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Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Sept. 14--SOUTH POINT -- Brandon Irvin hunches over a workstation inside a doublewide trailer on County Road 1. Picking up a long, slender tube of metal, he loads his welding torch.
10 hrs ago | University Business
The cost to go to college has soared in the last decade. At the same time, federal student aid programs in the form of grants, loans, tax credits, and work-study, have grown to $170 billion a year, compared to about $10 billion in 1970, adjusted for inflation, according to Richard Vedder, economics professor at Ohio University, in an article for the National Review.
For the second year, The Walk to End Alzheimer's came to Zanesville. This year the walk moved to the Ohio University Zanesville campus, but the new location didn't stop people from getting up and taking strides for the disease.
Greene County Retired Teachers Association President Virginia Pinkerton presided over the summer meeting and luncheon held at United Memorial Presbyterian Church on Aug. 27. Recognition was given to Octogenarians and older who are members of GCRTA. Also, the scholarship winners of the GCRTA 2014 scholarships for education were recognized as well: Max Mullin, son of Paul and Caroline Mullin of Yellow Springs, will attend Ohio University and major in computer engineering, getting his master's degree in education; and Lauren Brickey, daughter of Rodney and Lisa Brickey of Xenia, will attend Wilmington College and major in history, getting her master's degree in education.
I am writing to express my extreme disappointment with your recent actions as Ohio University's student senate president. In my constitutionally protected opinion, you have exhibited some serious anti-Semitic tendencies.
A student leader at Ohio University faced attacks this week after posting her version of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in support of the Palestinian cause and the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign against Israel. On September 2, Ohio University Student Senate president Megan Marzec uploaded an Ice Bucket Challenge-inspired video in which she could be seen pouring a bucket of fake blood on her head.
Curtis W. Burns has received an Army ROTC scholarship to attend Ohio University, in Athens. Scholarships are awarded on a merit basis, reflecting academic achievement, extracurricular activities, physical fitness, specific performance or accomplishment, leadership abilities, and personal interviews.
The next in this series is a phone interview with congressional candidate Dennis Lambert , the Green Party nominee for Ohio's Sixth District. Lambert joined the Army after graduation from Paul Blazer High School in Ashland, Kentucky.
Kentucky-based artist Gerald Ferstman explores the current conflict in Syria through his exhibition, 'I Spy I Love the Smell of Gas and Bombs: Recent Paintings by Gerald Ferstman,' which runs through Oct. 23, 2014, at the University of Houston-Clear Lake Art Gallery, Bayou Building, 2700 Bay Area Blvd., Houston. The exhibition title references the 'I Spy' children's book series by author Jean Marzollo and illustrator Walter Wick.
Kim Concillado turned a corner, a block from her next class at Ohio State University, and hit a dead end. "A new year, new construction everywhere," the 21-year-old senior said as she walked an extra three blocks to her electrical-engineering class.
The Northeast Ohio Media Group's Thomas Suddes has laid out what a possible second term of Ohio Gov. John Kasich might look like : No alarms and no surprises, Suddes predicts the Guv will keep on funneling tax dollars toward his rich friends while dancing the Mamushka at the ICU bed of public education. From Suddes: "Whether Ohio's taxes discourage business investment in the state is subject to debate.
This artistic rendering shows a deceased Rukwatitan bisepultus individual and the initial floodplain depositional setting from which the holotypic skeleton was recovered. This artistic rendering shows a deceased Rukwatitan bisepultus individual and the initial floodplain depositional setting from which the holotypic skeleton was recovered.
Ohio University paleontologists have identified a new species of titanosaurian, a member of the large-bodied sauropods that thrived during the final period of the dinosaur age, in Tanzania. Although many fossils of titanosaurians have been discovered around the globe, especially in South America, few have been recovered from the continent of Africa.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 02:47 pm
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