October 28, 2014
Former Rocket Softball coach, Tarrah Beyster, who resigned last year has filed a Title IX complaint against the UT Athletic Department that alleges numerous shortcomings in resources allocated to the softball program; we have the details. After a midterm-week test-run, efforts are underway to extend the operating hours at Carlson Library back to 24-7; hear from Student Government President, Clayton Notestine on what is being done. UT employees are donating money to local charities; find out how the UT Community Charitable Campaign is going. A program started by the Center for International Studies & Programs is set to make bicycle rentals available to international students beginning next spring. A Toledo City Councilman is recognized as the UT College of Communication & the Arts as their distinguished alumnus for 2014; hear his advice to students. The homecoming parade takes to the streets near campus and Darrien McCoy has highlights of the long-running tradition. Plus, Fayth Atkins has Rocket sports; highlights of the swimming & diving team's match against Eastern Michigan, a trip to Scott Park as the softball team wraps up their offseason play with a game against Findlay, and of course a full recap of the Rocket football team's big homecoming game against U-Mass.