The Jambar : December 06, 2018


The Jambar : December 06, 2018

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dc.description.abstract Chaos erupted on the YSU campus when a call came into the YSU Police Department regarding and altercation that allegedly resulted in a suspect pulling a gun. Due to the nature of the claim, YSUPD took precautions and placed the entire campus on lockdown. YSU Police Chief Shawn Varso said during a press briefing after the lockdown Monday that there is currently an active investigation and that there is no physical evidence of a firearm. Amid the lockdown, campus safety and preparation are rising concerns. Jambar interviews YSU's women's rugby coach and heavy metal band member for "This is a Lifetime", Jeff Horton. YSU introduces a new sushi restaurant on campus, Hissho Sushi. Coffee shop, Joe Maxx Coffee Co., in downtown Youngstown is featured. How students give back to their communities during the holidays is featured. A history of flying courses at YSU is included. A collaboration between the ballet Western Reserve and the Dana School of Music's jazz program will bring "The Nutcracker" to Youngstown. YSU's Department of Theatre and Dance took on the emotional production of "How I Learned to Drive" by Paula Vogel. Spoonbeams: A Student Experimentation gets the audience to think about what they are hearing. The YSU football team placed three players on the Missouri Valley Football Conference 2018 All-Newcomer Team, nine players on All-MVFC teams and two on All-MVFC academic team. The women's basketball team is looking for continued success in their season. The YSU men's basketball team hopes to rebound for the season. en_US
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