Students, faculty break plates to relieve stress by The JambarJan 01, 2013 “On Wednesday, several Youngstown State University students and faculty members lined up near a tent in front of DeBartolo Hall to break plates. Anthropology professor Matt O'Mansky organized the event that allowed passersby to break ceramic plates full of their frustrations.”
Everything is Everything by The JambarJan 01, 2013 “I hate you all.
Not really, but that's what I'll probably be remembered for. That and well, the yelling, threats and uncomfortable closeness. That reminds me, I would like to take this time to let everyone know I was being sarcastic. Yes, that's right. If I ever yelled at you, ruined your self-esteem, demeaned your character or threatened you and/or your family, I probably wasn't being serious.”
'Oh my God. They are all dead' by The JambarJan 01, 2013 “Former Marshall University assistant football coach Carl Koker spoke to members of the Youngstown State University community about his experience with the tragic 1970 plane crash, which killed most of Marshall's football team. On Nov. 13, 1970, 75 lives were lost in "The Crash.”
Adding fairness to welfare by The JambarJan 01, 2013 “Two weeks ago, as I began my shift at work, a fellow employee arrived to the office stumbling and clearly intoxicated. Clocking in, he was immediately confronted by management. Upon denying being inebriated, he was then asked to submit to an alcohol test. To make a long story short, the employee ended up being terminated after tests showed traces of alcohol and illegal drugs in his system.”
Man's best friend, epileptic's saving grace by The JambarJan 01, 2013 “Tom Pugh is a 26-year-old from the city's West Side who, at any moment, faces the risk of having a seizure. Pugh, who will be graduating in May from Youngstown State University with a degree in secondary education and creative writing, had his first seizure the day after his 13th Christmas.”
Time for NCAA to pay athletes by The JambarJan 01, 2013 “Hoisting up this year's BCS National Championship trophy capped off a very impressive, yet controversial, junior season for Auburn University's star quarterback Cam Newton. He was awarded the 76th Heisman Memorial Trophy. These events happened nearly three months after facing allegations that his father, Cecil Martin, had accepted improper benefits from a school eager to recruit his son.”
Time for domestic drilling by The JambarJan 01, 2013 “Gas prices. Two words that will make anyone cringe. Each day gas prices continue to rise, and each day motorists are pigeonholed in to paying those soaring prices. I got my driver's license in the winter of 2006. Driving a Ford Focus, it usually cost around $12 to fill my tank.”
Student before athlete by The JambarJan 01, 2013 “Sports alone do not define today's college athletes, despite a lingering dumb jock stigma about intelligence. Student-athletes continue to meet new standards in the classroom, which demand academic excellence before eligibility. In the past decade, the NCAA strived to promote student-athlete success.”
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