Student loans lead to debt crisis

By Alexa Lago, Writer

September 2, 2014

Filed under News

The Project on Student Debt reported that 69 percentof college graduates in Ohio have student loan debt, and Consumer Finance Protection Bureau estimates that America has $1 trillion of student loan debt. What is commonly referred... Read more »

How Not to Drop Out

How Not to Drop Out

September 2, 2014

New Roo Weekend

By Nicholas Summers, Arts & Life Editor

September 2, 2014

Filed under Campus News, News

When New Roo Weekend started, the majority of incoming freshman probably had no idea how much The University of Akron had to offer. Events were held all over campus during... Read more »

Take survey on Buchtelite, win gift card

By Alexa Lago, Opinion Editor

March 4, 2014

Filed under Campus News

After our rather abrupt hiatus at the beginning of the semester, many members of the student body might be shocked to come across this issue of The Buchtelite on stands. Due to many uncontrollable circumstances, we have been... Read more »

A look at gender violence

March 4, 2014

Filed under Campus News

Gender violence expert Jackson Katz will speak next week at The University of Akron about why some men abuse women and how sexual violence can be prevented. Katz will speak at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 12, at Quaker Station.... Read more »

Pay It Forward Program provides students with opportunity to give back

By Katelyn Freil, News Editor

December 12, 2013

Filed under Campus News

Three graduate students in the School of Communication won $2000 for their non-profit after presenting their project to a panel of judges on Tuesday. Students Scott Wachtel, Nathan Mellor, and Joanna Hunkins won the money for... Read more »

Tressel named Executive Vice President

By Heather Beyer, Editor-in-Chief

December 11, 2013

Filed under Campus News

At board meeting held Wednesday morning, the Board of Trustees approved a change in title for Vice President Jim Tressel to Executive Vice President. In his new role, he will assist the university with its campus wide campaign... Read more »

Final curtain for the theater program?

By Heather Beyer, Editor-in-Chief

December 3, 2013

Filed under Campus News

An outside review of the Buchtel College of Arts and Sciences recommends shutting down the theater program by 2016 and reassigning tenured theater faculty to positions not associated with the performing arts. The review was conducted... Read more »

Annual Holiday Tree Festival lights up city

By Alicia Seitz

December 3, 2013

Filed under City News

The halls were decked and the trees were shining bright in Akron at the John S. Knight Center, where people of all ages embraced the holiday spirit by joining in the 32nd annual Holiday Tree Festival. ... Read more »

Pioneer ghost hunter visits Student Union

By Katelyn Freil, News Editor

November 21, 2013

Filed under Campus News

Students packed the Student Union Theater Tuesday night for the chance to hear a pioneer in paranormal investigation give a glimpse into her past experiences. Psychic Lorraine Warren spoke along with her son-in-law Tony Spera... Read more »

Survival tips for finals week

By Zaina Salem

November 19, 2013

Filed under Campus News

Get in the mood Having the right mindset during finals is key. Focus on your goal and don’t give in to any distractions. Find an effective study area that’s quiet and open. Turn phones on silent and no matter how... Read more »

Flu season sneaking up on students

By Heather Beyer, Editor-in-Chief

November 19, 2013

Filed under Campus News

Every year the university gets a visit from an unwelcome guest: the seasonal flu. Students find themselves as susceptible victims as they live and study in close quarters with their peers. According to the Centers for Disease... Read more »

Board of Trustees select presidential search firm

By Heather Beyer, Editor-in-Chief

November 18, 2013

Filed under UA Presidential Transition

The Board of Trustees named the higher education consulting firm R. William Funk & Associates to assist in the search of the university’s 16th president. On Monday, the Board of Trustees reviewed presentations from three... Read more »

Students shave heads after raising money for charity

By Katelyn Freil

November 14, 2013

Filed under Campus News

Sigma Nu and Tau Kappa Epsilon raised money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. And then the men from Sigma Nu had their heads shaved. The funds were raised for  the “Bald is Beautiful” event last Tuesday night... Read more »

Navy vet says time heals some wounds

By Katelyn Freil, News Editor

November 14, 2013

Filed under Campus News

Terry Gould, a Navy veteran and University of Akron alumnus, came to EJ Thomas Hall’s Stage Door Monday night in honor of Veteran’s Day and to speak about his book, “How Can You Mend This Purple Heart?” Gould served... Read more »

