• Mad About the Arts, Mona Lisa graphic and info

    Are You Mad about the Arts? Get Your Tickets Now!

    Join us on Friday, February 17 for our signature fundraiser -- Mad About the Arts!

  • City Club event flier with panelist photos

    City Club Plans for March 6 Event on Education

    WYSU is proudly helping to sponsor the third City Club of the Mahoning Valley dinner and discussion on Monday, March 6, at Stambaugh Auditorium.  The event begins with dinner at 5:30pm and will be followed by a panel discussion on The Future of Public Education in Ohio's Cities at 6pm.

  • Valentine hearts encouraging vehicle donation to support WYSU.

    Donate the old car that is close to your heart!

    Your car has been good to you, so why not let it be good to someone else? By donating it through the Car Talk Vehicle Donation Program you will help the station pay for the programs you love!

  • The "Y" -- YSU logo

    WYSU-FM Open Meeting Policy

    The Youngstown State University's Board of Trustees is WYSU-FM's supervisory board. The Board's general meetings and Institutional Engagement Committee Meetings address WYSU business. These meetings are open to the public.

    The WYSU Advisory Board meetings are also open to the public.

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National Public Radio

  • Milo Yiannopoulos, Breibart News editor and Internet personality.

    After Underage Sex Comments, Milo Yiannopoulos Loses CPAC Invite, Book Deal

    Breibart News editor Milo Yiannopoulos lost both a speaking gig at a prominent conservative event and a book deal in less than 24 hours.

    First, Monday afternoon the American Conservative Union rescinded its invitation to the right-wing provocateur — noted for his political posts on the Internet — to speak at its annual Conservative Political Action Conference this upcoming weekend. Then, a few hours later, Simon & Schuster announced that it was canceling the publication of Yiannopoulos' upcoming book Dangerous. Yiannopoulos

  • High Court To Hear Case Of Mexican Boy Killed In Cross-Border Shooting

    In June 2010, 15-year-old Sergio Hernandez and his friends were playing chicken at the U.S.-Mexico border, daring each other to run up and touch the tall border fence separating Juarez, Mexico, from El Paso, Texas. At some point during their game, U.S. border patrol agent Jesus Mesa...
  • President Trump Names Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster New National Security Adviser

    Updated at 4:35 pm E.T. President Trump has announced that Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster will be his new national security adviser. McMaster will replace retired Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, who was forced to resign after revelations that he had misled top White House officials about...

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The Business Journal

  • YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The city of Niles and the Youngstown Warren Regional Chamber have entered contract for the economic development agency to provide services to the city, the two have announced. Under the terms of the one-year contract, the chamber will provide services including identifying which...
     
  • CLEVELAND ­– Since the start of the 21st century, the biomedical industry in northeastern Ohio has grown 59%, according to a report by economic development organization Team Northeast Ohio. Since 2003, the region has had 448 biomedical startups with $2.3 billion invested. The companies have raised...
     
  • CLEVELAND – The Northeast Ohio Additive Manufacturing Cluster will host its first innovation cluster meeting March 10 at the Corporate College Conference Center at Cuyahoga Community College in Warrensville Heights. The meeting, held from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., will discuss opportunities to improve...
     

Writer's Almanac

  • When I Am Old by Moyra Donaldson

    I’ll have dewlaps and a hump and say what all the time
    in a cross voice: on every one of my bony crony fingers
    a ring. My lips painted with a slash of bright fuchsia,
    I’ll drink margaritas by the tumbler full and if my dealer

Composer's Datebook

  • Harbison's "Olympic Dances"

    In 1996, the American composer John Harbison received an unusual commission—a ballet for dancers and symphonic winds. The commission came from a consortium of 14 wind ensembles, all members of the College Band Directors National Association.