By: Pat Brennan
Former University of Cincinnati associate head coach Kerry Coombs will join the Ohio State football coaching staff, a source tells The Lantern.
Coombs will fill the role of defensive backs coach for the Buckeyes, a position vacated by Bill Sheridan, …
The Nov. 8th elections will not only determine the city, village and state-wide issues, but also the men and women who compose Cincinnati City Council.
By: Lance Lambert | Senior ReporterCollective bargaining rights for Ohio’s public employees in danger
A Nov. 8 ballot battle in Ohio pits the Republican’s Senate Bill 5 (SB 5) against public workers’ union rights.
UC leads Big East after 26-23 win in Pittsburgh
PITTSBURGH and – The University of Cincinnati Bearcats inched closer to their third Big East title in four years by knocking off the Pittsburgh Panthers 26-23 at Heinz Field Saturday ni…
Folk-infused Christmas album kicks off holiday season
It’s officially 47 days until Christmas.
Volleyball sends Golden Eagles, Orange packing
For the fourth-consecutive year, the Bearcats’ volleyball team will finish the season with a perfect record against Big East opponents at Fifth Third Arena….
New band bears harmonious folk
The Apricots eat like a healthy, functional family.
Looking ahead, week nine is not very enticing to many until about 8 p.m. Sunday, but let’s try to have some fun with these games….
The University of Cincinnati men’s basketball team pulled away in the second half of its first exhibition game Tuesday night, pummeling McGill University 75-41 at Fifth
Cats’ home-winning streak on the line
With the nation’s longest home-winning streak on the line, the
Following last season’s 28-10 drubbing, the Bearcats will look for vengeance in the Steel City against Pittsburgh Saturday in the River City Rivalry….
By: Lance Lambert | Senior Reporter
A $15.5 million deficit must be handled before the dean of the University of Cincinnati’s College of Medicine (COM) can implement his vision for the college’s future.