Bliss Institute hosts political conference

By Alizabeth Christian

November 12, 2013

Filed under Campus News

Looking back at the 2012 presidential election, the State of the Parties conference presented its attendees with answers to questions such as, “What was the role of political parties during the elections?” and “What are... Read more »

Proenza gives final address

By Katelyn Freil, News Editor

November 7, 2013

Filed under UA Presidential Transition

UA President Luis Proenza gave his annual State of the University Address on Wednesday in the Student Union Ballroom. This address was his 15th and final one before retiring as the president of UA. “From the first day... Read more »

Veterans celebrated on campus

By Forrest Dukes

November 7, 2013

Filed under Campus News

As the leaves fall and the weather gets colder with each morning, November brings something special to this nation of ours. For UA, November is another chance for the community to stop, think and celebrate the men and women... Read more »

Prospective students gather for Fall Visit Day

By Sarah Pompeii

November 5, 2013

Filed under Campus News

It is that time of year again when seniors all over are figuring out where they want to attend college. Many UA students, at some point, have taken this journey themselves: going on college visits, listening to different presentations... Read more »

40 fabulous years at EJ Thomas Hall

By Heather Beyer, Editor-in-Chief

November 5, 2013

Filed under Campus News

EJ Thomas Hall was the place to be Friday evening when more than 1,400 members of the university and community gathered together to celebrate its 40th anniversary. The grand event billed as “40 and Fabulous!” featured... Read more »

Close sisters discuss mental illness in lecture event

By Katelyn Freil, News Editor

October 31, 2013

Filed under Campus News

Emmy, Golden Globe and Tony Award-winning actress Glenn Close and her sister Jessie presented a lecture on breaking the stigmas behind mental illness Tuesday evening at EJ Thomas Hall. Glenn and Jessie have lived with mental... Read more »

Students recycle to participate in national Game Day Challenge

By Judy Nelson

October 31, 2013

Filed under Campus News

Gray clouds hung low over InfoCision Stadium this past Saturday as a chill wind reminded all in attendance that Old Man Winter is on his way. Fans huddled close together, many with blankets around their shoulders and Styrofoam... Read more »

Costume favorites for Akron revealed

By Alizabeth Christian

October 31, 2013

Filed under Campus News

Oct. 31 marks a day of freedom, a time where one can choose to be whatever he or she desires without the overbearing judgment of peers, without the whispers of, “Why are they wearing that?” and without the possible loss of... Read more »

Students assist around Akron community for national project

By Katelyn Freil, News Editor

October 29, 2013

Filed under Campus News

About 650 students from more than 80 groups on campus banded together Saturday to volunteer around Akron for Make a Difference Day. This year was the ninth year for UA’s Make a Difference Day. According to an article on UA’s... Read more »

Profiling Serial Killers

By Katelyn Freil, News Editor

October 24, 2013

Filed under Campus News

When Mary Myers was in fifth grade, her teacher at the Catholic school she attended kept a bowl of candy on her desk. When students received a good grade on a test or behaved well in class they would receive a piece of candy. Myers... Read more »

USG coordinates Veteran’s Celebration

By Megan Bodenschatz, Arts & Life Editor

October 24, 2013

Filed under Campus News

Starting on Nov. 2 after the Kent State vs. Akron football game, the Undergraduate Student Government and Graduate Student Government will be kicking off their weeklong Veteran’s Celebration. From now until Nov. 11, USG and... Read more »

Making Strides to raise breast cancer awareness

By Alizabeth Christian

October 24, 2013

Filed under Campus News

As a swarming crowd of pink gathered outside of the Stile Athletics Field House, excited walkers for Making Strides of Akron cheerfully shouted amongst one another while waiting for the three-mile walk ahead of them. With the... Read more »

New features on UA Libraries online page

By Rachel Mast

October 24, 2013

Filed under Campus News

The University of Akron’s online libraries page has a new look and new search tools. The tools are the “gateway to books and articles,” Beate Gersch told a group of journalism students gathered in Bierce Library last... Read more »

Tressel visits graduate class to discuss UA enrollment

By Tyler Jordan

October 22, 2013

Filed under Campus News

Last week, Jim Tressel visited a class of graduate students in Olin Hall to acknowledge the changes happening on Akron’s campus. ... Read more »

Racing to the top

By Parker Perry, Sports Editor

October 17, 2013

Filed under Campus News, Sports

The University of Akron Zips Racing team is internationally known as one of the best collegiate racing teams in the world. According to a UA press release, Zips Racing, which has been competing internationally since 1990, has... Read more »

