An investigation of the eight largest public universities in Ohio in the Football Bowl Subdivision found that with one exception, college administrators and trustees impose hidden fees and invisible taxes on thousands of students who pay tens of millions of dollars in subsidies to keep money-losing athletic departments afloat.
Examining the 2013 inflated-adjusted academic spending — including faculty salaries, departmental research and student services — for each full-time undergraduate student at the 22 public universities that finished in the top 25 of the AP’s final 2014-15 college football poll.
There was no telling which way the
University of Cincinnati basketball program would lean after Mick Cronin
announced a leave of absence from the team he has coached for the past
nine years to deal with an unruptured brain aneurysm.
It’s long overdue that we see the faces
and learn the names of some of the exceedingly talented people working
in the kitchens of some of Cincinnati’s best local restaurants and hear,
in their words, some of the best and worst things about their jobs.