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UC Clermont baseball team wins second national title

May 23, 2024

The University of Cincinnati Clermont College men’s baseball team has taken first place in the 2024 United States Collegiate Athletic Association Small College World Series. The Cougars defeated four-time national champion Penn State Dubois to claim the program’s second title and first since 2013.

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From student-athlete to OIP advocate

May 15, 2024

In a tale of resilience and ambition, Alexandria Anderson's journey to the hallowed halls of the University of Cincinnati College of Law and Ohio Innocence Project exemplifies the transformative power of scholarships in shaping futures.

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UC faculty unveil startup platform to redefine NIL landscape

May 8, 2024

UC faculty develop new platform for students to track scholarship criteria and monetize their name, image and likeness (NIL) for branding purposes. Carbon Copy Assets will launch a mobile application where students earn badges and rewards for verifying their participation at campus events like career fairs, student club meetings and volunteer opportunities. Students will also prove that they are building job and life skills such as financial and legal literacy. A blockchain will record these activities, allowing donors and employers to view a publicly verifiable, immutable list of achievements.

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UC Clermont baseball team wins second national title

May 23, 2024

The University of Cincinnati Clermont College men’s baseball team has taken first place in the 2024 United States Collegiate Athletic Association Small College World Series. The Cougars defeated four-time national champion Penn State Dubois to claim the program’s second title and first since 2013.

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From student-athlete to OIP advocate

May 15, 2024

In a tale of resilience and ambition, Alexandria Anderson's journey to the hallowed halls of the University of Cincinnati College of Law and Ohio Innocence Project exemplifies the transformative power of scholarships in shaping futures.

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UC faculty unveil startup platform to redefine NIL landscape

May 8, 2024

UC faculty develop new platform for students to track scholarship criteria and monetize their name, image and likeness (NIL) for branding purposes. Carbon Copy Assets will launch a mobile application where students earn badges and rewards for verifying their participation at campus events like career fairs, student club meetings and volunteer opportunities. Students will also prove that they are building job and life skills such as financial and legal literacy. A blockchain will record these activities, allowing donors and employers to view a publicly verifiable, immutable list of achievements.

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Jason and Travis Kelce take Cincinnati to ‘New Heights’

April 16, 2024

UC alumni Jason and Travis Kelce returned to UC for an unforgettable evening that included the Great "Lombaby" Games, a live recording of their podcast "New Heights," special guests Joe Burrow, Orlando Brown Jr. and Desmond Ridder and a surprise commencement ceremony.

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Kelce bros bring 'New Heights' live show to Fifth Third Arena

Event: April 11, 2024 7:00 PM

University of Cincinnati alumni and NFL stars Jason and Travis Kelce are returning to campus for one night only. The Bearcat brothers are bringing their popular "New Heights" podcast to Fifth Third Arena on April 11 for a live show.

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USA Today: Cincinnati’s Flying Pig Marathon named best in nation

April 5, 2024

Cincinnati's Flying Pig Marathon ranks No. 1 in USA Today’s 10Best list of top-rated marathon, beating out 20 other marathons across the country. The list highlights the race’s fun pig theme, its scenic 26.2-mile route along the Ohio River through diverse neighborhoods across Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, and a post-race party with pizza and beer.

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The New York Times: The people who brought you Travis Kelce

February 22, 2024

The New York Times featured University of Cincinnati alumnus Andre Eanes, who, alongside his twin brother Aaron, manages Travis Kelce, fellow alumnus and All-Pro tight end for the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs. The story profiles the brothers who helped make Kelce a household name, even outside of football.

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