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  • Celidonio, John (1982-02-12)
    In a survey conducted by YSU-OEA, the faculty union, and the Adjunct Faculty Association (AFA), 59 percent of all part-time faculty support collective bargaining. This figure was not deemed high enough to warrant the ...
  • Turner, Beth Anne (1997-05-23)
    As part of an administrative shake-up, President Leslie Cochran appointed Judy Gaines the executive director of the Office of Student Life. Bassam Deeb, who held the post since it was created in 1995, became the executive ...
  • Ford, Kathleen Alexis (1971-03-09)
    Dr. James Adovasio, assistant professor in anthropology, announced that he will be taking a one-year leave of absence beginning on September 1, 1971. During his leave, Adovasio will work as a research assistant at the ...
  • Lovan, Cynthia (1994-04-29)
    Professor Melvin P. Mamula, who taught advertising at YSU since 1967, died of complications from pneumonia. While at the university, Mamula served as yearbook advisor and helped start the advertising club.
  • Unknown author (1976-10-08)
    With the help of State Senator Harry Meshel and donations from Edward J. DeBartolo, YSU purchased seven Smokey Hollow properties for future development.
  • George, Rick (1989-09-26)
    At a meeting of the YSU Board of Trustees, a new contract with the faculty union was ratified, ending a period of labor strife that resulted in the first strike by any campus union. Also, the resignation of Dr. Taylor ...
  • Unknown author (1977-10-21)
    The death of former YSU President Albert L. Pugsley was announced. The cause of death was thought to have been a heart attack.
  • Unknown author (1955-04-29)
    Alpha Phi Delta completed its Second Annual Organizational Library Fund Drive, netting $190.
  • Banner, Valerie (2000-10-12)
    Shannon Tirone is the new executive director of the YSU Alumni Association. She replaces Lori Factor.
  • Balale, Michael J. (2004-05-27)
    In an attempt to neutralize support for John Kerry, President Bush visited the largely Democratic Mahoning Valley this week. Ohio will play a significant role in the November election.
  • Unknown author (1995-07-06)
    Dr. Cyndy E. Anderson, assistant provost for planning at YSU, was named vice president of Student Affairs. She succeeds Dr. Raymond Dye who was made assistant to the president for enrollment management.
  • Unknown author (1958-10-03)
    In observance of Youngstown University's Golden Anniversary, the Youngstown University Student Convocation was held. YU President Howard W. Jones was honored and six students were recognized for academic achievement.
  • Unknown author (1993-10-08)
    Cheryl Staib has been named director of the YSU Annual Fund. Her hiring reflects President Cochran's emphasis on fund raising.
  • Unknown author (1943-09-29)
    Professor Karl W. Dykema was appointed to serve as the faculty advisor to the Youngstown College Interfraternity Council. The members voted to change the name of the group to the Panhellenic Council.
  • Knapic, Sue (1988-02-19)
    Dr. John R. White of the Anthropology department and a team assembled from YSU discovered a prehistoric solstice marker near Fort Ancient along the Little Miami river in Ohio.
  • Shaulis, Debora (1986-04-18)
    Youngstown and YSU prepare to participate in 'Hands Across America.'
  • Unknown author (1944-02-04)
    Youngstown College announced the discontinuation of its CAA War Service Training Program. Aviation students would be sent on to Greensboro, North Carolina, where they would be interviewed and given assignments with the ...
  • Unknown author (1961-09-22)
    Father Paul M. Petric, Roman Catholic chaplain at Youngstown University, a Bronze Star recipient during the Korean War, and an Army Reservist, was recalled to active duty.
  • Unknown author (1974-11-15)
    Arson was the suspected cause of a fire which broke out in Rayen Hall, Room 114. This was the third fire of suspicious origin in Rayen during the course of several weeks. No injuries were reported and damages were estimated ...
  • Unknown author (1985-10-01)
    Dr. Gordon E. Mapley was appointed to the position of assistant dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. A professor of psychology from the University of South Carolina, where he also served as chairman of the Division ...

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