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The New York Times: Third Black-owned company emerges as suitor for BET

March 14, 2023

An overall decline in television viewership can be attributed to new technologies such as streaming services, but Black Entertainment Television has been feeling the decline more pointedly after legislation from the 1990s, UC's Jeffrey Blevins, a professor of journalism, tells The New York Times.


ABC News: Two wrongly convicted men granted full-ride scholarships to college

March 13, 2023

Michael Sutton, 35, and Kenny Phillips, 34 are finally getting their lives back. After 15 years of wrongful imprisonment Sutton has his freedom back thanks to the Ohio Innocence Project at UC Law. Phillips was also released with the help of the Wrongful Conviction Project at the Ohio Public Defender Commission. Sutton and Phillips, now have sometihng else: full rides to college. ABC News and News 5 Cleveland shared their story.


Ariel Quartet closes season with Brahms and Beethoven on March 21

March 13, 2023

The Ariel Quartet closes their 2022-23 season Tuesday, March 21 at 7:30 p.m. in Werner Recital Hall. The emotional program, centered around the Brahms Piano Quintet in F minor and featuring faculty artist Soyeon Kate Lee, also includes works by Beethoven and Mendelssohn. Tickets are on sale now through the CCM Box Office.


Students celebrate 10 years of Lindner Women in Business at Empowerment Day

March 10, 2023

Current and prospective students in the Carl H. Lindner College of Business packed Lindner Hall on March 4 for Lindner Women in Business’ (LWiB) annual Empowerment Day. The event, now in its seventh year, brought together alumni and members of the Cincinnati business community to equip students with the tools they need to succeed in the workplace.


UC researchers develop innovative breathing aid

March 10, 2023

One in 10 adults suffer from the debilitating effects of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Research around a new breathing device developed by pulmonologists at the University of Cincinnati offers promise for improving their lives. The new device not only improves symptoms of breathlessness and quality of life for people with COPD, it also offers benefits for people dealing with stress and anxiety and those practicing mindfulness, meditation or yoga. The research was published in the journal Respiratory Care.