Hannibal Buress kind of hates Cincinnati. Yet he’s still coming to perform at the Taft Theatre on Nov. 11.Taft Theatre, Hannibal Buress
Emotion was palpable as students rallied on campus Wednesday night for the conviction of Ray Tensing, leading up to Tensing’s trial beginning Tuesday.Ucpd, Ray Tensing, Sam Dubose
OpinionBearcats Football, Tommy Tuberville, Gunner Kiel
With the contradictory views of sexual assault and justice for abuse survivors in the U.S., the Netflix documentary “Audrie and Daisy” refocuses the light on the victim’s experience.College Life, Netflix, Documentary, Sexual Assault
After months of watching presentations and pondering over a decision, the Big 12 announced they are not expanding the 10-school conference ― leaving the University of Cincinnati in the American Athletic Conference for the time being.Sports, Bearcats Football
A student group at the University of Cincinnati is using 3D printers to create assistive devices for patients in need.Enableuc, 3d Printing, Prosthestic
Maybe first impressions can be misleading.Bearcats Football, Tommy Tuberville, Shaq Washington, Ring Of Honor
A campaign called for the University of Cincinnati to cut ties with food service provider Aramark Co., which they allege to be “deeply entrenched in an animal cruelty scandal.”Aramark, University Of Cincinnati, The Humane League
Hyperloop UC, one of 22 teams competing in the nationwide SpaceX Hyperloop Pod competition, unveiled their new prototype this week.Hyperloop Uc, Space X, Elon Musk, Hyperloop
Food insecurity, defined as a lack of reliable access to nutritious food, is affecting students at the University of Cincinnati.Food Insecurity, Student_gov, Uc Housing, St. George Food Pantry
Many fans have called for the job of Cincinnati Bearcat head football coach Tommy Tuberville, but the jobs of Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis and Reds manager Bryan Price have also been called for by fans.
Male students at the University of Cincinnati may find themselves reluctant to seek help for mental health concerns due to societal pressures — a stigma campus initiatives aim to extinguish.Mental Health, Student Wellness Center, Caps
Following their bye week, the University of Cincinnati Bearcats football team is back on the field this week and taking on the East Carolina University Pirates for the school’s homecoming game.Sports, Bearcats Football, Tommy Tuberville
A panel of scholars at the University of Cincinnati’s Fall Poverty Lecture series presented an alternative view Wednesday that challenges the traditional picture of gentrification as simply renovation by another name.
Those pesky library fees will soon no longer inhibit students at the University of Cincinnati from viewing their grades.Board Of Trustees, University Of Cincinnati
It is time for Tommy Tuberville to two-step out of town.Bearcats Football, Tommy Tuberville, Opinion, College Football
University of Cincinnati senior quarterback Gunner Kiel made his first start of the season during the team’s homecoming game against East Carolina University in dramatic fashion.Bearcats Football, Gunner Kiel, University Of Cincinnati, East Carolina University, Tommy Tuberville
Bob Bonder, founder and president of Rhinegeist Brewery, is tucked away in his office on a late Monday afternoon. The office overlooks the brewing vats, which have pumped out some of the most popular craft beer in the Cincinnati area over the last three years.
The Cincinnati Art Museum (CAM) is breaking out the big guns from its collection for an exhibit entitled “Van Gogh: Into the Underbrush.”Cincinnati Art Museum, Van Gogh, Art Exhibit
After being eliminated in the second round of the NCAA tournament last year, the University of Cincinnati men’s basketball team returns with high expectations.Basketball, University Of Cincinnati, Bearcats
I was destined to commute to campus from the moment I toured a University of Cincinnati dorm room. Expecting an only child to coexist alongside a stranger equals bad news, and adding a confined space to the equation exacerbates the problem.
Tucked away in the northwestern region of Cincinnati, Dent Schoolhouse is infamous for natives of the area.Halloween, Dent Schoolhouse, Haunted House
Disclaimer: profile not an endorsement.Democrat, Socialist, Brian Garry
A message was posted for students walking past McMicken Commons on the University of Cincinnati campus Tuesday that read “Warning: Abortion Victim Photos Ahead.”
After a campus shake-up at the University of Cincinnati on Monday night with an active shooter on campus, it is safe to say that students and faculty are protected, especially with the university prohibition of firearms.
