The Jambar : April 13, 2017

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The Jambar : April 13, 2017

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Title: The Jambar : April 13, 2017
Abstract: Candidates who hope to become the next police chief of YSU's Police Department spoke to Youngstown citizens and the YSU campus community at Tod Hall from April 4-6. The sixth annual Endure for the Cure event will be held at YSU's Stambaugh Stadium on April 22. YSU and the University of Akron created a partnership that enables students to complete law school in six years rather than seven. Jeff Steward, coordinator of the Immigrant Worker Project, spoke about how the IWP advocates for workplace rights of immigrants. Part 3 of 4 on student athletes is given. Barb Ewing was appointed as the next CEO of the Youngstown Business Incubator. YSU plans to update its internet security and Wi-Fi this summer. The gun laws at YSU are discussed. DNA Studios LLC, a Warren based tattoo shop and art gallery, opened close to campus. YSU's chapter of the American Chemical Society performed experiments for children in the Success After Six program. A Q&A is given with artist Carrie Longley. The Butler Art Museum presented Slow Art Day on April 8. YSU's 24th annual Flute Festive will feature Marianne Gedigan. YSU's men's soccer team is gearing up for fall. Indiya Benjamin received the Coach Ed DiGregorio Most Valuable Player award during the post season awards banquet. Article features Kendrick Perry, a former YSU basketball player now playing internationally with the Sydney Kings of Australia.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1989/12139
Date: 2017-04-13

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