Jambar Newspaper Archives: Recent submissions

  • Unknown author (2021-04-29)
    A group of freshmen at Youngstown State University dedicated their first year on campus to enriching the education of the younger generation. YSU reported five new cases of COVID-19 for the week of April 18-24. YSU Social ...
  • Unknown author (2021-04-22)
    YSU's 2021-22 Student Government Association candidates ran unopposed with senior finance major Nicholas Koupiaris as president and sophomore environmental science and political science double major Gianna Battaglia as ...
  • Unknown author (2021-04-01)
    This summer, YSU will host the 23rd Annual Summer Festival of the Arts, and for the first time, the festival will not be held on campus but moves downtown.YSU reported nine new cases of COVID-19 for the week of March 21-17. ...
  • Unknown author (2021-04-15)
    YSU is one of only two colleges in Ohio home to a nuclear reactor. YSU reported 15 new COVID-19 cases on campus. Johnson & Johnson vaccine clinics are canceled due to potential side effects. The National Alliance on ...
  • Unknown author (2021-03-25)
    YSU celebrates Women's History Month throughout March with virtual events. YSU announced it will hold two vaccination clinics in Beeghly Center on March 3 and April 6. The EveryBODY Fashion show, a staple of the YSU spring ...
  • Unknown author (2021-03-18)
    The Maag Library Archives collects personal COVID-19 stories from students, faculty and staff. YSU reported 14 new COVID-19 cases on its dashboard this Monday. A Q & A is given with President Tressel reflecting on one year ...
  • Unknown author (2021-03-04)
    Tips on dealing with stress during the pandemic are given. Pete Julian, a 91-year old graduate from YSU who's attended a lot of football games, got to meet Pete the Penguin. Some YSU students started their own businesses ...
  • Unknown author (2021-02-25)
    YSU detects COVID-19 on campus through wastewater testing. Lit Youngstown offers the "New Book News" series virtually via Zoom and features writers whose new books were published during the pandemic. The YSU Center for ...
  • Unknown author (2020-12-03)
    The Mahoning Valley Historical Society celebrates Christmas with both in-person and virtual events centered at the Tyler History Center. The Youngstown Public Library on Wick Avenue honors the history of its community with ...
  • Unknown author (2020-10-29)
    Jambar reports gives a first-person perspective on COVID-19 testing. Penguin Nights are different this year due to COVID-19. Several students at YSU share their experiences, ranging from symptoms to testing to quarantine. ...
  • Unknown author (2020-10-22)
    The Faculty strike ends with a contract agreement. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, spring semester will have the same class modalities as the fall. COVID-19 cases jumped in the last two weeks. New measures are given when ...
  • Unknown author (2020-08-17)
    Students can expect changes on campus with new rules and regulations aiming to keep everyone safe during the global pandemic. The merge of the Beeghly Clollege of Education and the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences ...
  • Unknown author (2021-02-11)
    The community lost YSU alumnus Darius "Shack" Shackleford Saturday night in a fatal car accident. Ohio's Lt. Gov. Jon Husted visited the Youngstown area Tuesday to discuss his investment to the community and Youngstown ...
  • Unknown author (2021-02-04)
    In June of 2020, the city of Youngstown broke ground on the first phase of the Smart2 Network Project. Phase II was greenlit last week and expected to last until 2023. The Honors College introduces a series of lectures ...
  • Unknown author (2021-01-28)
    President Job Biden was inaugurated as the 46th president of the United States on January 20, 2021. A YSU COVID-19 update is given. The Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center is offering the "Read. RECreate. ...
  • Unknown author (2021-01-14)
    The Jambar's 90th Birthday edition. A history of the name Jambar is given. Alumni from the Jambar reflect on their experiences. The evolution of JambarTV is given. COVID-19 shape the 2020 Fall BFA exhibition. The YSU ...
  • Unknown author (2020-11-19)
    Increasing COVID-19 cases on YSU's campus are sending students home for the remainder of the fall semester after Nov. 24. Penguin Alerts notified the campus community of an armed robbery across from Cafaro House in the ...
  • Unknown author (2020-11-05)
    YSUnity returns to campus after a two-year hiatus. YSU's COVID-19 numbers continue to rise. Disability Services helps restricted students with changes. A student spoke out about her experience with stalking on campus. ...
  • Unknown author (2020-10-08)
    YSU has tried to ensure safety on campus by putting out QR codes in all buildings for students to scan, launching the COVID-19 dashboard and having areas with cleaning supplies for students to use. The YSU Board of Trustees ...
  • Unknown author (2020-10-01)
    The Criminal Justice department on campus is confident its cadets will be prepared to pursue successful careers in law enforcement despite tensions between the public and law enforcement agencies in the country. Students ...

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