Penguins have always been good at catching fish, and two Youngstown State University students are proving that true this summer. Charles Cremeans of Newtown Falls, […]...read more.
Youngstown State University’s Marching Pride has scheduled auditions for majorette and feature twirler positions from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, June 28, at Stambaugh Stadium, […]...read more.
Six YSU students are on the road – overseas – this summer on study abroad trips. Floyd E. Kenney, a biology major from Canfield, is […]...read more.
The defensive units for each team made big plays throughout the game, but the Red offense was able to convert a few more on the […]...read more.
Penguin Productions and YSU Students Motivated by the Arts presents “Live on Lincoln” block party featuring the band Nocturne 6 to 10 p.m. Friday, April […]...read more.
Deanna Hardy of Newton Falls, a senior in human resource management, and Kaitlin Rohrs of Liberty, a senior in marketing management, represented Youngstown State University’s […]...read more.
YSU’s new Student One Stop Center is designed to provide improved and hassle-free service to students registering for classes, applying for financial aid and paying […]...read more.
Dancing, singing, music, comedy and magic will be featured at the first Youngstown State University Scholars and Honors Talent Show, 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20 […]...read more.
Members of Beta Gamma Sigma, the international business honor society, commemorate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the honorary, noon Tuesday, Feb. 19, in […]...read more.
Kaitlin Hankins, a junior majoring in Spanish Education at Youngstown State University, has been awarded the Ohio International Consortium Donald N. Nelson Scholarship to help […]...read more.
Site preparation is underway on a new sports complex in a once-blighted neighborhood across from Stambaugh Stadium. “This complex will not only serve thousands of […]...read more.