By Kelcey Norris Anthony Taddeo, a graduate student studying music composition, has a love for a unique genre of music that stems from his
By Kaitlyn Kelley As courses at Youngstown State University continue remotely through the COVID-19 pandemic, some students expressed concern about the move from the
By Brianna Gleghorn Change is coming to the academic advising structure at Youngstown State University, requiring some adjustments within each college. According to the
By Kaitlyn Kelley “The college experience is an optimal environment for trading, playing and learning card games,” Nick Rauschenbauch, a former student of Eastern
By Brianna Gleghorn For many Youngstown State University students, being a full-time student and a full-time employee is a part of their regular routine.
By Frances Clause While Youngstown State University students are preparing for the spring semester, some are also preparing to teach spring classes at SMARTS,