Walking down Main Street at the University of Cincinnati (UC), you may notice, amidst a number of posters advertising clubs and social events, a sticker telling you in bold red letters to “vote on November 2nd” for a man named Evan Holt.
Faculty and administrators at the University of Cincinnati (UC) have joined a mass of opponents to a bill pending in the Ohio Statehouse which could limit how educators talk about topics like racism and slavery in classrooms and university lecture halls.
As the debate over abortion laws continues to remain a hot topic across the country, groups in Cincinnati are taking to the streets to express their opinions.
Months of vigorous electioneering finally came to a head Tuesday evening, as Cincinnati mayoral candidates Aftab Pureval and David Mann debated at Xavier University’s Cintas Center.
Ohio is at a crossroads. Climate change, once a non-starter issue for figures on the political fringe, has become an unavoidable threat.
- UC students selected to ask Biden questions at presidential townhall
- Federal prosecutors will not file charges against former UCPD officer Ray Tensing
- Clifton Heights’ Tea ‘n’ Bowl experiences racist prank calls, fake orders
- Man arrested after assault, shots fired near Corryville Kroger, police said
- New two-way bike lane coming to Clifton Avenue this weekend
- UC to purchase shuttered Corryville hospital building
- Man arrested after allegedly attempting to rob a Walgreens near campus