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Researcher at University of Toledo studies male infertility

Researcher at University of Toledo studies male infertility

Emily Schnipke, Managing Editor
September 6
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  Remember studying basic cells in high school biology and trying to memorize each and every piece of what makes up our body and helps us to function? Our body is made up entirely of cells. The very basis of our existence holds the answers for some very relevant problems in human life. Tomer...

University of Toledo researchers study the effects of algae blooms on the liver

University of Toledo researchers study the effects of algae blooms on the liver

August 30
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Researchers from the University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences are studying the effects that algal bloom toxins may have on the human liver. This project hits close to home after the 2014 Toledo water crisis prompted their interest for studying the algal bloom toxin microcystin and...

University of Toledo partners with the city to provide internships for students

University of Toledo partners with the city to provide internships for students

Morgan Kovacs, News Editor
August 30
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An internship is a valuable asset to a student’s education. The Office of Undergraduate Research and the Office of Experiential Learning and Career Services at the University of Toledo have joined forces to expand their internship programs in the city of Toledo. Their efforts have resulted in the creation...

Gaber enacts new policy to avoid salary bloating for administrators

Gaber enacts new policy to avoid salary bloating for administrators

August 30
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University of Toledo President Sharon Gaber enacted a new policy last week that eliminates salary bloating of administrators who are returning to the faculty level. “I wanted to be thoughtful with what are we doing with people who are administrators when they go back to faculty and make sure we're...

New administration changes shake up UT

New administration changes shake up UT

Jessica Harker, Editor-in-Chief
August 23
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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...

Instagrammable summers: Rockets having a blast

Emily Schnipke, Managing Editor
August 18
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During summer vacation, UT students take the time to do something they can't usually do during the school year. Many students study abroad, have a cool internship or go on a wild and crazy adventure. College students have the time and the opportunity to have those experiences now while they are in college,...

SAEPP hires new employee to coordinate with YWCA

SAEPP hires new employee to coordinate with YWCA

Morgan Kovacs, News Editor
August 16
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During a time when one in four college women are sexually assaulted, the University of Toledo’s Sexual Assault Education and Prevention Program continues to expand to help battle this problem This past June SAEPP added a new campus sexual assault support advocate, Jamie Wlosowicz, to their team. “The...

Doctoral students at UT research Pokemon Go

Doctoral students at UT research Pokemon Go

Jessica Harker, Editor-in-Chief
August 16
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Imagine you’re walking down the river path, headed to the Center of Performing Arts for your final class of the day. All of the sudden your phone vibrates, you lift it up and to your great surprise a Dratini appears on your screen. This is the life of any avid Pokemon Go player who also happens to...

Summer renovation

Summer renovation

Emily Schnipke, Managing Editor
August 16
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Walking into Carlson Library’s first floor usually earns a great sigh of relief from students trying to escape the hustle and bustle of the Student Union. Riding the elevators or climbing the stairs up to the next four floors usually provides even greater comfort. “[The library] seems to get quieter...

Remembering Reiber

Remembering Reiber

Anna Glore, Staff Reporter
April 27
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Students, faculty, alumni and friends gathered together on Sunday, April 24 to honor and memorialize the life of former communications faculty member Don Reiber. Reiber was an associate professor of communications and the director of the Department of Communications Media Services at the University...

UT astronomers make national news, discover apparent brown dwarf

UT astronomers make national news, discover apparent brown dwarf

Bryce Buyakie, Staff Reporter
April 27
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Astronomers at the University of Toledo made national news this month with a recently discovered new cosmic object floating alone in the Milky Way galaxy. The newly identified object was named WISEA J114724.10-204021.3 — WISEA 1147 for short. “This is a pretty big deal for me and the University...

Rockets end record-breaking season with second-place finish

Rockets end record-breaking season with second-place finish

Jenna Nance, Associate Sports Editor
April 26
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The Toledo women’s golf team traveled to Noblesville, Indiana where they hit the links to compete in the 2016 Mid American Conference Championships over the weekend. The Rockets finished second in the tournament, just four strokes behind No. 13 Kent State to complete the most accomplished season in...

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