Graduate psychology program escapes loss of accreditation

Graduate psychology program escapes loss of accreditation

Torrie Jadlocki, Staff Reporter
August 27, 2014
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The graduate clinical psychology program is no longer in danger of losing its American Psychiatric Association accreditation. “At its meeting on April 6, 2014 the APA Commission on Accreditation voted to approve continued accreditation of the clinical PhD program at the University of Toledo, with... Read more »

Want to get involved?

Want to get involved?

Samantha Rhodes, Managing Editor
August 27, 2014
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What is so important to the University of Toledo that it is given up to $500,000 of the annual budget? That’s right: student organizations. According to Rudy Taylor, the office of student involvement program manager, “the university as a whole would probably implode” without its student organizations. “We... Read more »

UT bike share program to be tested before implementation in spring 2015

UT bike share program to be tested before implementation in spring 2015

Emily Johnson, Staff Reporter
August 27, 2014
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The UT bike share program will be tested by Student Government this semester after three years of planning. The Provost’s Office plans to implement the program in spring 2015. After the changing of departments due to budget cuts to the university, the program was shuffled from department to department... Read more »

What you need to know about UT’s tobacco ban

What you need to know about UT’s tobacco ban

Trevor Stearns, Staff Reporter
August 27, 2014
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The long controversial tobacco ban around campus was instated recently in an attempt to make the school a healthier place. The tobacco ban, established last spring, also bans chewing tobacco, cigarettes, e-cigarettes, cigars, snus and pipes. Many... Read more »

New technology arrives at Carlson

New technology arrives at Carlson

Trevor Stearns, Staff Reporter
August 20, 2014
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New laptops, iPads, computers and other technological upgrades have been added to Carlson Library in time for this fall at the University of Toledo. As a result of Student Government’s requests, these upgrades were things senators thought students most wanted to see in the library. According to... Read more »

Campus events welcome students

Josie Schreiber, Staff Reporter
August 20, 2014
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Take a break from all the pre-college stress and check out some of the events coming up this week. The start of the year activities are prime time for free food and making new friends. “I think one of the biggest things is there are so many students who are looking for the same thing,” said Rudy... Read more »

New leader, new goals

New leader, new goals

Amanda Eggert, Editor-in-Chief
August 20, 2014
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“How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time.” This is how Nagi Naganathan described his experience preparing to take his new position as interim president – all of which happened this summer after former president Lloyd Jacobs stepped down June 30. Naganathan took over as interim president... Read more »

IC names news editor

IC names news editor

IC Staff
August 20, 2014
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The Independent Collegian has named Amanda Pitrof as news editor for the upcoming year. Pitrof, a third-year student majoring in communication, previously served as associate news editor last spring. She said she is very enthusiastic... Read more »

UT reaches settlement in kidney lawsuit

Amanda Pitrof, News Editor
August 20, 2014
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The University of Toledo must pay $650,000 to the family of siblings Sarah and Paul Fudacz as the settlement for their 2013 lawsuit. Paul Fudacz attempted to donate one of his kidneys to his sister, Sarah Fudacz, in August 2012, but a nurse accidentally threw it away.... Read more »

New bins to be used for trash, recycling

New bins to be used for trash, recycling

Chloe Clark, Staff Reporter
August 20, 2014
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UT’s Rocket Recycling program provided new refuse bins over the summer months. Arrays of five bins — four for different materials for recycling and one for trash — have been placed in strategic locations on campus. Brooke... Read more »

Campus construction

Campus construction

Emily Johnson, Staff Reporter
August 20, 2014
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While you got your summer tan, the University of Toledo began its own makeover. Here’s a breakdown of what you missed over the summer and what’s still being constructed. Academic Honors Village To... Read more »

Trustees name simulation center after Jacobs

Amanda Eggert, Editor-in-Chief
July 25, 2014
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The University of Toledo Board of Trustees voted today to name the new simulation center on the Health Science Campus after former president Lloyd Jacobs. The facility will now be called The Lloyd A. Jacobs Interprofessional Immersive Simulation Center. The... Read more »