Digital.Maag Repository

Browsing Jambar Newspaper Clippings by Issue Date

Browsing Jambar Newspaper Clippings by Issue Date

Sort by: Order: Results:

  • Unknown author (1940-04-17)
    The Youngstown College Jambar was awarded First Class Honors by the Associated Collegiate Press Critical Service.
  • Unknown author (1940-06-03)
    Dr. Herbert E. Hawkes, Dean of Columbia University, was invited to deliver the commencement address before 183 graduates of Youngstown College. For the first time, the ceremonies were to take place in Stambaugh Auditorium ...
  • R.I.P. 
    Unknown author (1941-01-22)
    Pete (a.k.a. Petey) Penguin, Youngstown College's first live mascot, drowned while pursuing a fish under the ice of a frozen pond in Crandall Park. A darling of the local media, Petey was the subject of a formal obtituary ...
  • Unknown author (1941-09-17)
    Youngstown College welcomed two new additions to the full-time faculty. Hans W. Weigert was appointed professor of policial science and sociology. Donald Bostwick, a part-time instructor at YoCo, was assigned a full class ...
  • Unknown author (1941-11-12)
    Charles F. Axtmann, Dean of the Youngstown College School of Business Administration, resigned to return to public accounting. Axtmann had been with the YoCo faculty since 1922.
  • Unknown author (1941-11-26)
    Harold E. Russert, a certified public accountant and member of the accounting firm of Clark and Collins, was appointed an evening instructor with Youngstown College's Business Schoool. Russert was assigned courses in federal ...
  • Unknown author (1941-11-26)
    Patricia, a live female penguin, was adopted by Youngstown College as a mate for YoCo's (second) official live mascot, Pete Penguin.
  • Unknown author (1941-12-10)
    Professor Karl W. Dykema was elected advisor to Delta Epsilon, a scholastic honorary fraternity at Youngstown College.
  • Unknown author (1942-01-14)
    Due to the entry of the United States into the Second World War, Youngstown College president Howard W. Jones announced the cancellation of spring vacation. This action was part of a national defense plan orchestrated by ...
  • Unknown author (1942-01-28)
    The need for proper housing for Youngstown College's live penguin mascots was editorialized.
  • Unknown author (1942-02-11)
    Louis A. Deesz, a combustion engineer for the Republic Steel Corporation, was appointed dean of the engineering school. Deesz, who held a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from the Carnegie Institute of ...
  • Unknown author (1942-02-25)
    The fifth annual campaign for the Youngstown College library was inaugurated on February 16, 1942 by the first of a series of radio addresses. The goal for 1942 was $5,000.
  • Unknown author (1942-03-11)
    The Friends of the Youngstown College Library Association announced that they had nearly completed their fifth annual fund drive with the target amount of $5,000 being reached.
  • Unknown author (1942-03-25)
    Three members of the Youngstown College staff were hospitalized within a one month period. Calvin Pickard, YoCo business manager, was admitted to Northside Hospital with appendicitis. J. B. Williams, a business school ...
  • Unknown author (1942-05-06)
    Pete II, one of three live penguins that served as Youngstown College mascots, died in the Cleveland Zoo after a long illness. His mate, Pat(ricia), was also found to be ill.
  • Unknown author (1942-05-20)
    Youngstown College announced the appointment of Betty Gleason as assistant librarian. Gleason was also to work in the college business manager's office and the bookstore.
  • Unknown author (1942-09-16)
    Since the demise of her mate, Youngstown College's surviving live mascot, Patricia Penguin, spent the summer at the Cleveland Zoo. It was decided that she would remain at the zoo until a proper facility was constructed for ...
  • Unknown author (1942-09-30)
    Two new instructors were added to the Youngstown College evening school faculty. They were James Young, who was to teach industrial statistics, and J. Trantin, Jr., whose course was on foundry practices.
  • Unknown author (1942-12-16)
    Youngstown College president Howard W. Jones was injured in an accident while hunting.
  • Unknown author (1943-03-25)
    Louis A. Deesz was appointed dean of the Youngstown College engineering school. Previous to this appointment, Deesz served as dean of the evening engineering division.

Search Digital.Maag

Advanced Search


My Account