Two years ago, Verna Williams stepped up as interim dean for the University of Cincinnati College of Law after her predecessor, Jennifer Bard, was dismissed.
Above, it was freezing. Yet as I descended the railing of the steep stairwell, I began to feel the temperature around me warm to a balmy 58 degrees. At the bottom of the stairwell, I found myself surrounded by the crumbling decay of cement, brick and limestone, with mountains of century-old …
It’s 8:55 a.m., and students have just been released from the grueling mental challenge that epitomizes an 8 a.m. class at the University of Cincinnati’s Uptown campus.
Every Friday, a flurry of puppies can be found running amok in a baby-gated hallway situated in the in bowels of French East on the University of Cincinnati’s medical campus.