Behind the scenes of Art on the Mall

July 14th, 2016 | No Comments | Posted in From Our Alumni

By Vicki L. Kroll In the pre-dawn hours of the last Sunday in July, the silence on UT’s Centennial Mall is broken: “Y’all ready for this?” rapper Ray Slijngaard of 2 Unlimited asks as the synthesizer-driven psych-up song “Get Ready For This” blares near the Student Union. “We have a little playlist — Amanda Schwartz […] Read more »

Art full presidential residence showcases works by UT faculty, alumni

July 14th, 2016 | No Comments | Posted in From Our Alumni

By Vicki L. Kroll Guests to the UT president’s house on Forestvale Road in Ottawa Hills see two large, ceramic bowls atop stately pedestals and two mixed-media pieces on the wall in the entryway. All four works beckon for a closer look. “Sulphur,” which is yellow, and “Saint-Cyr-su-Mer,” which is blue, were raku-fired by Karen Roderick-Lingeman, senior […] Read more »

UT in the News

July 14th, 2016 | No Comments | Posted in In The News

UT president marks 1st year on the job During one of last fall’s pep rallies, a crush of University of Toledo students cheered for the Rockets along with the school’s new president. Read More 2015-16 University annual report Strategic plan for diversity and inclusion Statement From the President Read More Trustees approve budget, College of […] Read more »

Alumnus releases animated short starring Bink

July 14th, 2016 | No Comments | Posted in From Our Alumni

He’s here: Watch the first animated short featuring Bink. The debut is from Eric Miller Animation Studios, a company started in 2014 by Eric Miller (Univ Coll ’05). “We’re super-excited to release the first 30-second short of Bink,” Miller said during a call from his Los Angeles home. More shorts with the captivating seafaring creature […] Read more »

Class Notes

July 14th, 2016 | No Comments | Posted in Class Notes

Please Submit Your Class Note to: ’40’s Alton “Bud” Gladieux (Ed ’46) attended the celebration of 100 years of men’s basketball at UT. Gladieux joined the team in 1942 as a freshman, and was a member of the men’s team that won 22 games before falling in the NIT, then the country’s premier postseason […] Read more »

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