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The Jambar : March 07, 2019

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dc.description 16 p. en_US
dc.description.abstract The Rust City Church is featured. A memorial is dedicated to Barbara Krauss who hosted the Morning Edition and Weekday Morning Classical Music for WYSU-FM 88.5 radio for three decades. YSU students and faculty can learn tips and tricks for managing social media in a new Social Media Brown Bag series. The digital humanities organization at YSU aims to assist students with their own innovative ideas. Michael Wilson, a 19 year veteran deputy sheriff for the Mahoning County Sheriff's Office, is an internationally known cosplayer. A history of political parties on campus is looked at. Tips are given about finding student work on campus. The Butler Institute of American Art presented work by Alfred Leslie with technology and art. Karen Schubert read poems from her new book "Dear Youngstown." Opportunities to travel aboard are given. YSU adds men's swimming and diving and women's lacrosse in 2020. YSU students Chad Zallow and Jaliyah Elliott qualified for the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships in Birmingham, Alabama. Softball hopes to improve on their road trip. The men's and women's basketball season is looked. en_US
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dc.title The Jambar : March 07, 2019 en_US
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