The Jambar : January 17, 2019


The Jambar : January 17, 2019

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dc.description.abstract Chris Yannon, a 2018 graduate from Youngstown State University and a vocalist, guitarist and bassist, recently released an EP self-titled “Paul vs. Mark” alongside his friend Billy Liber. Rosalyn Blystone’s directorial debut, “Sea Horse,” written by Edward J. Moore, took over the stage at the Hopewell Theatre on Jan. 11, 12 and 13. YSU will offer a study abroad program centered around the Holocaust and human rights in Central Europe with stops to Czech Republic, Germany and Poland.Youngstown State University students welcome the spring semester with new year’s resolutions to improve their mental and physical health. Culturehouse Coffee is featured. Mollie Hartup, communications coordinator and editor-in-chief of the YSU Magazine, is interviewed. Multiple adjunct faculty members are interviewed. A brass quartet of YSU students and alumni played traditional Hebrew music to peacefully counter protest a pro-gun rally in Pittsburgh to honor the Tree of Life Synagogue victims. The YSU women's basketball team is looking to rebound with a long five-game homestand. The swimming and diving team begins the final push before the conference championship tournament. The men's basketball team looks for home success after success on the road. en_US
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