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UC students bring home gold at national Acara Challenge competition

Students from the University of Cincinnati and the Indian Institute of Technology developed Humble Commode, a sustainable sanitation solution that won gold in a national business challenge competition.

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FRONDORF: Lessons from Santa

This holiday season, I started believing in Santa...Dr. Santa Ono, the new president of the University of Cincinnati. In just a little more than four months as president at UC, Ono has captured the attention of an entire city.

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UC welcomes more Indian students

In 2010, Indian students at the University of Cincinnati were granted scholarships worth $5 million; in 2012, scholarships worth $7 million are expected to be given.

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MedCity News reports on Innov8 For Health accelerator class

A Cincinnati accelerator for health IT startups that models itself on groups like Rock Health, Blueprint Health and Healthbox has named its inaugural class of companies.

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UC student's 'green' IT to be presented in Baltimore

University of Cincinnati computer science doctoral student Dippy Aggarwal will be among the leaders in their fields who are sharing emerging research and career interests at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Conference.

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Cincinnati stuns Virginia Tech with late touch-down

Cincinnati stuns Virginia Tech with late touch-down to win.

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University of Cincinnati cracks US News' list of top colleges

The University of Cincinnati cracks US News & World Report's listing of top American colleges.

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FotoFocus featured in New York Times

FotoFocus, Cincinnati's month-long celebration of photography, gets a shout-out in The New York Times fall arts preview.

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A UC grad's journey after college

A UC grad recounts the story of her days after college and her time spent learning about her art and herself.

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UC professors help uncover an ancient Mayan water system

While scientists have learned much about the Maya by mapping, measuring and digging at Tikal for at least a century, they have been unsure how the settlement’s residents managed their water. Until now.

A new study with roots in Cincinnati illustrates the connection between the ancient world and the Queen City.
 
“These have been the first systematic excavations done in the reservoirs,” said Nick Dunning, a geo-archaeologist at the University of Cincinnati.
 
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Towne Properties creates community

For Towne Properties, the right market has been the Cincinnati area, and its best-selling amenity has been a “sense of community.” The firm got its start in Mt. Adams—a hilltop neighborhood with views of the city, the Ohio River.

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Federal Court strikes down UC's tiny free speech zone

One thing's for sure: The University of Cincinnati can't say it never saw this week's big courtroom win for student speech rights coming.
 
That's because back in March, my organization, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, published a list of the 12 worst colleges for free speech in the nation, and UC was right at the top of our list.
 
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Gina Oliver named new head lacrosse coach at UC

Gina Oliver, an assistant coach at Duquesne University and United States Women's National Team member, was named head lacrosse coach at the University of Cincinnati, Director of Athletics Whit Babcock announced Friday.

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Graeter's makes list of top ice creams in the US

U.S. News & World Report ranks Cincinnati's own Graeter's Ice Cream as the sixth best ice cream in the country. In addtion to praising the sweet stuff's French Pot swirling process, the national publication cites black raspberry chip as favorite flavor.

Spoiler alert: Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream, of Columbus, Ohio, ranked number one overall. Find Jeni's locally at both Melt and Picnic and Pantry in Northside.

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Ohio Innocence Project, at UC, promotes history of exoneration

More than 2,000 people in America in the past 23 years have been exonerated for serious crimes, according to a blog set up by Mark Godsey, professor at the University of Cincinnati School of Law and director of the Ohio Innocence Project and the Center for the Global Study of Wrongful Conviction.

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