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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.

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Cincinnati Hosting C-USA Hoops Tourney This Week

March 9, 2004

If you love basketball, don't miss out on the chance to watch one of college basketball's best leagues this year determine its tournament champion at this week's Conference USA men's basketball championship at the U.S. Bank Arena downtown.

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UC School Of Social Work Leads Nation In Research

March 9, 2004

The University of Cincinnati School of Social Work is tops nationally in the impact of its research, according to the newest University Science Indicators guide. UC research was the most cited of any school from 1998-2002, according to the study, which also had Yale, North Carolina, Missouri and UCLA in the top five.

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Civil Rights, Public Service Champion Coming To College Of Law

March 9, 2004

John M. Rosenberg, whose long career of service includes a role as a Justice Department trial attorney in the case dramatized in the movie "Mississippi Burning," will be speaking at the UC College of Law on March 11 about "The Choice of Public Service Careers."