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University of Cincinnati Magazine July 2014 : Page 1

UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI MAGAZINE UC Tour Guide July 2014 No matter when you graduated, UC has new marvels you never dreamed and historic treasures you never knew about. So it’s time to go exploring with the UC Tour Guide in hand. Armchair tourism might work for now, but try to visit in person and spend a few days on campus — eating, sleeping and sightseeing without leaving the neighborhood. 10 80 sights not to be missed 16 Entertaining events 18 Artistic attractions 21 Dramatic dining Catch the old and new, the famous and surprising across four campuses. Opera, plays, concerts, recitals, fashion shows and parades booked year-round. by Deborah Rieselman by D. Rieselman by D. Rieselman Art adorns, inspires and intrigues in galleries, on lawns and where least expected. Award-winning restaurants offer themed buffets, global cuisine and wine tastings. Development along Calhoun, McMillan and Short Vine reflect UC’s vibrancy. by D. Rieselman 22 News from nearby neighborhoods 24 Campus maps 26 First-rate fitness/recreation by D. Rieselman UC Recreation Center ranked among the nation’s No. 1 campus facilities. by D. Rieselman 28 Kingsgate Conference Center 30 Mini-museums for musing 33 5 things you can’t see Alumni discount good for eight floors of rooms, with hand-raised honey, herbs on the side. Artifacts include a 1900 laboratory, antique apothecary jars, 13-by-7-foot map from 1749. by D. Rieselman by D. Rieselman by John Bach Echo Point’s marvels, Jimmy Nippert’s grave, Mick & Mack’s roar, Wilson Hall, TUC’s bells. Bearcats Sports 34 Cheer on Bearcats: Visit trophy case and nine campus sports 36 Sports museum: Top 10 moments in Bearcats history by John Bach by John Bach Departments 2 4 5 40 44 46 48 Letters: Farewell Wilson, hello heroes President Ono: ‘This I Believe’ News: Olympic sled, Armstrong memorial, new app Alumni Connections: New director, alumni awards Alumni Index: Guide to 81 alumni in this issue Foundation: Kautz Alumni Masters Forum On Campus Yesterday: Fashion show from early ’70s

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