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  • Brady, Pia (1993-02-05)
    Local philanthropist Warren P. Williamson, Jr., the founder and chairman of the WKBN Broadcasting Corporation, made a $1 million contribution to the YSU Foundation. The money is earmarked to support of the Williamson ...
  • Unknown author (1963-12-06)
    Youngstown University was awarded a gift of $1 million for use in Project One, the institution's expansion program. President Howard Jones announced receipt of the gift but was not at liberty to disclose the identity of the donor.
  • Unknown author (1953-01-16)
    As the new Youngstown College Library neared completion, the Jambar highlighted some of the facility's chief features.
  • Unknown author (1966-09-30)
    Youngstown University's enrollment passed the 12,000 mark for the first time. University officials predicted a student body numbering 15,000 by the sixtieth anniversary of YU's founding in 1968.
  • Unknown author (1963-11-01)
    Twenty-one YU students completed a 48-mile relay marathon promoting passages of State Issue 1. The runners picked up the "Torch of Learning" at Akron at 12:45 p.m. and arrived at the YU campus at 5:20 p.m., 30 minutes ahead ...
  • Unknown author (1969-05-06)
    The YSU Student Council proposed to bring 3.2 beer to campus. Passing Council unanimously, the proposal required approval from President Albert Pugsley, the Board of Trustees and the Ohio Department of Liquor Control.
  • Unknown author (1950-03-24)
    The Student Library Drive goal of $7,500 was reached when a special contribution of $4,500 was approved by the Student-Faculty Finance Committee. As a result, the drive ended well ahead of schedule.
  • Unknown author (1963-12-06)
    An appropriation of $4,500,000 was granted to Youngstown University through an administrative bill passed by the Ohio House of Representatives for the building of a technical institute. The measure had not yet passed the Senate.
  • Unknown author (1956-10-12)
    A bequest of $40,000 was left to the Dana School of Music through the will of a former Youngstown woman, Bessie A. Wilson. The money established the Katherine McDowell Wilson Scholarship Fund in memory of Miss Wilson's sister.
  • Unknown author (1955-02-18)
    The Youngstown Dunbrik Company, Inc., created an annual scholarship at Youngstown College for an engineering student planning a career in the building industry.
  • O'Horo, Sally (1948-01-16)
    Construction began on an expanded auditorium for the Main Building at a cost of $60,000. $33,000 of that cost had been donated by individuals and local firms.
  • Unknown author (1977-05-06)
    YSU was allotted $14 million through a statewide capital improvements proposal sent to the Ohio General Assembly by Gov. James A. Rhodes. A significant portion was allocated for facilities to be housed within the new stadium.
  • Unknown author (1963-09-20)
    In the fall of 1963, YU experienced its highest enrollment to date with a tentative total of 8,650 full- and part-time students. Nevertheless, freshmen enrollment decreased by approximately 50 students from the fall of ...
  • Unknown author (1974-02-15)
    N. J. Leonelli, director of campus planning, announced that the proposed $5.9 million Arts and Sciences office and classroom building could be ready for occupancy by the spring of 1977.
  • Unknown author (1991-03-05)
    Dr. Bernard J. Yozwiak, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at YSU, announced his retirement effective December 31, 1991. Yozwiak joined the faculty in 1947 and was elected chair of the Mathematics Department in 1966. ...
  • Deutsch, Matthew (1995-05-26)
    YSU signed an agreement with four private institutions of higher learning to form the Northeastern Ohio/Western Pennsylvania Academic Alliance. The alliance was designed to create a partnership between the schools for the ...
  • Unknown author (1985-04-30)
    Dr. Morris Slavin, professor emeritus of history, was presented with the Ohio Academy of History's annual publication award for his book, "The French Revolution in Miniature."
  • Lane, Liz (1978-08-09)
    YSU's academic program received continued accreditation for the following decade as a result of an evaluation conducted by a team from the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools in April 1978.
  • Rodgers, Bill (2005-09-27)
    YSU-ACE, the union of classified employees, and the university have not yet signed off on the contract negotiated last month. Differences over the terms of the early retirement incentive plan have delayed finalizing the agreement.
  • Unknown author (1982-06-24)
    Dr. Elizabeth Sterenberg died of leukemia in Youngstown's South Side Hospital. She was a full professor in the YSU Political Science Department, arriving at the University in 1957. Sterenberg was active in the Youngstown ...

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