EMU junior shines at East Central American Dance Festival
EMU dance major Chloe Gray performing her self-choreographed piece, "Uterus=Hysteria" at the East Central American College Dance Festival at Ohio University last Wednesday.
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Fri Mar 14, 2014
Assistant priest creates mission project for home country of Kenya
Thomas Kamau remembers the moment he realized he wanted to become a Catholic priest.
The Columbus Dispatch
Ohio U. OKs extra faculty raises over 3 years
ATHENS, Ohio - Ohio University is moving ahead with a plan to pay its faculty members an extra $6.1 million over three years.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Blog Post: Indonesia's Change Agent: Esther K. Sianipar
As a child, Esther K. Sianipar would chat with her father into the late night about Indonesia's possible pathways for democratisation.
Economists are mixed in reaction to Ohio governor's budget
The governor's budget update includes another state income tax cut paid for with increases in two existing taxes.
Luxury shooting ranges cater to new gun culture
FRISCO, Texas A A - It's the lunch hour on a recent Wednesday, and pricey sedans outnumber pickups parked at the crowded parking lot of the indoor Frisco Gun Club.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
OU Student Donates Life Through Bone Marrow
"I love watching sports. I'm a huge Columbus sports fan," he said. "I also love doing community service."
North Royalton Morning Update: Speech student advances, poll workers needed, recycling grant won
Five men are studying speech and language pathology at the University of Akron. They are, from left, Johnathan Merwin, Paul Sabo, Mitchell Warmbein, Ryan Holmes and North Royalton resident Joseph Holodnak.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
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Principal chosen for Willow Charter school
National Heritage Academies has named veteran educator Melissa Jones Clarke as the principal for Willow Charter Academy, a free public charter school scheduled to open in Lafayette in August.
Exploradio: The quest for perpetual pavement
This stretch of I-77 is the northern edge of an experiment in perpetual pavement highway design.
Western Michigan University dancers selected for regional festival Gala Concert
Both dances submitted by the Western Michigan University Department of Dance were selected by three professional adjudicators for performance at the Gala Concert at the American College Dance Festival Association East-Central Conference held this year at Ohio University, March 2-5.
Marvin Jones to Work with OU-C
The former president & CEO of the Chillicothe/Ross Chamber of Commerce has joined the workforce development and continuing education efforts at Ohio University-Chillicothe.
College notes: Morgan Srail captures coveted MAC championship
Morgan Srail brought home a MAC Championship with an exclamation point. Not only did the Ohio University junior diver capture first place in the 3-meter competition, she also broke a school record.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
33rd annual Irish Gathering entertains at the Lafayette Hotel
The Lafayette Hotel ballroom was once again filled with the sights, sounds and tastes of Ireland on Sunday during the 33rd annual Irish Gathering, sponsored by the Monsignor Donal O'Carroll Division of the Ohio Ancient Order of Hibernians.
Family stories, told again and again, but never quite the same
Nearly all of us have our full share of childhood memories. But few of us are willing -- or able -- to dig as deep into our store of memories as does Sarah Beth Childers in her impressive new memoir, "Shake Terribly the Earth: Stories From An Appalachian Family" .
The Columbus Dispatch
Colleges compete for fewer students
Ohio colleges are bolstering efforts to recruit students as the state braces for a sharp drop in the number of college-age students.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
OU Studies Shale Impact
Whether it is a drilling rig alongside Interstate 70, the large Oil & Gas Safety Supply store on National Road or the convoy of sand trucks on many secondary roads, those driving through Belmont County are sure to notice an impact from the Utica Shale boom.
Smith, Mason take honors at BPW competition
Breanne N. Smith was named the Young Careerist winner and Mary Mason was named the region's Individual Development winner during the Business and Professional Women's Region 4 competition.
New plan will award associate degrees to students in four-year degree programs
Here is a new twist on public higher education 's aims for student retention and graduation success that may set a precedent nationwide.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Ban on texting while driving hard to enforce
As we feared, the state's ban on texting while driving is proving to be difficult to enforce.