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The Jambar : November 01, 2005

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dc.identifier.citation Vol. 88 No. 27 en_US
dc.description.abstract Discharged lead particles from a recently installed exhaust fan in Beeghly Center could potentially harm campus employees and the children attending a day care facility just 30 feet away. YSU graduate and independent Youngstown mayoral candidate Jay Williams spoke about the unique challenges of being a black leader in Youngstown in a discussion sponsored by the YSU Africana Studies Program. Son of civil rights leader, Martin Luther King Jr., gathered with Valley leaders hoping to advise attendees to work together to create a new vision with a positive image for Youngstown's future. YSU football player, Anthony Norman, awaits his hear for the shooting death of Christopher Harris of Akron. Former YSU professor discourages false concepts of humanoids in the ice age during his presentation, "Strangers in a Strange Land : Some Biased Thoughts on the Peopling of the New World." Jambar sports features an article on Emily Schnitkey of the YSU cross country team. en_US
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dc.title The Jambar : November 01, 2005 en_US
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