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10-May-13 - Ohio University Band Gives Vatican Taste Of America
VATICAN CITY, May 10 .- Priests and Vatican employees opened their office windows this afternoon to find out why they were hearing trumpets and drums, and in the piazza below them they discovered the University of Ohio marching band.
Thu May 23, 2013
Opinion: The disappearing four-year graduation standard
Richard Vedder directs the Center for College Affordability and Productivity, teaches economics at Ohio University and is an adjunct scholar at the American Enterprise Institute.
Abusing Prisoners Decreases Public Safety --An interview with...
If given the attention it deserves, an important new book is certain to make significant contributions to the public discussions of US prison policy.
MHS graduates awarded over $400,000 in scholarships
Presented scholarships in the Meigs High School Awards Day Ceremony were from the left, front, Alyssa Cremeans, Matthew Casci, Haley English, Tess Phelps, Rachel Payne,Elizabeth Bearhs, Casi Arnold and Maggie Smith; middle row, Kirsten McGuire, Harley Fox, Cassandra Johnson, TylerEblin, Shawnella Patterson, Robert Dillon, Karlie Hall, Megan Dyer, ... (more)
Portsmouth Daily Times
Brown introduces college loan legislation
U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown says more than 360,000 students across Ohio would be forced to pay thousands more each year in college loan costs unless Congress acts to block the interest rate from doubling on federally-subsidized Stafford loans by July 1, 2013.
Wed May 22, 2013
'Rewarding Rides' Helping Others, One Mile at a Time
When it comes to helping others, some people pitch in at hot meals. Some just write a check.
The Piqua Daily Call
Students honored at Academic Signing Day
Fifty-six students were recognized Wednesday at Piqua High School for the educational aspirations they have after they leave the hallways of the high school during a special ceremony celebrating their academic intent to higher learning.
Central Athletics Host College Commitment Day
Lincoln-Way Central High School student athletes who have committed to continue their education and athletic careers at the collegiate level were honored May 15 at the school.
MHS announces top scholars in Class of 2013
The top students of the Meigs High School's graduating class of 2013 have been announced by Steve Ohlinger, principal.
Regional News Stories: Democrats Blast Republicans Over Election Reform Plans
Democratic state lawmakers say the Republicans who control the Ohio House and Senate are passing bills that make it harder for voters who tend to favor Democrats at the ballot box.
Bacterium uses natural 'thermometer' to trigger diarrheal disease, scientists find
The scientists have been seeking more information about the genetic pathways of Shigella in the hope of finding new treatment options for the disease it causes.
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Panthers 6th in Final State Baseball Poll
Miami Trace finished 6th rank in the state. The Panthers who won the SCOL baseball title & a sectional championship are next in action Tuesday night against Warren Local in the district semi-finals at Ohio University in Athens.
Tue May 21, 2013
East Africa: Long-Term Mass Drug Treatment Can Eliminate River Blindness - Study
East Africa: In a First for East Africa, Scientists Find Evidence That Onchocerciasis May Be Eliminated After 14 Years of Long-Term Mass Drug Treatment New research provides the first evidence in East Africa that long-term community-based drug treatment alone can interrupt transmission of onchocerciasis, a parasitic disease commonly known as river ... (more)
The Orlando Sentinel
Champions slam FAMU's priorities, hiring of new band director
The parents of the FAMU drum major who was hazed to death said Tuesday that the university "needs to get its priorities straight" before the famous marching band can perform again.
Allosaurus fed more like a falcon than a crocodile, new study finds
The mighty T. rex may have thrashed its massive head from side to side to dismember prey, but a new study shows that its smaller cousin Allosaurus was a more dexterous hunter and tugged at prey more like a modern-day falcon.
Mon May 20, 2013
Family Of Ohio University Student Who Died Of Meningitis Sues University
The family of an Ohio University student who died after contracting meningitis is suing the university.
Sun May 19, 2013
Senior Standout Chaza Banda faces college doubts because she's not a citizen
Despite her achievements, Chaza Banda has found that barriers to college are daunting because she is not a citizen.
Sat May 18, 2013
Fossils point to ancient ape-monkey split
The oldest known fossils of an ape and a monkey have been uncovered, providing an intriguing glimpse of a crucial time in primate evolution.
Stephen Colbert, Arianna Huffington among this weekend's commencement speakers
They're among the many journalists who've spoken or are scheduled to speak at commencement ceremonies this spring, as many did last year .
Fri May 17, 2013
University Hospitals to begin construction on Euclid site, not selling to Cleveland Clinic
"This is a full replacement for a building that is much, much older than what we want," said University Hospitals' Heidi Gartland, A rendering of University Hospitals' proposed new medical office building to be built at the corner of East 185th Street and Lake Shore Boulevard.