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  • Unknown author (1951-05-25)
    Dr. E. B. Smith, professor of history at Youngstown College, was one of a small group of professors and outstanding graduate students who were selected by the U.S. State Department to receive special instruction through a ...
  • Unknown author (1967-02-24)
    Youngstown University announced that it would provide $771,460 to 1,712 students through its financial aid program in 1967.
  • Ferguson Tinsley, Monessa; Mitchell, Kim; Durban, Rochelle; Ujhelyi, Stephanie (1996-01-30)
    The YSU community mourns the death of varsity football player Jermaine Hopkins, the second university student murdered in a two-week period. Timothy Slocum and Eric Moore, both of Youngstown, were charged with the killing ...
  • Mitchell, Kim (1996-01-09)
    "Inner Circles," a sculpture by David Black, has been installed in front of the Engineering Sciences Building. The piece was obtained through the Percent for Art Prgram, whereby one percent of funds used to build new ...
  • Unknown author (1960-01-08)
    A $300,000 gift was presented to YU from the W. H. Kilcawley Charitable Trust toward the construction of a new student union building. The check was presented on behalf of the trust by Mrs. W. H. Kilcawley and her daughter, ...
  • Unknown author (1963-04-19)
    As the Ohio General Assembly sought to pass legislation to aid colleges and universities within the Buckeye State, State Representatives Thomas J. Barrett and George G. Tablack proposed an outright grant of $800,000 to ...
  • Unknown author (1957-09-27)
    Through a grant provided by the Ohio Division of Mental Hygiene, the Youngstown University Theatre set up a special repertory company known as family plays. The short plays are part of an adult education program on human behavior.
  • Unknown author (1980-02-26)
    The death of Dr. Earl E. Edgar, vice president for academic services, was announced. Edgar, who died of a coronary at North Side Hospital, joined the YSU staff in 1967. In 1968, he was appointed the first head of the ...
  • Unknown author (2002-12-03)
    YSU will play a strong role in the Youngstown 2010 project. The urban renewal initiative involves neighborhoods adjacent to the campus.
  • Unknown author (1957-04-12)
    Youngstown University was designated to receive a grant of more than $75,000 from the U.S. Steel Foundation. The University applied the first installment toward the construction of a new science building.
  • Smith, Amanda (2000-10-05)
    Presidential candidate Al Gore made a brief stop at YSU before attending a large rally in Warren. Gore and his wife spoke with a small group of students.
  • Murphy, Jack (1966-11-04)
    Dr. Albert L. Pugsley, Youngstown University's second president, was profiled on the eve of his inauguration.
  • Gerchak, Molly (1977-03-29)
    The retirement of Joseph S. Rook, vice president of financial affairs at YSU, was announced.
  • Unknown author (1947-05-09)
    William H. Miller was appointed dean of the Dana School of Music. Nellie G. Dehnbostel continued to serve as assistant dean.
  • Tremayne, Jessica (1999-05-13)
    John Robic was awarded a four-year contract to serve as YSU's men's basketball coach; he replaces Dan Peters.
  • Knight, Tracie (1997-10-14)
    The Penguin Walk of Pride was dedicated during homecoming festivities. It is a brick walkway laid in front of YSU's Stambaugh Stadium; each brick contains the name of a donor or personalized messages.
  • Unknown author (1968-01-26)
    Dean Michael J. Charignon of the Engineering School announced the creation of a fund to have a mural painted on the main wall in the lobby of the Engineering Sciences Building.
  • Altman, Neil (1967-03-10)
    The new science facilities at Ward Beecher Science Building were highlighted including the 126-seat planetarium.
  • Unknown author (1960-10-21)
    For the eleventh season, WBBW will broadcast the university's student radio show.
  • Unknown author (1960-10-07)
    Looking to change its format in order to compete with rock and roll oriented stations, radio station WBBW announced the cancellation of the YU Quarter Hour. The program was established by student council in 1949 to provide ...

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