Group holds first event after being rebuilt

By Tyler Jordan

October 17, 2013

Filed under Campus News

The Muslim Student Association revamped their student organization and held their very first event in the Union on Monday. Many students may not have known that the MSA existed due to an entire year of inactivity. Two students... Read more »

Fraternity rocks to support scholarship fund

By Alicia Seitz

October 17, 2013

Filed under Campus News

The brothers of Alpha Tau Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity keep the tradition of the annual Rock-A-Thon alive. The brothers kept a rocking chair rocking outside of the Student Union morning, noon and night from Oct. 7 to... Read more »

Students give hugs to raise money for animal protection

By Tyler Jordan

October 17, 2013

Filed under Campus News

This week the Secular Student Alliance is holding a fundraising event to donate money to the Cleveland Animal Protective League. ... Read more »

Trustees cut 28 jobs to balance budget

By Heather Beyer, Editor-in-Chief

October 17, 2013

Filed under Campus News

The Board of Trustees approved a revised budget Wednesday morning as part of a campus-wide effort to reduce expenses due to a decline in enrollment and student credit hours. University spokeswoman Eileen Korey said 28 employees... Read more »

Engineering co-op program celebrates 100 years at UA

By Hillary Martter

October 15, 2013

Filed under Campus News

Buchtelite News Writer This year the College of Engineering’s cooperative program celebrated its 100-year anniversary. The program, designed to help engineering students find gainful employment in their... Read more »

Nursing students discuss Traditional Chinese Medicine

By Adam Barrington

October 15, 2013

Filed under Campus News

There has been a debate among scientists and scholars in regards to whether holistic forms of medicine are beneficial or simply the latest form of snake oil. Last summer, five students from The University of Akron’s School of... Read more »

Career Fair welcomes students and employers

By Katelyn Freil, News Editor

October 10, 2013

Filed under Campus News

Students around... Read more »

Author of common read speaks at EJ Thomas Hall

By Sarah Pompeii

October 10, 2013

Filed under Campus News

On Oct. 8 Kevin Roose, the author of “The Unlikely Disciple,” came to The University of Akron and shared his experiences as an undercover journalist seeing the world through different eyes. His book details his experience... Read more »

Proenza appointed to national committee

By Heather Beyer, Editor-in-Chief

October 10, 2013

Filed under Campus News

University officials announced Monday the appointment of President Luis M. Proenza to a national committee charged with identifying and implementing new strategies to strengthen U.S. manufacturing. According to university officials,... Read more »

Akron meets Far East

By Forrest Dukes

October 10, 2013

Filed under Campus News

As the leaves change and students begin to think about what to schedule for the spring semester, The University of Akron allows another chance for the students to learn and explore through China Week. ... Read more »

Two UA teachers make top 25 on Rate My Professor

By Hillary Martter

October 8, 2013

Filed under Campus News

It is comforting as a college student to have access to insight about one’s professors before registering for a course. The Rate My Professors website is one online forum that allows students to scan feedback from certain courses’... Read more »

UA teacher honored

By Heather Beyer, Editor-in-Chief

October 8, 2013

Filed under Campus News

Dr. Heather Walter of the School of Communication was recognized as Ohio Communication Association’s Distinguished Teacher Award recipient for 2013 on Friday. Walter was awarded at the annual conference that was held over the... Read more »

Government shutdown affects students

By Katelyn Freil, News Editor

October 3, 2013

Filed under Campus News

The biggest business in the world, the U.S. government, has closed for business for the first time in 17 years early Tuesday leaving many people wondering how it will affect their lives, including students. ... Read more »

Group brings awareness to community

By Alicia Seitz

October 1, 2013

Filed under Campus News

After almost a year and a half of working together, a group of American Sign Language (ASL) students at The University of Akron have officially created a club dedicated to learning more about the language. ... Read more »

Banned

By Morgan Hummel, News Editor

September 26, 2013

Filed under Campus News

This week, Bierce Library celebrated Banned Books Week with student-designed displays and programs, which included readings of excerpts from challenged and banned literature. Every year, there are thousands of attempts to remove... Read more »

Cleanup on Sumner Street

By Katelyn Freil, News Editor

September 24, 2013

Filed under City News

The College of Education organized a cleanup of Sumner Street on Thursday in an effort to clear any trash remaining after Sumner Fest. “We need to remember that children live in the neighborhood,” said Elizabeth Kerns,... Read more »

