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Cleveland 19 News: Jury reaches not guilty verdict in retrial...

September 29, 2022

Ohio Innocence Project helps Michael Sutton clear his name. Sutton was found not guilty during a retrial before a Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas judge for a 2006 case involving the attempted murder of a Cleveland police officer. The trial's outcome was covered by Cleveland area media including Cleveland News 19 TV station.

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Spectrum News: Bearcat football offers a great game and more to...

September 24, 2022

First-year students choose UC for many reasons: a top-ranked cooperative education program; lots of programs of study to choose from; and a great city that hosts the university are plenty to consider. But success on the athletic field is also an undeniable initial attraction to many and also a way to encourage others to be forever Bearcats.

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The News Record: Students gain real-world experience at 'the...

September 23, 2022

The News Record, the university’s student-run newspaper, profiled UC's co-op program and spoke with two students and their experience with experience-based learning: Sarah Nunley, a third-year in DAAP and Kyle Cannon, a second-year student in CECH. Nunley is enjoying a co-op at Court Atkins Group, an architecture and design company in South Carolina and Cannon is working for 8451, a data analysis company in Cincinnati patented by Kroger in the IT industry.

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Growth at UC brings largest first-year class ever

September 23, 2022

The University of Cincinnati recorded its largest enrollment ever this week as the official head count landed at 47,914 students for the fall semester. The figure represents nearly a 2.6% increase over last year’s enrollment or an additional 1,204 students.

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UC Family Weekend draws more than 5,000 participants to the...

September 22, 2022

UC Family Weekend was designed to introduce families to university life. The three-day event attracted more than 5,000 people to the Uptown campus Sept. 16-18. A pep rally, a movie night in Nippert Stadium, an evening barbecue along with host of activities on Schneider Quad offered something for UC students, their siblings, parents and other supporters.

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UC College of Law celebrates new facility, hosts Sept. 13 grand...

September 2, 2022

The University of Cincinnati College of Law will host a grand opening for its new home, a $45.6 million renovation now located near the heart of the Uptown campus. A grand opening and ribbon-cutting for the building at 2925 Campus Green Drive is set for 11 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 13.

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Co-op puts problem-solving skills to the test

August 26, 2022

Taylor Morgan's co-op at Cincinnati-based Kaleidoscope Innovation took her across the country from Chicago to southern California. She says her classes laid a foundation for success, and her real-world encounters on co-op put her problem-solving skills to the test.

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A UC first: Enrollment tops 48,000

August 18, 2022

The University of Cincinnati anticipates record enrollment as classes begin Monday, Aug. 22, with a projected 48,300 students — a 3% increase over last year. It will mark nearly a decade of continuous growth of a student body that increasingly reflects the university’s core values.

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Future environmental engineer takes helm of UC student government

August 12, 2022

Meet UC Student Body President Isaac Smitherman. He's a third-year environmental engineering major. Smitherman, a Black openly gay student and possibly the first to lead the UC student body, is also a vegan and a proponent of sustainable practices that support human, ecological and economic health and well-being.

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Forbes recognizes value of UC’s co-op program

August 2, 2022

The University of Cincinnati invented cooperative education or coop in 1906. That history of leadership has been recognized by Forbes magazine for improving work readiness for college graduates.

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It's a great day to become a Bearcat

August 1, 2022

The University of Cincinnati is waiving its $50 application fee for prospective students seeking bachelor's or associate degrees at all campus locations, Monday, Aug. 1.

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