Thomas More College has announced changes to its athletic staff for the 2015-16 academic year.
Thomas More College President David Armstrong will be honored as the 2015 Distinguished Alumni by his alma mater, Mercyhurst University, in Erie, Pennsylvania.
After capturing the honor in 2014, Sydney Moss, a junior from Thomas More College, was named the 2015 DIII Honda Athlete of the Year nominee for basketball as announced by Executive Director Chris
Northern Kentucky author Rick Robinson’s latest novel, The Advance Man, which spent its first weekend on Amazon’s top seller list in the genre of political thrillers, will be released locally on Ju
Thomas More College will present artwork by local landscape artist Tom Bluemlein in a new exhibit opening June 29. Bluemlein’s art will be on display at the Eva G.
Volunteers of Scarf It Up For Those In Need will be participating in the World Wide Knit in Public Day on Saturday, June 13 from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
It will be staying in the county but GreenSky will be vacating its downtown Covington office in order to grow in Crestview Hills instead.
Thomas More College's Catie Luck (Maineville, Ohio/Little Miami) and Jake Plummer (North Olmsted, Ohio/Hearts of Jesus Christ-Corpus Christi) were honored as part of The Second Annual Presidents' A
Thomas More College junior designated hitter Donovan Pogue (Sharonville, Ohio/St.
Thomas More College had five student-athletes named to the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) Softball All-Conference team by the conference's 10 head coaches, according to a press release sent
Northern Kentucky University’s Dani Devlin and Sydney Ferrante were honored as a part of the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Conference teams, the league office announced earlier today.
The second-seeded Thomas More College softball team won its fifth Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) Championship, defeating top-seeded Bethany College 2-1 today in the championship game of the
Three Thomas More College student-athletes and a head coach were recently honored at the 2015 Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Women’s Sports Association Awards Banquet held at the Cintas Cente
Thomas More College sophomores Tori Liles (Tollesboro, Ky./Lewis County) and Erika LaRosa (CIncinnati, Oh./Seton) were named All-Ohio River Lacrosse Conference (ORLC) by the conference’s head coach
Duke Energy gave $500,000 to Thomas More College and the University of Cincinnati during an announcement on the Covington riverfront.