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Indulging in the fine arts

Indulging in the fine arts

October 11
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It’s time to drop the Netflix and Chill and start drinking and drawing, or maybe even sipping and sketching. Whatever the case may be, The Art Supply Depo offers both options every month, so grab your paper and pencil and stop in. “Drink + Draw is an open life drawing session; open meaning anybody...

Take pride in who you are

Take pride in who you are

Anna Glore, Staff Reporter
October 11
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Imagine growing up knowing that you are different. Imagine not being sure as to who you can trust with your ‘secret.’ Imagine being forced to change. Imagine someone forcing you to be something you’re not; someone telling you that you had to be someone you are not. Conversion therapy: This is...

The Imaginary Invalid

The Imaginary Invalid

Emily Schnipke, Managing Editor
October 4
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What do you get when you have a wealthy hypochondriac, his lovesick daughter, a meddling servant and a gold-digging second wife in one performance? An interesting performance, that’s for sure. The University of Toledo Department of Theatre and Film will present Moliére’s final play, “The Imaginary...

Friends don’t let friends drive drunk

Friends don’t let friends drive drunk

Anna Glore, Staff Reporter
October 4
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In 2014, 9,967 people died in the United States due to motor vehicle crashes, as a result of drunk driving. We all know that drunk driving is a terrible thing, but what if you were given the chance to walk through a drunk driving accident, and experience firsthand all of its repercussions? On Wednesday,...

IBF champion receives the key to the city

IBF champion receives the key to the city

Amber Thomas, Co-community Editor
October 4
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DJ Khaled isn’t the only one who has keys, especially the major ones. This past weekend, Toledo native and professional boxer Robert Easter Jr. was granted the key to the city of Toledo after winning the IBF Lightweight boxing championship of the world. Almost a month prior to the parade held in...

Things to do in Toledo over Fall Break

Things to do in Toledo over Fall Break

IC Staff
September 28
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If you're like most of students at the University of Toledo, Fall Break snuck up on you. With a busy first few weeks of studying, rushing organizations and working to pay the bills, an extended weekend will do you some good. But if you get bored of taking naps and watching Netflix, we've got a list of...

Toledoans put their breast foot forward

Toledoans put their breast foot forward

Emily Jackson, Co-community Editor
September 27
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Every year, an estimated 14 million people around the world are diagnosed with cancer, and eight million people die from the disease. According to the American Cancer Society, Ohio alone is predicted to have more than 66,000 new cancer cases by the end of 2016. But even in the face of these daunti...

Don’t judge a book by its cover

Don’t judge a book by its cover

Emily Schnipke, Managing Editor
September 27
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It’s a privilege many don’t even realize they have. The crisp, clean flip of the pages. The can’t-put-it-down feeling. Reading is a part of our everyday lives, even though we might not do it as much as we should. But did you know that even in the United States with all our freedoms, there are still...

Rollin’ with the Lucas County Special Olympians

Rollin’ with the Lucas County Special Olympians

Anna Glore, Staff Reporter
September 27
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The University of Toledo’s Zeta Phi Eta hit the bowling lanes this past Saturday, Sept. 24, at New Glass Bowl Lanes for a cause that is big not only in the Toledo area, but throughout the country as well. Lucas County Special Olympics partnered with the communication fraternity in order to raise...

Family Weekend

Family Weekend

Anna Glore, Staff Reporter
September 20
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Each year, students leave their families and friends behind and travel the distance, whether it’s 20 minutes or four hours, to receive a higher education. Pictures posted on Facebook and the occasional FaceTime call with Mom don’t really capture the full picture of your college experience. That’s...

UT Department of Art showcases midwest regional culture

Amber Thomas, Community Co-Editor
September 20
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Midwest Mindset pays homage to the once-thriving Midwestern region. During the Industrial Age, this demographic provided opportunities that helped mold the Midwest into what it is today. Now, some of those remains are the tarnished facets, but remembrance also resides in each landmark that is still in...

Making a difference begins when you lend a hand

Making a difference begins when you lend a hand

Emily Jackson, Community Co-Edior
September 20
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Human trafficking is one of the fastest-growing criminal industries in the world. According to the International Labor Force, the money illegally acquired through human trafficking is estimated to be more than $35 billion. Ohio has been the site of much of this illegal activity. The state has ranked...

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