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Resource List Expands

March 16, 2004

An expanded resource list is available to aid Action Teams and others as the Academic Planing Process continues. Among the resources are a UC fact sheet and links to regional web sites.

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UC Law Team Tops In Regional Arbitration Competition

March 16, 2004

For the second consecutive year, a team from the UC College of Law has earned the Midwestern Regional championship in a mediation competition sponsored by the American Bar Association. The team of Tracy Fowkes and Bryan Hawkins beat out nine other teams to earn the title and now will represent the Midwest at the ABA's national competition in New York in April, where last year's UC team also came away victorious.

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Former Justice Department Official To Talk About Civil Liberties In War On Terror

March 16, 2004

John Yoo from Cal-Berkeley will present "Beyond the Patriot Act: Civil Liberties and the War on Terrorism" at the UC College of Law on March 18. The public can attend the lecture in person or watch a live Webcast. Besides his academic position, Yoo is a former Justice Department official who looked at issues involving foreign affairs, national security, and the separation of powers, and he's the author of the forthcoming "War, Peace, and the Constitution."

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Pancakes in the Park

March 16, 2004

UC President Nancy Zimpher pitched in at a "friend-raiser" for one of Cincinnati's fine parks.

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Thrift Fashions Make Cents for Students and Community

March 15, 2004

A penny saved earned applause for UC fashion sophomores who made highly creative garments from low-cost, thrift-store bargains. About 60 students previewed their garments yesterday, and they ll model them again at a fall fashion show for the community.

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Interiors Students Make Light of Design Challenge

March 10, 2004

The expanding staff at the Cincinnati Preservation Association have felt tightly corseted in their 1880s Victorian row house-turned-office headquarters in need of both breathing room and sunshine. UC interior design sophomores aren t about to skirt the issues and the stiff challenge it represents but are, instead, providing up-to-date ideas for their non-profit client.

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Freshmen Business Students Show Smarts For Fast Track

March 10, 2004

A new direction in the freshman year experience for UC business students reaches its culmination Thursday, when leading members of the Cincinnati business community come to campus to see just how much the students have learned through the new Project Fast Track about the inner-workings of business in Cincinnati and the world.