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New VP for Advancement named at University of Toledo

New VP for Advancement named at University of Toledo

Bryce Buyakie, Associate News Editor
February 14, 2017
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Months after the previous vice president was terminated, the University of Toledo announced a new vice president for advancement to lead fundraising, marketing, communications, special events and alumni relations. Michael Harders, the current vice president of university advancement and development...

New College of Arts and Letters replaces CoCa and LLSS

New College of Arts and Letters replaces CoCa and LLSS

Meg Perry, Staff Reporter
September 27, 2016
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In June of 2016, the University of Toledo Board of Trustees approved the creation of the new College of Arts and Letters, which officially opened on July 1. Jamie Barlowe, Dean of the College of Arts and Letters, explained that the new college is a mergence of the former College of Communication,...

New administration changes shake up UT

New administration changes shake up UT

Jessica Harker, Editor-in-Chief
August 23, 2016
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Since her appointment as university president a little over a year ago, Sharon Gaber has made many changes within the administrative staff at the University of Toledo. Throughout her first year we have seen many different administrators come and go: both long-term employees as well as new hires. “I...

Photo Finish

Photo Finish

Colleen Anderson, Jessica Harker, and Lauren Gilbert
February 24, 2016
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The search for the new University of Toledo provost is drawing to a close after all four candidates have visited and presented their ideas to the UT community. Each candidate had different focuses and issues, all based on their evaluations of the UT community. A search committee will review all the community...

Administrators handle diversity on campus

Administrators handle diversity on campus

Amanda Pitrof, Editor-in-chief
February 17, 2016
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With the social and political climate of the country, universities have been tasked with handling racism from both internal and external sources over the past year, with some schools rising to the occasion while others become cautionary tales. The assault case Jan. 23, 2016, between a UT student and...

University of Toledo reduces overload fees for students

IC Staff
December 9, 2015
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Students who take more than a full course-load of 16 credit hours could save up to $636.78 during the spring semester. The University of Toledo has a set tuition price for full-time undergraduate students. However, the set price — as of this semester — only applies to students taking 12-16 credit...

Speaking up: The impact of student voices at the University of Toledo

Speaking up: The impact of student voices at the University of Toledo

Ashley King and Colleen Anderson
December 2, 2015
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Student voices have often been at the forefront of change, and some University of Toledo students are striving to do just that. In the past year, UT has seen a number of student-led movements, from a campaign to divest from companies involved in Israeli military actions to protests against the university’s...

Administrators voice thoughts

Administrators voice thoughts

Trevor Stearns, Associate News Editor
February 11, 2015
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This is the third part of a four part series, allowing individuals to voice what they want in the next president. The next installations in the series will be published in consecutive weeks. Part I: What do students want?  Part II: Faculty speak out   In the past two weeks, we have covered wha...

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