Cheatham Norrils Grateful for His “Second” Senior Season

September 1st, 2015 | No Comments | Posted in From Our Alumni

Following a serious illness in 2014, Rocket cornerback has a new hunger for winning. By Sasha Mandros, UT Athletic Communications It’s not difficult to find a football player who has endured a season-stunting injury at some point in his career; it’s the nature of a violent game. However, Cheatham Norrils’ story is different. While most […] More more »

Rockets Have Big Goals Following Bowl Victory Last Season

September 1st, 2015 | No Comments | Posted in From Our Alumni

If how you finish a season makes any difference, then the Toledo Rockets should be ready to roll in 2015. The Rockets ended their 2014 campaign with three consecutive victories, including a 63-44 win over Arkansas State in the GoDaddy Bowl. The Rockets finished with a 9-4 record, their third nine-win season in the past […] More more »

Retired…But Not Really

September 1st, 2015 | No Comments | Posted in From Our Alumni

by Patty Gelb After an incredibly impressive career in the field of education spanning over 50 years, you would think that Dr. Dan Johnson, president emeritus of The University of Toledo would be slowing down. But, that is not the case at all. Following his time at UT, Johnson moved to Dubai in the United […] More more »

UT in the News

September 1st, 2015 | No Comments | Posted in In The News

College of Medicine Signs Affiliation Agreement with ProMedica With a few pen strokes, the University of Toledo and ProMedica inked an academic affiliation agreement Wednesday, ending months of negotiations and linking the institutions together for 50 years. Read More UT President Helps Students Move In Students Move into new $38 Million Hall The first University […] More more »

Class Notes

September 1st, 2015 | No Comments | Posted in Class Notes

Please Submit Your Class Note to: Amanda.Schwartz@utoledo.edu ’60’s *Dr. James A. Young (MA ’66) presented “The Only Losers Were the Workers: The Agony and the Redemption of Cold War Combatants in the Electrical Industry” at the Joint Conference of the Labor and Working-Class History Association and the Working-Class Studies Association at Georgetown University. Young is […] More more »

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