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News: Sigma Phi Epsilon Removes Members After Suicide of Freshman Who Lived in Fraternity House

0 Comments · Thursday, March 11, 1999
A month after an 18-year-old University of Cincinnati freshman committed suicide at the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity house, members are being removed from the fraternity. Jacob Saylor hanged himsel  

News: A Time to Tell

UC grapples with federal legislation that requires parental notification of students' run-ins with the law

0 Comments · Thursday, March 4, 1999
A 19-year-old University of Cincinnati student was arrested on campus, between Calhoun Street and Corry Boulevard, for being in possession of and purchasing illegal drugs. According to the Cincin  

News: Batsakes Business Owners: Downtown Development Has 'Messed the Whole Thing Up'

0 Comments · Thursday, February 25, 1999
Batsakes Hat Shop has been on the corner of Sixth and Walnut streets for 91 years. Batsakes J & G Dry Cleaners has occupied the space next door for more than 50 years. But as the city plans for i  

News: Pothole Paperwork, Politics Mean Rough Road For Tristate Drivers

0 Comments · Thursday, February 25, 1999
Although the biggest winter storm to hit the area so far this season ended more than a month ago, people still are battling its effects -- like car damage caused by potholes on the Ronald Reagan Hig  

Cover Story: Out of the Fire

Firefighter who ran out of air during deadly Oakley fire illustrates problems with training, safety, former district chief says

0 Comments · Thursday, February 4, 1999
The alarm on Johnson's air mask rang out: He had only five minutes of oxygen left. Those minutes passed quickly as the men looked for an escape from the smoke-filled building. The smoke was too   

News: A 'Clash of Generations:' Fact or Fiction?

0 Comments · Thursday, January 28, 1999
Generation X has been stereotyped by the media as a generation of unmotivated slackers. Scott Wert says he wants to change that -- at least in the workplace. Wert is teaching a class, which he cla