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc, Alpha Xi Lambda Chapter,...

The Phantom of the Opera

The Phantom of the Opera

Areeba Shah, Staff Reporter
December 6
Filed under Community

Over 140 million people in 35 different countries and in 166 cities around the world have heard the sounds of The Phantom of the Opera, and it has finally come to make its debut in Toledo. Performed by a cast and orchestra of 52 members, with iconic songs like “Music of the Night,” “All I Ask...

AIDS Gala

AIDS Gala

Tabitha Jackson, Staff Reporter
December 6
Filed under Community

More than 1.2 million people in the United States are living with HIV, and 1 in 8 of people who have HIV don't even know they have it. Educating the public about HIV and AIDS is crucial to help fight the disease. Every year the African People's Association, in collaboration with the University of...

UT choir preforms at Toledo Museum of Art

UT choir preforms at Toledo Museum of Art

Anna Glore, Staff Reporter
December 6
Filed under Community

If you need a break from studying this weekend, the University of Toledo’s Concert Chorale has just the event for you. The choir will be performing the musical works of German composer, Hugo Distler, in the Toledo Museum of Art’s Great Gallery on Sunday, December 1 11 a1th at 3 p.m. UT’s...

A troublesome, yet imperative journey

A troublesome, yet imperative journey

Emily Schnipke, Managing Editor
November 29
Filed under Community

Audrey knew at the age of five years old that she wasn’t destined to live her life as a boy. When playing pretend, she was her next-door neighbor’s little sister or the princess in need of rescue. “And if I played with my friends down the road, I loved answering the phones and telling the Ghostbusters...

Fighting cancer one step at a time

Fighting cancer one step at a time

Tabitha Jackson, Staff Reporter
November 29
Filed under Community

What do University of Toledo students and the American Cancer Society have in common? They are both joining forces to save lives and help support those fighting cancer. More than 13,000 students will gather at the UT Recreation Center Dec. 3 for UT's Relay for Life to show their love and support for...

The Importance of Being Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest

Areeba Shah, Staff Reporter
November 29
Filed under Community

Two bachelors ditch their tiresome lives to win the hearts of two women who claim to only love men named Ernest, which leads the men to change their names. However, in the midst of it all, these two struggle to keep up with their new identities. Moral of the story: being thirsty will get you nowhere. Oscar...

Night at the opera

Night at the opera

Anna Glore, Staff Reporter
November 15
Filed under Community

Passion, financial trouble, a prince and, of course, a widow who can change a nation forever based upon whom she chooses to marry. The Merry Widow is here at the University of Toledo to entertain the students and the community The UT theatre department put on the play The Merry Widow, an opera which...

The Rockets sound off

The Rockets sound off

Emily Jackson, Community Co-Editor
November 15
Filed under Community

Say goodbye to tailgates and touchdowns. The Rocket football season is coming to a close soon. But if you’re not ready to part with the pigskin just yet, the Rocket Marching Band has something extra special in store for you. For their fourth consecutive year, the University of Toledo’s marching...

Hard work always pays off

Hard work always pays off

Amber Thomas, Community Co-Editor
November 15
Filed under Community

With finals creeping around the corner and a daunting amount of work looming ahead, do you ever wonder if your hard work will truly pay off? For Tyrone Jacobs, a fourth-year student majoring in electrical engineering, not only has he been able to secure internships with three Fortune 500 companies,...

Framing morality for the political season

Framing morality for the political season

Anna Glore, Staff Reporter
November 8
Filed under Community, Uncategorized

The 2016 election cycle is coming to a close and, last Thursday, University of Toledo students and surrounding community members were welcomed to a lecture to gear them up for the election. On Nov. 3, UT’s Center for Religious Understanding hosted its annual Murray/Bacik Lecture. This year’s lecture,...

A toast to the fighters

A toast to the fighters

Emily Jackson, Community Co-Editor
November 8
Filed under Community

“I spent more time in the hospital than out of the hospital. I was so sick of being sick.” Sarah Satowski was diagnosed with kidney failure at 18 years old and has been on and off dialysis for the past 20 years. She has undergone three kidney transplants, 25 surgeries and numerous mechanical ventilations. Her...

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