University of Cincinnati Magazine April 2011 : Page 1
UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI MAGAZINE UC after hours 12 16 18 20 25 28 34 April 2011 photo/Dottie Stover See the transformational beauty of a campus that never sleeps. Dramatic photographs show how UC functions as a small city with its own police, utility plant, doctors, housing and entertainment. Night-time academics Evening classes, 24/7 research and late-night student projects are some of the activities that keep the lights on. CCM’s 1,000 performances Nearly 70,000 people a year come to Ohio’s largest single source of performing arts events. Regional campuses reach out Community service, children’s theater and noncredit adult classes spread the university across the Greater Cincinnati area. Medical campus always on call TUC comes alive after dark Action all around Uptown Creating a safer campus Students, researchers and clinicians have to study, discover and provide medical care at all hours of the day, seven days a week. In the heart of the Uptown Campus, Tangeman University Center offers music, movies, games, wine tastings, social events and occasional all-night study areas. Maintenance crews, residence life, student organizations, recreational sports and Greek life are nearly mandatory for a well-rounded university, and most of those occur after hours. Statistics prove that effective public safety creates a safe campus around the clock. Bearcat Sports 36 Starring at night Perhaps nothing draws more excitement to campus after hours than its sporting events. Departments 2 Letters, Dream Job Update 4 Campus News 10 In Focus: Spotlight on ‘Evita’ 40 Proudly Cincinnati: Study Abroad 47 Index to 39 alumni 48 On Campus Yesterday, 1963 Green option: If you would prefer to receive “UC Magazine” electronically rather than in print, please fill out the form at www.magazine.uc.edu/gogreen.