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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.
Memorial service planned at Civil War monument
Civil War Reenactors Fred and Jacquelyn Smith of Youngstown will be the speakers at the annual Memorial Day observance to be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday at the Civil War Monument on the Meigs County Courthouse Lawn The event is annually staged by Brooks-Grant Camp of the Sons of Union Soldiers and the Major Daniel McCook Circle 1804 of the Ladies ... (more)
Sasquatch Ancestors and Monkeys Diverged 25 Million Years Ago
Artist's reconstruction of two new Oligocene primates, the ape Rukwapithecus and the Old World monkey Nsungwepithecus .
Wed May 15, 2013
Scientists discover oldest evidence of split between Old World monkeys and apes
Two fossil discoveries from the East African Rift reveal new information about the evolution of primates, according to a study published online in Nature this week led by Ohio University scientists.
Mon May 13, 2013
No uncoordinated movement of troops, but still worrisome
It is a truism that power lies in the barrel of the gun, however many ballots and parliamentary seats one may have and, as such, our history shows that it is military muscle that determines how political power is exercised.
Des Moines Register Editor Rick Green Appointed To NPPA's Board
Rick Green, the editor and vice president of news for The Des Moines Register, has been appointed to the board of directors of the National Press Photographers Association, NPPA president Mike Borland announced today.
Is your university president overpaid?
If higher education wishes to maintain its privileged position in American society, it needs to contain its spending.
Mentor's Kent Berger Commits to Ohio University
Another standout from Mentor's junior class has already decided where he will play football in 2014.
Sat May 11, 2013
Arts Notes: May 12, 2013
"The Discovery 7," zebra wood and terra verde, 54 by 42 by 10 inches, by Jonathan Cox.
The Columbus Dispatch
Record graduating class requires bigger hall
President David Harrison, left, presents 60-year-old William Womack with his diploma at Columbus State Community College's graduation ceremony at the state fairgrounds.
Fri May 10, 2013
Popular Ohio tax witness paid $150,000 a year by trust fund
COLUMBUS: Records show a favorite witness on Ohio tax and economic issues who's relied upon for his objectivity draws a hefty stipend from a conservative trust fund.
Ohio University band gives Vatican taste of America
Vatican City, May 10, 2013 / 09:01 am .- 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.
Softball Player Smashes Through Outfield Fence, Robs Home Run to Win Game
Ohio University outfielder Alyssa Wolfe snatched victory from the gaping jaws of defeat at the Mid-American Conference softball tournament on Thursday after plowing through an outfield barrier and hijacking a home run from in-state rival Miami of Ohio .
Doctors recognized in photo gallery
Six members of the Robinson Memorial Hospital medical staff recently were recognized in the Medical Staff Distinguished Members Photo Gallery at the hospital's Ravenna campus.
Wed May 08, 2013
FAMU names alum as new band director
Florida A&M interim President Larry Robinson on Tuesday introduced Sylvester Young as the new director of the school's marching and pep bands 18 months after the hazing death of a drum major.
NEOMED student to serve national group
Nida Degesys, fourth-year College of Medicine student at Northeast Ohio Medical University, has been elected to serve as the national president for the American Medical Student Association.
Tue May 07, 2013
Gambling revenue up nationally
Spending at casinos is up nationally with the help of new casinos, including those in Ohio that opened last year.
O-DOT using tiny technology on big projects
The Ohio Department of Transportation is using a high tech piece of equipment to get aerial shots of its work sites.
Ohio University expanding call center supporting online students...
Ohio University is making permanent and expanding a call center for online degree programs after a successful trial run with nursing students this academic year.