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Zimpher Goes, Huggins Comes Back and UC Is Close to Winning Again

0 Comments · Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Imagine the scene in a week. Nancy Zimpher is leaving, Bob Huggins is returning, Fifth Third Arena could be full and the University of Cincinnati's basketball team could be headed back to the NCAA Tournament. Can it be that the more things change the more they stay the same? Of course not.   

Marching to a Different Beat

Beat poet Gregory Corso subject of a UC festival

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 14, 2009
The festival in tribute to poet Gregory Corso, often called "the Last Beat," will consider his work and legacy through an art exhibition, lecture, poetry reading, an evening of music and the film. The term "last," in regards to Corso, refers to the fact he outlived other Beat writers, notably Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac.  

UC Is on the Way Back at the Crosstown Shootout ... Xavier Never Left

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Less than a month old, the college basketball season is so new that it doesn’t begin to add up. Among the names to be found on top of the RPI listings are Butler, Evansville, Clemson and Northwestern. But one highly placed name that doesn’t read like a sampling error is Xavier, which is ranked fifth or sixth in various RPI ratings, 10th by the media and ninth by the coaches.   

I'm Not a Loser

UC's Big East championship legitimizes Cincinnati sports fans

2 Comments · Wednesday, December 3, 2008
Would a loser have awaken at 9 a.m. on a Saturday and started drinking Sparks energy beer, eating bagels and watching college football pregame shows? Would a loser have walked across the UC campus before noon drinking beer out of a to-go coffee cup? I think not.  

Sweet Taste of Success

UC football caps a 20-year rebuilding project with a trip to the program’s biggest bowl game ever

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 3, 2008
Nobody has ever accused the University of Cincinnati of overemphasizing football ... probably not even in 1885, when UC became the fifth American university to start a football team. For more than 120 years, locals wondered why the university should even bother with it. But in a flash of two years, UC's football reputation has changed. Today, with the Bengals at their worst, UC football is the star of the Cincinnati athletic scene. They're winners in a town starved for winners.  

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