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The Jambar : February 14, 2019

Show simple item record 2019-02-14T21:07:09Z 2019-09-04T00:04:46Z 2019-02-14T21:07:09Z 2019-09-04T00:04:46Z 2019-02-14
dc.description 16 p. en_US
dc.description.abstract The Butler Institute of American Art celebrates 100 years. The Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center offered a Stress Free Week from Feb. 4-8. During the 35 day partial government shutdown, YSU was spared from any major hardships involving lack of access to federal funding for students and staff. A history of Pollock house is given. The use of salt on roads for winter is discussed. Tammy Kemble, a nontraditional student, is interviewed. Jambar wins best news coverage at the Ohio News Media Association Convention. Michael Stahl, camera operator for ESPN, CBS, FOX and NBC networks, talked with YSU students about his experiences. Mia Colon, a triple threat entertainer expecting to get her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre, is interviewed. Brianna Gleghorn describes her pilgrimage through Israel. A Silent Rave was hosted by Kilcawley's Housing and Residence Life February 8. Following a winless start, YSU's softball team is looking forward to a week off. New coach, Doug Kuberski, brings life to the YSU bowling team. YSU football team adds plenty of local talent on signing day. Chad Zallow takes third in the prestigious Millrose Games. YSU baseball season begins. YSU Track and Field competed at Kent State. YSU women's basketball guard, McKenah Peters, is featured. en_US
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dc.title The Jambar : February 14, 2019 en_US
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