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7 hrs ago | Chattanoogan.com

Dr. Jackson Named Erlanger's New Vice President And CEO

Erlanger Health System President and CEO, Kevin M. Spiegel, FACHE, announced the appointment of Phillip E. Jackson, DSL, FACHE, as Erlanger's new Vice President and Chief Executive Officer for Erlanger East and Dr. Jackson will assume his new position with Erlanger on September 1, 2014.

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Related Topix: US Military, US Navy, US News

11 hrs ago | Xenia Daily Gazette

Summer program leads to med school acceptance for Xenia resident1:58 pm

Taking part in a unique summer program offered by Ohio University's Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine has helped one young Xenia woman win exactly the prize she had her eyes on - acceptance as a medical student.

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Related Topix: Xenia, OH, Xavier University, Athens, OH

Yesterday | Homer News

California pianist plays concert at Bunnell

Santa Rosa, Calif., musician Jason Farnham presents an evening of contemporary piano at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 17 at Bunnell Street Arts Center.

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Related Topix: Santa Rosa, CA, Classical, Beethoven

Wed Jul 30, 2014

Forbes.com

22 Richest Schools In America

The 22 schools holding half of U.S. endowment wealth enroll just 5% of higher education students.

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Tue Jul 29, 2014

Washington Examiner

Study estimates unionization cost workers in some states $11,000

Heavy unionization cost the average worker in Michigan about $11,000 over the last 50 years.

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Related Topix: Washington DC

Cincinnati.com

Colerain's Mayne Williams commits to Ohio University

Colerain's Mayne Williams commits to Ohio University Colerain safety Mayne Williams commits to Ohio Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1rMWI2J Colerain senior safety Mayne Williams verbally committed to Ohio University, according to Colerain coach Tom Bolden.

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The Washington Post

Are French Muslims integrated? Depends on what you mean by integration

This guest post is written by Jennifer Fredette , an assistant professor of political science at Ohio University.

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Related Topix: Temple University, Health

Mon Jul 28, 2014

She Knows

Photographic evidence Benedict Cumberbatch was a nerd god at Comic-Con

Sara Dobie Bauer is a writer and book nerd in Phoenix, AZ. She is an Ohio University alum, which means her college experience was more fun than yours.

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Related Topix: Benedict Cumberbatch, Phoenix, AZ, Entertainment

The Columbus Dispatch

Big Ten commissioner expects more autonomy

CHICAGO Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany said today that he expects the NCAA Division I board of directors to pass a proposed governance model that will give more autonomy to his league and the other four power conferences.

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She Knows

Man Booker Prize: Why do Americans have to win everything?

Sara Dobie Bauer is a writer and book nerd in Phoenix, AZ. She is an Ohio University alum, which means her college experience was more fun than yours.

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Related Topix: Phoenix, AZ, Entertainment

The Daily Herald

From the Archives - July 28, 2014

Girl Scout Kim Hoffman instructed her helper Jean Miller on how to build a kaleidoscope before her program "Experience Science" Wednesday afternoon at the Delphos Public Library.

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Related Topix: Delphos, OH, Lima, OH, Fort Jennings, OH

Sun Jul 27, 2014

Observer & Eccentric

Diversity group names new president

Spreitzer has led the Michigan Roundtable on an interim basis for the past 10 months while former president and CEO Tom Costello spent the school year on a teaching sabbatical at his alma mater, Ohio University.

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Related Topix: Scripps College

Cape Cod Times

Strong performances make 'South Pacific' memorable

The Chatham Anglers, playing baseball in the back fields of the Monomoy Theatre, aren't the only college students here on the Cape having the summer of their young lives.

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Related Topix: War Movies, Drama Movies, Comedy Movies, South Pacific, Musical Movies, Theater, Arts, University of Hartford, Musical Theater

Sat Jul 26, 2014

Cape Cod Times

Save the beer: Climate change adds urgency to rallying cry

On a recent evening, two inches of rain soaked the city, overwhelming the combined sewer system and forcing human waste into the Chicago River.

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Related Topix: Beer, Drink, Weather, Chicago, IL

Xenia Daily Gazette

Stoll, Montgomery to marry3:55 am

The bride-to-be is the daughter of Douglas and Molly Miller Stoll of Springfield.

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Related Topix: Springfield, OH, Xenia, OH, Brown County, OH

Fri Jul 25, 2014

NewsandSentinel.com

Loretta (Lettie) Kathleen Albright Muckley

Heaven welcomed Loretta Kathleen Albright Muckley on July 22, 2014. She passed away at St. Paul University Hospital, UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas.

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Related Topix: Albright, WV, Saint Mary's College, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, Texas Woman's University

The Madison Press

Unger chosen as MPHS principal3:41 pm

Though Madison-Plains Local Schools had numerous applications for the high school principal's position, the board of education Thursday evening chose someone from their own back yard.

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Related Topix: Education Etc.

Weirton Daily Times

Charles Brandt

BRANDT, Charles E. "Chuck," 77, of Columbiana, OH formerly of Wintersville, OH, died Thursday, July 24, 2014, at his home.

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Related Topix: Wintersville, OH, Steubenville, OH, Zanesville, OH, Boardman, OH, Celina, OH

WBEX-AM Chillicothe

Ohio Farm Bureau Federation Hires Piketon Native

In her new position, Milam will provide legal education and information on agricultural issues to Ohio Farm Bureau members, monitor legal cases important to agriculture and review proposed legislation at the state and federal levels.

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Related Topix: Piketon, OH, Agriculture, Science, Capital University, Pike County, OH

Thu Jul 24, 2014

Deseret News

When free speech and friendliness collide, some colleges are caught in the middle

After 15 years of mostly gentle persuasion, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education has announced that it is partnering with a major law firm on an aggressive litigation strategy to address First Amendment violations on college campuses.

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Related Topix: Modesto, CA, Chicago State University

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