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Raymond Walters College Names Honor Student of the Year

June 24, 2003

Each year Raymond Walters College selects a student with a high grade point average, a desire to succeed, a well-rounded personality, and the ability to give back to the college and community as the Honor Student of the Year.

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MarketPointe, Other Options Available For Summer Dining

June 24, 2003

MarketPointe at Siddall, the campus's cutting-edge residential and retail restaurant, will be open seven days a week all summer long. Prices range from $3.99 for breakfast to $6.99 for dinner, and you can use your Bearcat Campus Card. Also open all summer are Mr. Jim's and Pizza Hut in the Dining Pavilion, Blimpie and Java City in the Event Pavilion Café, and the DAAP Café. The Bearcat Grill in the Dining Pavilion will be open throughout July only.

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PROFILE: Losses Take Toll, But Grad Never Gives Up

June 22, 2003

Renee Richardson, a staff member in Judaic Studies and longtime UC employee, was once told she would never graduate from college. This year, she graduates with her second bachelor s degree. On top of her work and academic demands, she has faced one loss after another, including the murder of one of her sons in Indianapolis.

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Leonard's Big Day A Big Story In Business Education

June 17, 2003

After 20 years as a Wall Street executive, Ana Leonard now has her PhD in management from UC, a milestone in personal achievement but also in helping to create a more welcoming environment in business schools for minority students.

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CBA Graduation Ceremony Turns Into Father-Daughter Night

June 17, 2003

Michael Schear wasn't just a proud father when his daughter Jackie graduated magna cum laude from the College of Business Administration, he was also a proud fellow graduate. He had the honor last week of also receiving his diploma earned 22 years earlier -- an event missed the first time around because of the birth of his daughter.

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PROFILE: Wow, What a Thesis! It's Worth $132 Million

June 16, 2003

Matt Lones is not even finished with his master's thesis, and already, the development dreams that were the seeds of his thesis topic are becoming a waterfront reality along Lake Erie as the $132 million Bayfront Urban Revitalization Plan.

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Commencement 2003: Caps, Gowns and Quips

June 12, 2003

CBS' correspondent Bill Geist delivered a commencement keynote of comedy and fatherly advice to the University of Cincinnati's graduating class of 2003. Part of that adivce: "Keep your caps and gowns on forever. Everybody smiles at you, hugs you and gives you gifts."

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UC Professor Receives Silver Medal

June 12, 2003

Grace LeMasters, PhD, received the Outstanding Public Service Medal for her contributions to the improvement of defense operations.