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FEB 04, 2016 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Glass expert digs into secrets of historic Venetian process

The craftsmen of Murano, an island near Venice, didn't have such technology, yet they still turned out museum-worthy pieces known for their artistry and beauty, using techniques that remained exclusive for centuries. Through years of researching Venetian glass collections at American and European museums and comparing the artifacts with more contemporary glasswork from Venice, plus his own experimentation and many ...

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FEB 01, 2016 - San Francisco Chronicle

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5 finalists for New Mexico Tech presidency visiting campus

Other finalists are University of Toledo engineering Dean Nagi, Naganathan, University of Texas-El Paso former engineering Dean Richard T. Schoephoerster and Ronald L. Elsenbaumer, a senior advisor to the president of the Economic Development at the University of Texas at Arlington.

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JAN 26, 2016 - MSNBC

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Frat Accused Of Racial Assault

A University of Toledo fraternity is under investigation after a student alleges he was the victim of a racially-charged assault over the weekend. WNW

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JAN 25, 2016 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Contractor working to put Jeeps back on battlefield

The Blade reports (http://bit.ly/1RT3OjE ) the U.S. Army is seeking an inexpensive, lightweight, unarmored vehicle that could be flown to remote locations. Jeep's origins in Toledo go back to 1941 when Willys-Overland Motors began mass production of the olive-drab vehicle for the military during World War II.

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JAN 24, 2016 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Library systems amassing assortment of donated artifacts

Paintings, books and artifacts, all donated to the library by residents, line the walls of an adjacent room. Bruce Campbell, a retired professor at the University of Toledo Law School, called to tell Needham that he had items collected as a teen from his late grandmother's house on Liberty Street. Campbell helped preserve the family Bible and a pastel portrait ...

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