When my fellow white Americans make charges against other racial groups — namely black men and women, for being racist against whites — it dumbfounds me and causes question as to whether or not we are even talking about the same thing.Opinion, Racism, White Privilege, Prejudice
The University of Cincinnati has two teams catching fire in the latter half of their respective seasons. Here’s a look at women’s volleyball team and men’s soccer and where they stand.Sports, Volleyball, Men's Soccer
The NBA begins its regular season Oct. 25, and after a plethora of headlines this offseason, this year will be an interesting one to watch.Basketball, Nba
SolEcho, a progressive, innovative new jam band rooted in the heart of Cincinnati, showcases a psychedelic, funky type of music that does not fall under just one category of music.Music, Concerts, Urban Artifact
In volleyball, few positions are more important than the setter.Volleyball, Molly Alvey, Jade Tingelhoff
A professional, well-kept waiting room sits empty. Magazines, other literature and a box of tissues sit untouched on a dark-grain coffee table. Every chair positioned around the table is vacant. Every resource in the room goes untouched.Movie Review, Netflix, Abortion, Women's Rights
Body positivity — a movement created by feminist groups across the country encouraging people to love and appreciate their bodies rather than allowing appearance to be an outlet for self-hatred — is reaching new heights for progression.Body Positivity, Women's Center, Pi Beta Phi
Musical fans here at the University of Cincinnati may know the College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) produces two major musicals a year — one in the spring and one in the fall. Starting Oct. 20, the musical choice of this semester, “A Chorus Line,”will begin its production and continue until Oct. 30.Entertainment, Ccm, Musical
""Welcome, fans, to Nippert Stadium, home of the Bearcats.""
The Clifton area has plans to renovate and improve its bike paths, racks, stations and lanes in support of the increasing bicycling movement.Clifton, Bike, Cincy Red Bike, Cincinnati Cycle Club
The College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning put together an exhibit at The Philip M. Meyers Jr. Memorial Gallery, in hopes to present a technologically-altered reality from their perspective.Art Exhibit, Daap, Daap Myers Gallery
While students returned to class Tuesday morning, authorities continued to search for someone who fired at least one shot on campus Monday night.
Chris Porter is perhaps best known for his appearances on Season Four of NBC’s "Last Comic Standing" in which he placed third, or his Netflix special "Chris Porter: Ugly and Angry," but seeing him live is a whole other beast.
The September 29th issue of The News Record included an article covering the spread of Colin Kaepernick’s protest of the National Anthem to high schools and collegiate athletics, as well as to the chambers of our own student government here on campus. Contained in the article was Tommy Tuber…Tommy Tuberville, Protest, Letter To The Editor
The University of Cincinnati hosted Professor Philip Gingerich, a prominent evolutionary biologist at the University of Michigan, to speak on the origin of whales in a lecture series.Philip Gingerich, Evolution
Alcohol consumption across college campuses is not a new stigma, with statistics coming out each year showing the change in alcohol-related deaths, injuries and assaults.College Life, Thirsty Thursday, Alcohol, Caps
When a sensitive story goes viral, it’s inevitable that many social media users will throw their two cents in — but that only perpetuates the problem.
The millennial vote has never been more critical. We face an election in which one of the presidential candidates is actively preaching hatred and violence against his opponent.Presidential Campaign, Elections, Donald Trump, Climate Change, Opinion
During October, it is not uncommon as a consumer to be bombarded by a slew of merchandise branded to support breast cancer awareness month, and it is important to be aware of how much organizations actually donate to the breast cancer fight.Opinion, Breast Cancer
The old C-Paw was fine and the university's decisions on the entire process of revitalizing its brand were quite ugly.
With the Cincinnati Bearcat football team’s 20-9 loss to the University of Connecticut, the team dropped to 0-3 in American Athletic Conference play.Bearcats Football, Opinion, Tommy Tuberville, College Football, Cincinnati Bearcats Football
The University of Cincinnati will host the Cincinnati Next Lives Here Summit — a showcase of startups, innovators and experts in the community — on Oct. 20 at 12-6 p.m.Next Lives Here, Startups, Entrepreneurship, University Of Cincinnati, Startup Company
A thick, bound volume of every News Record production from 1966-67 has traveled with Judy McCarty Kuhn throughout her life. This was her compensation for being the editor-in-chief of the University of Cincinnati’s newspaper that year, and the catalyst that spurred her to write her book “The …News Record, Judy Mccarty Kuhn, University Of Cincinnati
Funding for a new, top-of-the-line facility for the University of Cincinnati’s Carl H. Lindner College of Business is underway, and the project is coming closer to reaching its estimated $120 million goal after receiving a $5 million gift Thursday.Lindner College Of Business, Johnson Investment Counsel Institute, Renovations