November 18, 2014
A new campaign at the University of Toledo Medical Center has been started to help reduce patient infection rates; find out what doctors and nurses are doing. A UT sorority served up nachos to raise money for victims of domestic abuse while students in a business course were raising money for families of cancer patients. UT's chapters of the National Society of Black Engineers and the Student African American Brotherhood host a spaghetti dinner. Chris Dyer checks out a new full-dome holiday show at the Ritter Planetarium. Plus, David Duffey has Rocket Sports; a recap of the women's volleyball team's final match of the season against Buffalo and highlights of the men's basketball team's regular season home opener agains Northern Arizona University. Plus a preview of the Rocket football team's do-or-die matchup against Bowling Green in the Battle of I-75 tomorrow.
For more information about programs at the Ritter Planetarium & Brooks Observatory, click here.