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  • Unknown author (1976-05-04)
    The YSU Board of Trustees changed the name of the Technical and Community College to the College of Applied Science and Technology as of July 1, 1976.
  • Lippa, Virginia Ann (1975-08-06)
    Due to a labor dispute, the new Technical and Community College building did not open in the fall of 1975 as planned. Classes were rescheduled to take place in other campus buildings.
  • Unknown author (1973-10-26)
    YSU experienced a 3.8% decline in overall enrollment, representing a decrease of 530 students. The School of Business experienced the greatest decline of all; however, the Technical & Community College led all schools for ...
  • Unknown author (1946-10-11)
    William H. Taft was appointed faculty advisor to The Jambar. He taught journalism, principles of business, and advertising at Youngstown College.
  • Unknown author (2004-04-06)
    William J. Bresnahan has been named by Governor Bob Taft to the YSU Board of Trustees. Bresnahan will finish the term of Charles B. Cushwa, III who died in December of 2003.
  • Lisko, B. J. (2001-12-06)
    P. J. Mays has been named the Gateway Conference Offensive Player of the Year. The junior is the first YSU player to receive this award.
  • Unknown author (1964-04-17)
    Plans for the YU-operated Mahoning County Community College were put on hold after the Ohio Board of Regents put a freeze on all capital improvements for state-assisted higher education. This action was taken as a result ...
  • Unknown author (1977-03-04)
    Dr. Taylor Alderman, associate vice president for academic affairs at YSU, was named vice president for personnel effective July 1, 1977.
  • Klein, Miriam; Harrington, Kristine (1989-09-21)
    For the first time in the history of YSU, the faculty union (YSU-OEA) goes on strike. The union's contract with the university expired last June, but the rejection of a fact-finder's report by the administration led to the ...
  • Kolarik, Jo Ann (1984-06-21)
    The YSU Board of Trustees announced that the university's new high-tech building would be named Meshel Hall after State Senator Harry Meshel. The senator's efforts were instrumental in obtaining an allocation of $15 million ...
  • Unknown author (1964-10-30)
    Ten contestants entered the race for the title of Homecoming Queen 1964. Malirat (Molly) Saguansin from Thailand was the first international student ever to complete for a campus queen title in the history of Youngstown ...
  • Unknown author (1950-12-15)
    Tentative plans for the new Youngstown College Library were announced by library director James W. Pirie.
  • George, Rick (1989-06-22)
    The Terrace Room opened for the first time during a summer term. Meanwhile, the Dairy Queen in Kilcawley Center closed for good due to low sales.
  • Abdelrasul, Maysoon (2005-02-24)
    Three new graduate programs will be offered at YSU in the fall of 2005. Master's degrees in American studies, financial economics, and computing and information services will broaden the university's offerings for advanced ...
  • Rodgers, Bill (2005-09-13)
    Youngstown State University received $ 4.1 million in federal funds, the largest amount in university history, to improve campus roads and bolster the materials engineering program. U.S. Representative Tim Ryan presented ...
  • Knapic, Sue (1988-05-17)
    A torch run from the Youngstown YMCA to the campus core began the opening ceremonies of YSU's 80th anniversary celebrations.
  • Unknown author (1976-11-02)
    YSU's official fourteenth day enrollment for fall quarter 1976 was 15,898, the highest in the university's history. This was an increase of 325 students over the previous fall's roster.
  • O'Keefe, Patrick (1995-01-13)
    YSU football coach Jim Tressel was named 1-AA Coach of the Year, 1994 by the NCAA (NOTE: The clipping is misdated "January 1994").
  • Devere, Dave (2003-07-17)
    Former YSU football coach Jim Tressel with his wife Ellen teamed up with Ellen's parents, Frank and Norma Watson, to donate $125,000 for construction of the student recreation center.
  • DeMarco, Breanna (2001-01-18)
    Jim Tressel will announce his resignation from YSU in a press conference later in the day. He has accepted the position of head football coach at Ohio State University.

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