My name is Allison Kiehl and I am a student journalist at the University of Cincinnati. I currently serve as the News Director for The News Record. Previously, I worked at Cincinnati Magazine as an Editorial intern and at The News Record as a News Reporter.
My Latest Work
Siddall Hall renovation to cost $85 million
The dormitory was previously allocated $6.5 million for the preconstruction design process in August 2021. With the additional funds dedicated to the building's construction, the project hit its guaranteed maximum price tag.
Patrick Kowalski, vice president of finance at UC, says that market inflation and the high costs of subcontracted
Board of Trustees allows classified research initiatives
To allow for these types of projects, the board unanimously voted to modify UC's rules preventing this kind of research since their conception in 2005. This initiative was presented by trustee Ron Brown and the Governance and Internal Affairs C
'Power in Community': Remembering Cayden Turner, the UC student killed in yesterday’s hit-and-run
The students, Turner and Namiya Russell, were struck by a speeding car at roughly 3:45 p.m. Wednesday at the 2900 block of Jefferson Ave., near the 86, leaving Turner dead and Russell injured, according to the Cincinnati Police D
'A place to come together': UC unveils Digital Futures building
The new 180,000-square-foot building, located off Martin Luther King Avenue, is UC's newest addition to what Patrick Limbach, vice president of research at UC, calls the "new Avondale Innovation Campus."
True to its name, the Digital Futures building will house over 15 advanced-tech labs, approximately 20 classrooms, and meeting, ev
'We are making big moves': UC College of Law officially opens
The new 116,635-square-foot facility was built onto the existing Lindner Hall to house the College of Law, as well as some undergraduate classes.
The building, now seven stories, includes 23 classrooms, dedicated student study spaces, seven flexible-seating seminar rooms and an auditorium that can serve as an appellate courtroo
'Big 12 Country': UC hosts Big 12 commissioner and officials
UC was just one stop on this tour, where Yormark – who was recently appointed as the fifth commissioner of the Big 12 in late June – and conference officials are visiting each Big 12 school to meet head coaches and athletic departments, according to Zach Stipe, UC's associate athletic director of communica
UC overbooks on-campus housing, offers moving incentives
The university messaged students for the first time in early June and continued to message them over emails and text messages about the incentive programs.
“To help accommodate our largest residential community to date, university housing is offering a limited time in