The University of Cincinnati Student Government is conducting a survey regarding Issue 48, an amendment to the charter of the City of Cincinnati to prevent spending to build and operate a streetcar system through the year 2020. We are conducting this survey in order to both inform students about the issue and to determine whether or not there is a significant consensus among students. Below are the official ballot language and arguments for and against the item. Please review the information below and submit your opinion via the Blackboard poll.
The 2011-2012 Cabinet applications are now closed. Mike and I want to thank everyone that applied. We received more than 100 applicants, which is absolutely outstanding! We are now in the process of reviewing all the applications and making our appointments to each cabinet position. We will be contacting everyone before June 1st to announce our decisions. Thanks again to everyone that applied and we look forward to an amazing year “Bringing Your Priorities to MainStreet.”
Have you ever wanted to get somewhere quickly but without having to drive or pay for gas? Perhaps even get some exercise at the same time? With spring quarter already rolling, the weather is quickly warming up and gas prices keep rising, too!
The University of Cincinnati is proud of its commitment to civility, freedom and justice as expressed by the Just Community initiative. In the spirit of creating a more Just Community, the University of Cincinnati lends it’s support to the fight against campus violence by joining the national Enough is Enough campaign.
Summon, a new powerful resource has been made available for student use via the Library website. Tired of having to search individual databases for your research sources? Well look no further; Summon is a single search box much like that of Google, which has been developed to enhance students researching abilities. Check it out on the Articles & More tab on the library homepage, www.libraries.uc.edu.
Nightwalk Safety Board is the safety branch of the Student Government Association, and they are proud to present the following Spring Break safety tips for any trips you may be taking as a student! 1. Beware of Spring Break Scam. Thousands of students from across the nation are victims of “Spring Break Scam” each year. Make sure you check on the details of your accommodations and nearby establishments. If your offers for Spring Break are heavy on rewards and light on details, beware! You might end up in shoddy hotels/condominiums