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CAS Previews New Auditorium Facility

February 10, 2004

Get a sneak preview of the newest addition at the College of Applied Science -- a state-of-the-art auditorium. The as-yet unnamed room will hold up to 179 people and is located in the rear part of the CAS property, where the back parking lot was previously located.


Operation Warm-Up Brings Comfort To Cincinnati s Homeless

February 10, 2004

Beginning at 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 12, student volunteers from the University of Cincinnati, Xavier and Northern Kentucky University will work together to assemble special care packages at UC s Hillel Jewish Student Center, located at 2615 Clifton Ave.


Rebecca Poland

February 8, 2004

UC chemical engineering major Rebecca Poland, a full Cincinnatus Scholar, is earning real-world experience on the job in Cincinnati.


Wear Red for Heart Health In February

February 5, 2004

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for American women. UC Heart and Vascular Center will offer free cholesterol screenings in February in conjunction with American Heart Month.


Friend and Foe: UC, XU Mix Cooperation and Competition

February 3, 2004

It's not quite Jekyll and Hyde, but the annual meeting between UC and Xavier clearly has two sides: The Crosstown Helpout is a huge, collaborative, community-service effort, while the Crosstown Shootout -- whether you play or just watch -- is a tad edgier.


THURSDAY: UC Lecture Celebrates A Century Of Flight

February 3, 2004

University Libraries hosts a Feb. 19 lecture exploring the history of the Wright brothers invention of powered flight, and how their discovery continues to impact their native Ohio 100 years later.


Urban Morgan Center To Host Major Human Rights Conference

February 3, 2004

Panel discussions among a distinguished field of international human rights experts will highlight the Joan Fitzpatrick Human Rights Conference, to be hosted at the UC College of Law Feb. 28-29. Information on registration is available online, and the conference will also be Webcast live from UC.


Real World Of Business, Technology Intersect In New Class

February 3, 2004

A new course in the Master's of Information Systems degree program in the College of Business will offer students this quarter a chance to interact with chief information officers from some of the nation's biggest companies.