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Phishing for students

Phishing for students

Katelyn Montgomery, Staff Reporter
September 10
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Of all the technology that has come about over the last ten years, the Internet is one tool many believe to have mastered. Nowadays, looking out for viruses and scams is something we do without thinking. But what happens when the scammers get just as clever as we are? Unfortunately, scammers, using...

Title IX complaint filed: The survivor’s journey through UT’s sexual assault system

Amanda Pitrof, News Editor
September 10
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A federal Title IX complaint was filed against the University of Toledo by a former student who was sexually assaulted by another student. The former student and survivor, who wishes to remain anonymous, began the process Apr. 8, 2014, by reporting the incident. She spoke with a small group of UT’s sta...

Title IX complaint filed: UT safety dinner held to discuss sexual assault options and advocacy program

Amanda Pitrof, News Editor
September 10
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A campus safety dinner was held by university officials on Monday, Sept. 9 in light of the recent Title IX sexual assault case. Kaye Patten Wallace, senior vice president for student affairs, prefaced the presentations with an explanation of the purpose of this dinner. “We’re here this evening because it’...

Naganathan visits first Student Government meeting of year

Naganathan visits first Student Government meeting of year

Joshuah Hampton, Staff Reporter
September 10
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Student Government kicked off its first meeting of the school year on Sept. 9 with its first senate meeting. SG President Clayton Notestine gave a “State of UTSG” report and reminded the attendees of the state of UT’s administration, with a new interim president and provost, director of the recrea...

Controversial lecturer set to speak at UT Sept. 15

Torrie Jadlocki, Staff Reporter
September 10
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Controversial politician Karl Rove will speak Sept. 15 as part of the Jesup Scott Honors College Lecture series. The lecture will take place at Doermann Theater at 7 p.m. and admission is free. Rove was a senior advisor for former President George W. Bush, and also aided as his campaign strategist....

Multi-million dollar project paves way for safer intersection

Multi-million dollar project paves way for safer intersection

Colleen Anderson, Staff Reporter
September 3
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The Dorr Street Corridor, with two of its intersections previously ranked by the Ohio Department of Transportation as two of the most dangerous in Ohio, is currently undergoing almost 3.9 million dollars’ worth of construction to make the area safer for pedestrians and cars alike. The intersection...

President walks with students to hear input

President walks with students to hear input

Emily Johnson, Staff Reporter
September 3
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“I need your help: I am determined to lose 20 pounds by May, with the help of Walk with the President,” said UT interim president Nagi Naganathan, with a smile and a laugh, at New Student Convocation.  The heat from the sun burned down on the Student Activities Fair on Wednesday, Aug. 27, but Nag...

Questions answered about latest UT Auxiliary Services changes

Questions answered about latest UT Auxiliary Services changes

Amanda Pitrof, News Editor
September 3
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While some changes made this summer — like the construction on Dorr Street — are very obvious, other changes are more behind-the-scenes. What was changed and why? The University of Toledo has made a couple major changes to its auxiliary services department. Jennifer Pastorek, Director of Supp...

I have a dream; I am the dream

I have a dream; I am the dream

Joshuah Hampton, Staff Reporter
September 3
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To be united is to be joined together politically, for a common purpose, and that is exactly what students did this past Thursday on the campus of the University of Toledo. The Black Student Union and Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. joined together to celebrate how far we have come — and how far...

Marching on the Mall

Marching on the Mall

Amanda Pitrof and Tara Chlebowski
September 3
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“The power to change everything is in your hands.” This is how Robert Delk, Black Student Union president, described the revolution that the youth have the ability to create at the second annual BSU commemorative “March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom” on Aug. 28. The march began at...

Assault on campus

IC Staff
September 3
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A man was punched, kicked and stomped into unconsciousness on Aug. 24 in front of President’s Hall in an assault and attempted robbery. Toledo resident Darius Gloves, 24, has been charged with robbery and felonious assault. According to the University of Toledo police report, three officers responded...

Graduate psychology program escapes loss of accreditation

Graduate psychology program escapes loss of accreditation

Torrie Jadlocki, Staff Reporter
August 27
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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...

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