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Browsing News Releases by Subject "Facilities"

Browsing News Releases by Subject "Facilities"

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  • Unknown author (2004-01-12)
    The Geography Department at Youngstown State University has moved from Cushwa Hall to the ground floor of the Phelps building.
  • Unknown author (2003-12-19)
    The Kresge Foundation's award to YSU will support the capital campaign for the student recreation and wellness center. The $600,000 challenge grant will be awarded when YSU raises another $1.2 million.
  • Unknown author (2003-08-14)
    YSU officials announced today the opening of the University Courtyard Apartments. The $22 million, 130 unit apartment complex will help the regrowth of the Smokey Hollow neighborhood of Youngstown and boost the university's ...
  • Unknown author (2003-09-16)
    Bob and Marilyn O'Leary have donated $100,000 to the fundraising campaign to build the student recreation center on campus.
  • Unknown author (2003-07-11)
    Jim and Ellen Tressel and Frank and Norma Watson gave a joint donation of $250,000 to the student recreation and wellness center fund. Both couples have a long and significant relationship with YSU.
  • Unknown author (2004-08-16)
    Weller House residence hall reopened for the 2004-2005 school year after a $40,000 renovation.
  • Unknown author (2004-02-02)
    A $220,000 project makeover updates WYSU-FM. The station switched fron analog to digital broadcasting.
  • Unknown author (2003-07-01)
    John and Denise York donated $1.5 million dollars to the fund for the student recreation and wellness center. The center will be built only with private funds.
  • Unknown author (2004-07-01)
    A gift of $100,000 from YSU's Alumni Society surpasses the fund raising goal for construction of the Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center.
  • Unknown author (2004-04-19)
    Ground was broken for the 65,000-square-foot Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center. The facility will be the first recreation center at a public university built entirely with private funds.
  • Unknown author (2005-06-06)
    Two parking lots will be renovated to make an impressive campus gateway.
  • Unknown author (2004-01-21)
    Maag Library is the first test site for a campus-wide wireless network system. The flexibility of the wireless system will enable students to work outside the confines of traditional computer labs.
  • Unknown author (2011-01-31)
    The Ward Beecher Planetarium's renovation is made possible by a $750,000 grant from the Ward Beecher and the Florence Simon Beecher Foundations. This is the first renovation since 1986.
  • Unknown author (2004-03-03)
    Gifts from long-time supporters of YSU have donated a combined total of $675,000 toward the campaign for a new student recreation center.
  • Unknown author (2005-07-29)
    The restoration of the "Old Stone Bridge" will allow the YSU community to take a look back at the university's past and rediscover this landmark during the upcoming centennial celebration.

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