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Historic Moment Awes White House Intern

March 19, 2003

For a student who fell in love with politics during the presidential campaign of 2000, nothing could top landing an internship on the White House staff.

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Ethics and Policy in the Age of Genetics and Medicine

March 19, 2003

A presentation sponsored by the UC College of Medicine entitled Ethics and Policy in the Age of Genetics and Medicine will be given by Eric M. Meslin, PhD, director of the Indiana University Center for Bioethics, on Thursday, March 20, from 4-5 p.m. in Kresge Auditorium, UC College of Medicine Medical Sciences Building.

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WATCH WEBCAST: Trends in Crime and Punishment

March 18, 2003

Alfred Blumstein, a member of Carnegie Mellon's faculty and the director of the National Consortium on Violence Research, will address "Some Recent Trends in Crime and Punishment." He will speak on April 3 at noon in Room 118 of the College of Law. UC Streaming Media will also webcast the lecture, which is part of the Seasongood College Visitor program and co-sponsored by the Urban Justice Institute.

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Law Students Offer Tax Prep Help for Low-Income Residents

March 18, 2003

Students at the UC College of Law are offering help to low-income residents with tax questions through their Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. Check here for more details, including dates and times that student help will be available.

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Latest Ohio Poll from UC Measures Consumer Confidence

March 18, 2003

Consumer confidence fell in February as Ohioans were more pessimistic about U.S. business conditions, making major household purchases and their own family finances, according to the latest release of the Ohio Poll. The poll is produced by UC's Institute for Policy Research.

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Advanced Scheduling for '03-04 Year Opens on April 1

March 18, 2003

UC's Campus Scheduling Office will begin accepting applications to schedule facilities for the 2003-04 academic year beginning April 1, 2003. All non-academic activities must be scheduled through this office.

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Tickets on Sale for NCAA Women's Basketball at UC

March 18, 2003

Tickets for the NCAA Division I Women s Basketball Championship games that will be played in Fifth Third Arena at Shoemaker Center next week are currently on sale through the UC Athletic Ticket Office. Among the four teams playing on campus will be the No. 10-seeded UC Bearcats.

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PROFILE: Historic Moment Awes White House Intern

March 17, 2003

Communication major Stephen Rosfeld is getting an experience of a lifetime serving on the White House staff at a time that may be long remembered in history. In addition to seeing the real president, Rosfeld has met the fictional one from TV's "West Wing."

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Fifth Third Bank Gives $10 Million to Varsity Village

March 16, 2003

To recognize the long-standing leadership of Dr. Joseph Steger and the positive impact that the University of Cincinnati has had on developing greater Cincinnati leaders, Fifth Third Bank President & CEO George A. Schaefer, Jr., today presented a $10 million contribution to the University of Cincinnati. The gift among the largest single gifts ever received by the university will support the Richard E. Lindner Varsity Village, a plan for improving current athletic facilities. Varsity Village will also position UC as one of America s elite athletic programs.

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Rally Rouses Interest in Relay Fund-raiser

March 12, 2003

This is the first year that UC is participating in the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life fund-raiser. A March 12 rally revealed why this walk is so important.

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Iranian Prof to Speak at RWC about Islam and Women

March 11, 2003

Azar Nafisi, who was a professor in her homeland of Iran for 15 years, will offer her stories of Iranian women, Islamic radicals and the chaotic times of the Islamic Revolution in a lecture on April 4 at 7 p.m. in the Raymond Walters College theater. Nafisi has a new book, "Reading Lolita in Tehran," due out later this month.