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Editorial: Bringing the tuition-free dream to Ohio

Editorial: Bringing the tuition-free dream to Ohio

Editorial Board
April 18, 2017
Filed under Editorials, Opinion

It’s the college student’s dream: going to school without having to worry about covering the costs of tuition or paying off loans after you graduate. Some people will do just about everything to cover their dream of earning a higher degree. For students in the state of New York, this dream is...

Spreading smiles: Suzann Castore, The A-OK Lady

Spreading smiles: Suzann Castore, The A-OK Lady

Joe Heidenescher, Community Editor
November 18, 2015
Filed under Community, Top Stories

Despite her diminutive stature, she’s impossible to miss. When I met her outside of the bookstore, she was decked in a flowing red cape, a blue turtle neck, bright floral leggings and vibrant red rain boots. But what I first noticed was her tremendous smile and overflowing jubilee. “You must be...

Ordinance Sued

Ordinance Sued

Joe Heibenescher, Features Editor
October 14, 2015
Filed under News

The Ohio attorney general and Lucas County commission filed a lawsuit against the Sensible Toledo Ordinance on Oct. 6, one day after it took effect. The citizens’ initiative known as the Sensible Toledo Ordinance passed a city ballot vote in September with a 70 percent majority. According to the...

University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences sees increase in local attendance numbers

University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences sees increase in local attendance numbers

Ashley King, Staff Reporter
September 9, 2015
Filed under News

More Toledo students chose to stay close to home this year as the College of Medicine and Life Sciences saw a rise in local student attendance, with students from Northwest Ohio making up 25% of the population. A news release from Sept. 1 explained that 131 of the 177 students who began classes in...

Snyder: How a small, green piece of paper changed my life

Snyder: How a small, green piece of paper changed my life

Faith Snyder, IC Columnist
August 26, 2015
Filed under Columns, Opinion

I am an English major here at the University of Toledo, and I love whenever authors come to visit Toledo. It gives me an opportunity to learn from someone who has made it, and also get a feel of what I could possibly become in the future. So you can guess when I found out John Green was coming to Columbus...

Proposed senate bill may lower cost of attendance

Proposed senate bill may lower cost of attendance

Joe Heidenescher, Associate Communiy Editor
April 15, 2015
Filed under News, Top Stories

In the Ohio Senate, a bill has been introduced that would challenge universities in Ohio to lower the cost of in-state student attendance by five percent in 2016-2017 academic year. The bill was proposed by State Senator Keith Faber, president of the Ohio Senate (R-Celina). “My colleagues and...

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