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  • Kosinski, Marly (1994-12-02)
    Dr. Thomas Gay announces his retirement after teaching English at YSU for 38 years. Holding degrees in both English and psychology, Gay always used a psychological approach in analyzing literature. One of his greatest ...
  • Unknown author (1986-01-10)
    The death of Dr. Carol Gay, professor of English at YSU, was announced. She died on December 18, 1985, after a prolonged battle with cancer. She taught at YSU since 1957 and is noted for being the co-founder, with her ...
  • Balale, Michael J. (2004-04-15)
    Governor Bob Taft has appointed Don Cagigas and Scott Schulick to the YSU Board of Trustees. Cagigas will finish the term of F.W. Knecht who died in January of 2004. Schulick replaces Joseph S. Nohra whose term expires in ...
  • Wilthew, Melissa (1986-10-31)
    Ohio Governor Richard F. Celeste presented YSU with a check for $283,000 establishing the Ohio Department of Education's Edison Office of Entrepreneurship (EOE).
  • Unknown author (1982-05-11)
    Emily Mackall, chair of the Economics Department, was appointed to the YSU Board of Trustees by Ohio Governor James Rhodes. She was the third woman to serve on the board and the first resident of Columbiana County to be so named.
  • Vagas, Andrea (1992-12-04)
    Acting provost and dean of the YSU Graduate School, Dr. Sally Hotchkiss, announces her retirement after 25 years of service.
  • Gay, Pamela (1986-10-31)
    A groundbreaking ceremony begins the conversion of the Pollock House into the Wick-Pollock Inn. Completion of the 80-room, $4.4 million project is scheduled for late summer 1987.
  • Unknown author (2002-05-23)
    A photograph of Dr. David Sweet and Mayor George McKelvey at the groundbreaking ceremony on Wick Oval where a new student apartment complex will be built.
  • Unknown author (1989-12-01)
    Ground was broken at the site for the first student residence hall to be built at YSU since 1967. The $6 million facility is slated to open in 1990.
  • Unknown author (1973-05-15)
    Groundbreaking ceremonies were held for construction of the new $6.3 million fine arts center to be named Bliss Hall.
  • Smith, Amanda (2001-04-26)
    Governor Bob Taft will hold a regional cabinet meeting on campus. Various government agencies will host breakout sessions later in the day.
  • Macala, Brian J. (1987-05-19)
    After two years as YSU baseball coach, Greg Gulas steps down. His record was 26-61-1.
  • Wilcox, Bob (1972-11-21)
    Longtime head football coach Dwight "Dike" Beede announced his retirement from YSU.
  • Unknown author (1975-07-22)
    Hardees Food Systems was awarded the contract for the Kilcawley Center snack bar succeeding Servomation.
  • Harker, Sue (1974-08-22)
    Dr. George Jones, head librarian at YSU since 1957, announced his plans to retire effective November 1974. Under Jones' direction, the number of books in the library increased from 68,000 to 340,000, with an increase in ...
  • Unknown author (1977-01-12)
    Blizzard-like conditions forced the closing of YSU for two days. Main roads in the YSU area were snow covered and hazardous. The last time YSU closed because of inclement weather was during the winter of 1974/75 when the ...
  • King, Kasey (1995-07-26)
    Phil Hirsch has been promoted to executive director of Administrative Services by President Leslie Cochran. In his new capacity, Hirsch will be responsible for the University's physical and support facilities.
  • Unknown author (1973-07-06)
    Philip Hirsch was named Director of Kilcawley Center. He was a former director for Student Affairs at New York University's Loeb Student Center.
  • Unknown author (1984-10-05)
    "Lewis and Clark among the Indians," written by Dr. James P Ronda of the YSU History Department, was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. The book represents the first and only full-scale study of the official and personal ...
  • Unknown author (1964-04-24)
    The editors of "The Horizon," the creative arts magazine published by the students of Youngstown University, changed the journal's title to the "Penguin Review." This was done to promote broader appeal within the university ...

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