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  • Melillo, Frank (1991-06-20)
    At an emergency Academic Senate meeting, a resolution was passed which condemned the YSU Board of Trustees for not following its own search criteria in choosing Attorney Paul Dutton as successor to outgoing president Neil ...
  • Unknown author (1966-03-11)
    Ohio Governor James A. Rhodes asked that the Youngstown University Board of Trustees consider plans to transform YU into a state university. The Governor's remarks came during groundbreaking ceremonies for YU's new school ...
  • Unknown author (1968-01-19)
    Rick Miller, director of the YSU Radio Show, and Bill Weimer, past director, informed "The Jambar" that a carrier current radio station could be set up at Youngstown State for under $700.
  • Unknown author (1965-03-19)
    RIL (Religion in Life), the Protestant Christian student group on the YU campus, changed its name to the UCCF (United Campus Christian Fellowship). It was believed that the new appellation would give the group a clearer ...
  • Unknown author (1963-01-11)
    An increase in tuition rates of $2.00 per credit hour effective during the Fall 1963 semester was announced. Youngstown University President Howard Jones cited rising costs in the general upkeep and operation of the ...
  • Unknown author (1972-07-27)
    Dr. Donald W. Robinson announced his resignation from YSU to take up a deanship at Oklahoma State University. Dr. Clyde V. Vanaman was named acting dean of the School of Education.
  • Santillo, Mike (2001-07-19)
    Ron Strollo has been named the executive director of intercollegiate athletics. He replaces Jim Tressel.
  • Unknown author (1967-01-13)
    Joseph S. Rook was appointed business manager of Youngstown University. He succeeded P. C. Pickard who retired after 30 years of service to the institution.
  • Pecchia, Dan; Burge, Bruce (1981-12-04)
    YSU's men's basketball team defeated Gannon University's cagers 65-57, giving Coach Dominic Rosselli his 1,000th career coaching victory.
  • Unknown author (1964-03-06)
    Youngstown University basketball coach Dom Rosselli was named Ohio Basketball Coach of the Year. This was the second time that Rosselli won the honor.
  • Creer, John (1976-02-27)
    YSU basketball coach Dom Rosselli reached a career milestone of 500 coaching victories in a win over Northern Kentucky.
  • Anderson, Ron (1980-04-29)
    During the second game of a double-header against the Akron Zips, YSU's baseball team achieved its 400th victory under head baseball coach Dominic Rosselli.
  • Unknown author (1951-10-22)
    The Youngstown College Army ROTC cadet battalion announced its list of officers for the academic year 1951-52.
  • Unknown author (1951-02-16)
    Enrollment in ROTC at Youngstown College reached 260 at the start of the second semester. This represents a fifty percent increase over the previous semester.
  • Mamula, Mel (1950-12-08)
    The Department of Military Science at Youngstown College was established. Heading up the new Army ROTC detachment was Major Robert Stacy.
  • Unknown author (1952-10-03)
    The Department of the Army announced the promotion of Captain Charles E. H. Jones to the rank of major. At the time of his promotion, Jones was associate professor of military science at Youngstown College.
  • Unknown author (1981-04-28)
    Dr. David P. Ruggles was appointed dean of the YSU School of Education. He had been assistant dean since November 1979. Ruggles succeeded Dr. Arnold J. Moore who accepted an academic position elsewhere.
  • Unknown author (2000-08-28)
    Dr. Barbara Brothers announces she will retire in July of 2001. Brothers has been dean of the College of Arts and Sciences for eight years.
  • Smith, Amanda (2001-05-01)
    Student Government is embroiled in controversy over the recent elections for new officers. The removal of Rajah James and Nazim Whahb from the candidate list fueled most of the dissension.
  • Smith, Amanda (2001-01-18)
    Provost James Scanlon has announced his resignation from YSU. He has accepted the position of president at Missouri Western State College.

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