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  • Unknown author (1961-09-15)
    Mrs. Clyde A. (Edith) Painter of Boise, Idaho was appointed dean of women at Youngstown University. Painter replaced Olive McCarty.
  • McMullin, Karen (1983-10-04)
    For the second time in its 34-year history, a woman was selected to command the YSU Army ROTC Cadet Corps. Cadet Lt. Col. Jacqueline Pennell was chosen due to her outstanding performance in the classroom and in military ...
  • Unknown author (1972-07-20)
    The late Dr. Robert R. Hare, professor of English and journalism, is eulogized.
  • Wilthew, Melissa (1984-10-30)
    The women's studies program was approved by a preliminary advising committee. A tentative schedule of courses to make up a minor was also said to be under consideration.
  • Filicky, Jimmy (1999-08-12)
    The Wick-Pollock Inn has been closed by its operators. The university will try to find new businesses interested in running the inn and restaurant.
  • Unknown author (1975-04-22)
    A new method for assay of insulin antibodies of blood using radioisotopes, especially for insulin-treated diabetic patients, was developed by scientists from YSU and the Youngstown Hospital Association. Those involved were ...
  • Unknown author (1994-07-28)
    YSU provost James Scanlon named two interim deans, one for the William Rayen College of Engineering & Technology and the other for the Williamson College of Business Administration. Dr. Frank Tarantine was chosen to head ...
  • Niser, Somoud (2000-11-14)
    A two-day celebration of international cultures will be held at YSU. Sponsored by the Center for International Studies, the event is designed to be both educational and fun.
  • Unknown author (1963-11-26)
    The University joined the rest of the nation in mourning President John F. Kennedy who was assassinated in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963.
  • Unknown author (1945-05-07)
    As World War II in Europe ended, "The Jambar" announced that the school colors for Youngstown College would be changed from red and gold to red and white. The major reason was the difficulty in reproducing the color gold in print.
  • George, Rick (The Jambar, 1991-05-21)
    After a three-year wait, YSU has been admitted to the Mid-Continent Conference after an 8-0 vote by its League of Delegates.
  • Banner, Valerie (2000-09-26)
    The Reverand Jesse Jackson, Jr. spoke to an enthusiastic audience in Kilcawley Center. Jackson encouraged everyone to exercise the right to vote.
  • Unknown author (2018-03-15)
    At least 100 students walked out of their classrooms to gather around the campus rock by Kilcawley Center to protest gun violence. Republic Pizzeria e Pub sells a hybrid of Italian and New York-style pizza by the slice ...
  • Unknown author (1966-10-07)
    President Emeritus Howard Jones was profiled. Plans for the 1967 edition of the Neon yearbook were announced. Alpha Omicron Pi sorority held a bake sale and raised $90 for the YU Library. Phil Snyder was named YU’s new ...
  • Unknown author (2003)
  • Unknown author (1970-04-07)
  • Unknown author (2003)
    Missing edition
  • Unknown author (1989-01-13)
    [issue from 1-20-89]
  • Unknown author (2002)
  • Unknown author (2003)
    Missing edition

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