Forbes Ranks Grove City College Among the Best

GROVE CITY, Pa. – Grove City College is one of America’s Top Colleges, according to Forbes. The financial magazine issued its 2016 list of the nation’s 660 best schools this week and Grove City College is ranked at 250 overall. The college came in at 105 on the magazine’s list of top liberal arts colleges, […]

Do You Suffer from Digital Amnesia?

By Julie Eble UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Many people don’t worry about remembering phone numbers, special birthdays or anniversaries anymore; after all, they’re just a cellphone away. This phenomenon has been coined “digital amnesia” — the experience of forgetting information you trust a digital device to store and remember for you. Although digital amnesia has […]

Dees Named Interim Dean of KSU Columbiana Campuses

KENT, Ohio — David Dees, Ph.D., has been appointed interim dean and chief administrative officer of the Kent State University Columbiana County campuses, effective July 1. He replaces Stephen Nameth, Ph.D., who served as dean of the Salem and East Liverpool campuses since 2012. The appointment was announced by Todd Diacon, Kent State senior vice […]

General Studies Program Offers Options for Students

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — It’s not uncommon for college students to be blindsided by situations that derail their path to earning a degree. It could be a personal issue, a financial setback, or as so many realize belatedly, the field they thought would lead to a great career isn’t the field they want to pursue. Or, […]

YSU Hits ‘Home Run’ with $100,000 NEA Grant

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – A $100,000 grant might not sound like much compared to awards of $500,000 for equipment or $1 million for research, Martin Abraham said Thursday. But considering the source of the $100,000 – the National Endowment for the Arts – the provost of Youngstown State University deems it a major achievement. “It sounds […]


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