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MLK Unity Celebration to be a Fully Virtual Experience Featuring Speakers and Local Performers

January 12, 2022

During an online press conference Wednesday morning, Toledo Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz and UToledo President Gregory Postel invite the community to attend the virtual Unity Celebration at 10 a.m. Monday, Jan. 17.


Not just your liver: Algal toxins might impact your ability to reproduce, too

January 12, 2022

David Kennedy and Jason Huntley, associate professors in the UToledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences, comment on a new study connecting exposure to microcystin in harmful algal blooms to reproductive problems.


Toledo-area Physicians Encourage Vaccination to Combat Omicron Surge

January 11, 2022

Dr. Michael Ellis, an infectious disease specialist and chief medical officer at UTMC, discusses the importance of vaccination against COVID-19 as cases and hospitalizations increase across the country.


Chuck Ealey, Gary Pinkel to be Inducted Into College Football Hall of Fame

January 10, 2022

Former UToledo quarterback Chuck Ealey and head coach Gary Pinkel were inducted to the College Football Hall of Fame.


Toledo Quarterback Chuck Ealey Part of College Football Hall of Fame Class of 2022

January 10, 2022

Former UToledo quarterback Chuck Ealey and head coach Gary Pinkel were inducted to the College Football Hall of Fame.


Briggs: Better Late Than Never, Hall Makes Well-Deserved ‘Exception’ for Ealey

January 10, 2022

Former UToledo quarterback Chuck Ealey inducted into the College Hall of Fame.


Finally: Chuck Ealey Selected for College Football Hall of Fame

January 10, 2022

Former UToledo quarterback Chuck Ealey and head coach Gary Pinkel were inducted to the College Football Hall of Fame.


Road Salt Contamination of Freshwater ‘Requires Immediate Attention,’ Warns Scientist

January 10, 2022

Dr. Bill Hintz, an assistant professor of ecology, discusses his research on how the overuse of road salts to melt winter snow and ice is threatening our health and environment.


Road Salt Works. But It’s Also Bad for the Environment.

January 10, 2022

Dr. Bill Hintz, an assistant professor of ecology, discusses his research on how the overuse of road salts to melt winter snow and ice is threatening our health and environment.


City Partners With Local Organizations for MLK Day Experience

January 9, 2022

The 21st annual Unity Day Celebration, co-sponsored by UToledo, will be held virtually at 10 a.m. Monday, Jan. 17.


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