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  • Unknown author (1933-11-13)
    Professor John Winchell Bare was responsible for the installation of the Psi Gamma Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, an honorary professional English fraternity.
  • Denney, George (1983-09-23)
    The YSU Board of Trustees agreed to permit the Northern Ohio Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association (NOPBA) to act as the YSU police’s collective bargaining agent. This came after a law suit filed by NOPBA and 14 YSU police ...
  • Unknown author (1976-02-27)
    Dr. George Beelen of the History Department) announced his candidacy for Congress. An Austintown Township trustee, Beelen came out against the incumbent congressman Charles J. Carney.
  • Unknown author (1973-04-20)
    The YSU Board of Trustees approved a motion that would permit the university to secure a D-1 license to permit the sale and consumption of 3.2 beer at the Kilcawley Student Center.
  • Unknown author (2004-07-01)
    Dr. William H. Beisel is the new executive director of YSU's Metro College. Beisel's last position was with the University of Akron.
  • Poe, Christina (2004-10-28)
    The YSU Board of Trustees will meet tonight for a final vote on a proposal extending health care benefits to same-sex domestic partners of YSU employees. The proposal has already been approved by the Board's Internal ...
  • Wrobel, Stan (1964-10-09)
    The Beta Lambda chapter of Beta Sigma Omicron sorority merged with Zeta Tau Alpha sorority. The local chapter was designated Zeta Gamma.
  • Unknown author (1942-05-20)
    Youngstown College announced the appointment of Betty Gleason as assistant librarian. Gleason was also to work in the college business manager's office and the bookstore.
  • Simballa, Steve (1987-11-17)
    The U.S. Constitution and the Ordinance of 1787 (Northwest Ordinance) were the featured topics of a faculty forum held in DeBartolo Hall.
  • McKelvey, Jim (1946-10-25)
    The Biology Department commemorated its tenth year at Youngstown College. Chaired by Dr. Clair Worley, the department offered seventeen courses to YoCo students. At the time, 146 YoCo undergraduates were majoring in some ...
  • Unknown author (1972-09-29)
    The establishment of a Black Studies program at YSU was announced by the administration. Alfred L. Bright was selected as program director.
  • Unknown author (1980-02-05)
    A blaze resulting from overheated grease on a hot plate gutted the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house at 850 Pennsylvania Avenue. All ten inhabitants of the building escaped without injury. Damages were estimated to stand ...
  • Leone, Dan (1983-01-21)
    A fire broke out in the Bliss Hall sculpture room when a spark from a grinding machine ignited a straw project. Six units from the Youngstown Fire Department responded. Most of the damage was caused by smoke.
  • Owens, Ashley (2002-07-11)
    $3.3 million dollars will be spent to expand Bliss Hall. Increased enrollment and additional accreditation requirements within the art department made the renovation necessary.
  • Balestra, Katie (2001-04-26)
    The Ohio Board of Regents has approved two new programs at YSU. A degree in journalism and a nurse anesthetist track will be added to the curriculum.
  • Unknown author (1933-10-20)
    Youngstown College was placed on the list of approved colleges for teachers' training by the Ohio Department of Education. The new Youngstown College education department came under the direction of Dr. George M. Wilcox.
  • Unknown author (1985-01-04)
    The YSU Board of Trustees met on December 14, 1985. During the course of that meeting, the Board directed President Neil Humphrey to offer Pollock House to private persons or corporations on the basis of a long-term lease ...
  • Unknown author (1973-08-02)
    The Ohio Board of Regents approved an Individualized Curriculum Program (ICP) at YSU. The ICP would enable students whose needs are not completely met by conventional programs to design their own course of study.
  • Rodgers, Bill (2005-09-22)
    Youngstown State University's board of trustees will vote on a ten year contract with Johnson Controls Incorporated to improve campus facilities. The company promises at least $15 million in energy cost savings.
  • Tabak, Elizabeth (2004-10-19)
    Dr. Robert Bolla, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, announced his registration. Bolla has accepted another position at Bradley University.

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