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Graves, Ghouls And Ghosts Uncovered In Cincinnati History

October 21, 2004

Dying in Cincinnati didn t always mean a final rest in peace. Two UC researchers unearth the architecture, the history and the legends of Cincinnati s cemeteries, including the infamous 19th century body-snatchings in the spirit of education.

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Up to 2,000 Students Expected at Nov. 3 Career Fair

October 20, 2004

UC's Ethnic Student Career Fair, set to run noon-3 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 3, in The Great Hall, Tangeman Univeristy Center, is open to all students. About 60 companies are expected to come recruiting.

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Pulitzer Prize Winner To Serve Elliston Residency

October 19, 2004

When poet Carl Dennis, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for 'Practical Gods,' visits McMicken College as Elliston Poet-in-Residence, he'll have a full schedule. Dennis will be in residence Oct. 25-Nov. 24, during which time he will teach a poetry workshop and give three public presentations.

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UCl21: New Technical Report Now on the Web

October 19, 2004

A new preface by President Zimpher and a revised What s Next Section focusing on implementation are featured in the final UC|21 Technical Report now available online. For best results in viewing and printing, please download the PDF to your hard drive.

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Women in Technology Conference Models Powerful Partnerships

October 19, 2004

Corporate and university partners will collaborate on Oct. 22 to create Greater Cincinnati's first Women in Technology Conference. Convergys, Procter & Gamble and General Electric are teaming with UC, Miami and Xavier to support future professionals in information technology.

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OHIO POLL: Kerry And Bush Deadlocked In Ohio

October 18, 2004

The latest Ohio Poll finds the race for president is now a statistical dead heat in Ohio. The Poll also finds George Voinovich continues to lead Eric Fingerhut by a large margin in the race for U.S. Senate.

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Something New is Cooking in UC (and Nation's) Culinary Offerings

October 17, 2004

With food fads, trends and tastes -- along with scientific food knowledge -- changing course so rapidly, today's culinary students need giant helpings of hard science in their academic diet. As part of budding trends, the University of Cincinnati just became the third school in the nation offering culinary students training in the hard sciences.

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Pulitzer Prize Winner Comes to McMicken

October 17, 2004

When poet Carl Dennis, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Practical Gods, visits McMicken College as Elliston Poet-in-Residence, he'll have a full schedule.