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Angela is a public information officer for the Media Relations + Content team with Marketing + Communications. She is the content and media representative for the College of Arts and Sciences (A & S), the College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services (CECH) and the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning (DAAP).

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Wall Street Journal: Inside the fight against school vaping

March 11, 2024

High schools are cracking down on vaping on campus, says and article in The Wall Street Journal. These efforts are based out of concern for growth and brain development, as mounting evidence shows the harms of vaping, according UC tobacco and addiction expert Ashley Merianos who is cited in the article.


Cincinnati ranks No. 1 in the nation for street art

March 8, 2024

Cincinnati boasts a plethora of street art, including murals, which led to its designation by USA Today as the No. 1 city with the best street art for 2024. UC's College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning has been instrumental in designing, implementing and placing public art projects throughout the city.


The Washington Post: The zombie CVS, a late-capitalism horror story

March 6, 2024

Retail crime expert Karl Langhorst cited in national news story in The Washington Post. The story focuses on a CVS pharmacy in Washington, D.C. that was the subject of viral videos with its empty shelves and products behind locked cabinets. Langhorst is an instructor in the School of Criminal Justice and is often cited for his expertise in the arena of retail crime.


WVXU: Do murals impact a city's economics, quality of life?

February 26, 2024

WVXU covers University of Cincinnati urban design researcher Hyesun Jeong. She has received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to determine how public art relates to street vitality and the growth of commercial business in multiple U.S. cities.


The Independent: This man has been swatted 47 times for making a joke

February 14, 2024

A seemingly harmless take on Twitter turned into an years-long campaign of harassment, death threats and dozens of ‘swatting’ attacks on an individual. An arrest has been made, but swatting needs to be taken more seriously, says UC cybersecurity expert Gregory Winger, an assistant professor in the School of Public and International Affairs.


Deutsche Welle: Vaping while pregnant: What we know

February 7, 2024

Ashley Merianos, PhD, an assistant professor of human services, is proving herself a sought-after expert for media commentary on the toxicity of tobacco and the effects of tobacco related behaviors such as smoking and vaping.