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Toledo loves Arabs

Toledo loves Arabs

Areeba Shah, Staff Reporter
January 24, 2017
Filed under Community, News, Top Stories

“I’m just going to live my life and I’m not going to live in fear. I mean, I did at first, but now I’m not.” These strong words were said by fourth-year University of Toledo student Malak Ayache, whose house was vandalized just last week in what the Sylvania Police report referred to as “ethnic...

Family Weekend

Family Weekend

Anna Glore, Staff Reporter
September 20, 2016
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...

UT Department of Art showcases midwest regional culture

Amber Thomas, Community Co-Editor
September 20, 2016
Filed under Community

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, 2016
Filed under Community

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...

Finding sunshine after rain

Emily Jackson, Community Co-Editor
September 13, 2016
Filed under Community

College is supposed to be the best four years of your life. At least that’s what they say. Yet, the opposite is becoming true for a rapidly increasing number of college students. One in five women and one in 16 men are sexually assaulted while in college, and 63% of assaults are not reported to...

An evening of prayer, praise, and fellowship

An evening of prayer, praise, and fellowship

Emily Jackson, Co-Community Editor
August 30, 2016
Filed under Community

A new academic year is underway and a number of religious campus organizations are gathering to pray for the staff and students that have just begun classes at the University of Toledo. To do so the community will join together during Toledo Campus Prays which will take place Sep. 1 from 6 to 7:30...

One big day, one big thanks

One big day, one big thanks

Anna Glore, Staff Reporter
August 30, 2016
Filed under Community

Everyone knows that giving back to the community is important. So what if your own school offered you the opportunity to do just that, all while making friends and having fun? On Saturday August 26, the University of Toledo held its first ‘Fall Day of Service’, an new companion event to the Big...

How to get Utopia

How to get Utopia

Mathew Foley, IC Columnist
February 24, 2016
Filed under Columns, Opinion

Whether or not a utopian world is possible is debatable; however, working towards one has always been the goal of humanity. In that stride, I have some practical ideas for a better-running world that may bring us closer to utopian conditions. I believe it’s worth putting my ideas out there, even if...

Community bands together to help student athlete recover

Community bands together to help student athlete recover

Lauren Gilbert, Copy Editor
February 10, 2016
Filed under News

Read our previous story on Janelle Noe here. Following the severe burn injury that University of Toledo student and cross country runner Janelle Noe suffered on the night of Jan. 15, the UT community has rallied support in order to raise funds during her recovery process. A GoFundMe page was cre...

Toledo Community gives back to those in need

Toledo Community gives back to those in need

Anna Glore, Staff Reporter
October 20, 2015
Filed under Community

Toledo community members, University of Toledo students and organizations are invited to come show their compassion for those in need next weekend at an annual event called Tent City. This year, it will take place in Downtown Toledo from Oct. 23-25. The event started 26 years ago after the founder,...

Toledo’s LGBT community to celebrate their pride starting August 28

Toledo’s LGBT community to celebrate their pride starting August 28

Colleen Anderson, Managing Editor
August 26, 2015
Filed under News, Top Stories

Downtown Toledo will burst with rainbows of color, performances and people from all walks of life as the sixth-annual Toledo Pride Festival takes place. This three-day party begins Friday, Aug. 28, for the sixth-annual Toledo Pride festival. Toledo Pride is an event centered on celebrating Toledo’s...

RedBall Project rolls into town

RedBall Project rolls into town

Anna Glore, Staff Reporter
August 26, 2015
Filed under Community, Top Stories

Toledo residents got a dose of playtime this week as the RedBall Project rolled into town. This summer, the Toledo Museum of Art hosted an interactive exhibition known as “Play Time,” which involved a collaborative exhibit with New York artist Kurt Perschke. Perschke is the artist behind t...

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