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  • Unknown author (1972-06-02)
    The YSU chapter of the Ohio Education Association (OEA) defeated the campus chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) in a referendum called to determine which organization would represent the YSU ...
  • Unknown author (1945-10-12)
    Due to increased enrollment, many additions were made to the Youngstown College faculty. Other members of the teaching staff who served with the military during the Second World War returned to their campus duties.
  • Houston, Alicia (2002-11-14)
    YSU faculty garnered over $4 million in grants. This is a 17% increase from last year.
  • Unknown author (1968-01-19)
    A minor in journalism was authorized by the Faculty Senate. It would serve as an expansion of the English Department's existing journalism workshop courses.
  • Rodgers, Bill (2005-08-29)
    YSU-OEA, the faculty union, voted to accept a contract the day before the scheduled beginning of fall semester. As of press time, ACE was still without an agreement.
  • Unknown author (1942-03-25)
    Three members of the Youngstown College staff were hospitalized within a one month period. Calvin Pickard, YoCo business manager, was admitted to Northside Hospital with appendicitis. J. B. Williams, a business school ...
  • Serroka, Kristen (2002-06-27)
    Dr. G.L. Mears, Executive Vice President, is retiring after 22 years at YSU.
  • Unknown author (1963-03-15)
    The Library, Science, and Main buildings were designated as fallout shelters by local civil defense authorities. Each building was stockpiled with survival rations to sustain life in the event of nuclear attack.
  • Unknown author (1965-10-08)
    Father William J. Kennedy, YU's Roman Catholic chaplain and advisor to the Newman Club, was transferred to a parish in Aurora, Ohio. The Diocese named Father Anthony M. Esposito as Father Kennedy's replacement. Father ...
  • Unknown author (1965-05-14)
    Youngstown University received a $564,963 federal grant for the construction of a new five-story science building as part of the $25 million expansion program. The money presented to YU was to cover one-third of the new ...
  • Unknown author (1963-10-25)
    Fifteen YU students signed up to participate in a statewide marathon run promoting support for Bond Issue No. One. Ten Ohio colleges and universities, including YU, stood to benefit from the bill's passage and runners ...
  • Unknown author (1974-11-22)
    Despite a recommendation from the American Civil Liberties Union to the contrary, the files taken from the YSU security office, composing the so-called "enemies list," were destroyed by the University.
  • Unknown author (1938-01-26)
    Byron T. Mottinger, an automotive, electrical, and civil engineer, was added to the Youngstown College faculty.
  • Moschella, Melissa (2003-03-08)
    Dr. Michael Finney, associate professor of English is the new president of the faculty union, YSU-OEA. Finney's primary goal is to improve the relationship between the union and the YSU administration.
  • FIRE 
    Unknown author (1978-09-26)
    Photographic story of a fire that swept through Rayen Hall. The blaze was caused when a contractor's torch accidentally ignited a bird's nest at the top of the building.
  • Kertis, Nancy (The Jambar, 1990-01-05)
    The Pit restaurant caught fire and burned. Known for its barbecued wings and ribs, the establishment existed at its Fifth Avenue location since 1979. In the wake of the blaze, YSU began the process of purchasing the land.
  • Unknown author (1980-11-25)
    A fire erupted at 738 Bryson Street next door to the Theta Chi fraternity house. Damages were estimated at $25,000.
  • George, Rick (The Jambar, 1990-01-12)
    A gas leak caused a major fire at the corner of Lincoln and Wick Avenues. It was sparked as underground cable work was being conducted by the Ohio Highway Department. No injuries were reported, but three East Ohio Gas ...
  • Unknown author (1971-07-22)
    Dr. Bhagwati P.K. Poddar (erroneously listed as "B.K. Bhagwati Poddar), assistant professor of sociology, taught the first free university class ever to be offered at YSU. The class was called "The New Sociology" and was ...
  • Denney, George (1980-04-22)
    Five YSU students were injured in two separate explosions in the Engineering & Science Building basement. All were treated and released from the hospital. The first explosion occurred while two students were working with ...

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