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Students react to ten-year master plan

Students react to ten-year master plan

Emily Schnipke and Jessica Harker
March 14
Filed under News, Top Stories

In February, the University of Toledo’s board of trustees approved a master plan that will put into place a series of major campus renovations over the next decade. This plan comes after many strategic planning sessions and suggestions from the community, experts in education and construction and UT...

10-year master plan approved by UT board

10-year master plan approved by UT board

Morgan Kovacs, News Editor
February 28
Filed under News, Top Stories

In ten years, the University of Toledo is going to have a whole new look, thanks to the University of Toledo’s board of trustees’ approval of the master plan. The plan will focus on four key major themes: repositioning the academic core, consolidating athletics, investing in research, and enhancing...

Family Weekend

Family Weekend

Anna Glore, Staff Reporter
September 20
Filed under Community

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...

Editorial: Is a tobacco-free campus a long-shot?

Editorial Board
August 23
Filed under Editorials, Opinion

Anti-tobacco policies are a growing trend on American college campuses. Many well-known campuses including the University of Michigan, American University, Clemson and Ohio State’s College of Medicine have instituted policies of their own. In January 2008, the University of Toledo’s health science...

Last August’s water crisis raises questions about potential future incidents

Last August’s water crisis raises questions about potential future incidents

Jessica Harker, Staff Reporter
April 29
Filed under News, Top Stories

Northwest Ohio faced a difficult crisis last year when local officials discovered unsafe toxins in the region’s water supply. As summer approaches, Toledo leaders are working to prevent the incident from occurring again. Isabel Escobar, professor of chemical and environmental engineering, is researching...

Recap of several maintenance and construction projects this year

Recap of several maintenance and construction projects this year

Colleen Anderson, Co-News Editor
April 29
Filed under News, Top Stories

From fixing potholes to water main breaks, the facilities and construction team has been busy this year keeping UT’s campus up and running. Facilities and Construction worked on several major projects from July 2014 to June 2015, from making parking garage repairs to renovating the Larimer Athletic...

Assault on campus

IC Staff
September 3
Filed under News

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...

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