Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. A member of the University of Cincinnati's football staff was fired Tuesday. A link has been sent to your friend's email address.
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A Cincinnati school has made a gorilla the new mascot for its football team in an apparent tribute to killed primate Harambe. In other scenes, the gorilla elicits a rapturous response from the crowd during a bout of frenetic dancing. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here.
As baristas noisily steam milk behind the counter, Grace Cunningham and three friends wave hesitantly at me in that awkward, strangers-meeting-in-public kind of way. Cunningham, steely but friendly with pixie cropped hair, wears glasses, a black hoodie, leggings, and carts a backpack adorned with buttons. Her group of four immediately becomes three as one young woman breaks away for her own table. The women are sexual assault survivors—the term they prefer instead of victim —and while the fourth opted not to be interviewed, she came in support of the others.
Antrione Archer, the Cincinnati Bearcats ' director of player welfare and development, has been fired from his post. He is appealing the decision. According to WKRC, Archer, 28, was in a grocery store and exposed his genitals and touched a worker at the store.
One star athlete. Four allegations of sexual offenses. No convictions.
According to court records, police said Archer was in the Fort Mitchell Kroger May 27 and asked a year-old employee for help finding some vitamins. Police said while she was helping him, Archer quote, "pulled his penis from his pants," and also, "placed his exposed penis against her backside. The incident was caught on store surveillance cameras.
Today, Down the Drive is a popular cheer led by the band and cheerleaders. On game days, the band plays its signature cadence as they march down the drive, Corry Boulevard, toward Nippert Stadium. The original author or authors of the UC Band music is open to debate. In fact, UC Magazine heard from several past band members with varying versions of the story after we originally wrote about it.
Laghaoui is accused of shooting a Warren County Sheriff Deputy during a domestic dispute. Authorities say Laghaoui, armed with an AK, also shot at a neighbor who watched him as he raged at the Orchard at Landen apartment complex before leaving the crime scene, prompting a seven-hour manhunt. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of the blog Plunderbund.