University begins search for the 16th president

By Heather Beyer, Editor-in-Chief

September 24, 2013

Filed under UA Presidential Transition

As the university embarks on a search for its 16th president, university officials announce the Board of Trustees is soliciting proposals from qualified firms to assist in the search. After 15 years of serving as president,... Read more »

Students for Life raise awareness through protest

By Kal Matar

September 19, 2013

Filed under Campus News

On Saturday morning, Students for Life members and locals of the Akron community gathered together in front of the Akron Women’s Medical Group clinic at 839 E. Market St. to participate in the National Day of Remembrance for... Read more »

University of Akron on display

By Morgan Hummel, News Editor

September 19, 2013

Filed under Campus News

This weekend marks the second annual UA on Display event, hosted and sponsored by The University of Akron. Both prospective and current students, as well as UA alumni, are invited to the Stile Athletics Field House Saturday, Sept.... Read more »

Board of Trustrees approves Akron-AAUP contract

By Heather Beyer, Editor-in-Chief

September 17, 2013

Filed under Campus News

  At a meeting Monday, the Board of Trustees approved a collective bargaining agreement between the Akron chapter of the American Association of University Professors (Akron-AAUP) for an 18-month term ending on June 30,... Read more »

Diversity meets Akron

By Katelyn Freil, News Editor

September 17, 2013

Filed under Campus News

The University of Akron is offering a weeklong event geared to help students realize diversity across campus. Diversity Week,  is a program designed for UA students and is comprised of events from 14 different organizations... Read more »

SFL fights for its life

By Morgan Hummel, News Editor

September 12, 2013

Filed under Campus News

Students for Life is a branch of Students for Life of America, the most active and largest youth anti-abortion organization in the United States. When asked why she joined SFL, Secretary Jacqueline Culley said, “Passion for... Read more »

Flags cover campus in remembrance

By Katelyn Freil, News Editor

September 12, 2013

Filed under Campus News

The University of Akron College Republicans placed 3,000 flags across campus this week in remembrance of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. ... Read more »

UA Career Center makes big changes

By Kara Hemphill, Copy Editor

September 12, 2013

Filed under Campus News

The Career Center has recently restructured to better serve the students at The University of Akron in the coming semesters. Most apparent of these changes is the center’s new location in Student Union Room 211. The new location... Read more »

Formula team preps for more competition

By Victoria Teresko

September 10, 2013

Filed under Campus News, Sports

Imagine creating something with a group of students and then shipping the end result halfway around the world to compete against upwards of 100 other teams. This is exactly what Zips Racing, the Formula SAE (Society of Automotive... Read more »

Student runs from zombies in 5K course

By Katelyn Freil, News Editors

September 10, 2013

Filed under Campus News

Running a 5K can be challenging, but running a 5K with obstacles, mud and zombies presents a different kind of challenge. Jessica Johnson, a communication graduate at The University of Akron, did just that on Saturday at the... Read more »

Three charged in Sumner Fest riot

By Heather Beyer, Editor-in-Chief

September 10, 2013

Filed under City News

Police said Monday that three arrests have been made involving the riots at Sumner Fest held on Labor Day weekend on Sumner Street near The University of Akron campus. Two of those arrested were University of Akron students,... Read more »

Despicablimp floats into Akron

By Megan Bodenschatz, Arts & Life Editor

September 5, 2013

Filed under City News

Whether you are despicable enough to steal the moon or defeat El Macho, your day is sure to be brightened by the bright fluorescent 165-foot-long and 55-foot-high “minion” floating all across the United States’ skies. ... Read more »

Police seek Sumner Fest evidence

By Katelyn Freil, News Editor

September 5, 2013

Filed under City News

As partygoers celebrated the last weekend of summer, police responded to riots at the 400 block of Sumner Street around midnight Saturday, where the partiers had trashed and flipped a parked car. The party, known by many University... Read more »

Akron students await housing

By Morgan Hummel, News Editor

September 5, 2013

Filed under Campus News

Residence Life and Housing made new leaps and bounds this move-in season. They faced an overwhelming number of requests for on-campus housing this fall. “Students have been provided options in Gallucci until space becomes... Read more »

The road to cheerleading nationals

By Alexa Lago, Opinion Editor

August 28, 2013

Filed under Campus News, Sports

During the football and basketball seasons, fans get to see the tamer aspect of cheerleading. Where the cheers and stunts seem effortless, the team’s enthusiasm is tenfold. What remains unseen is the grueling hours of practice,... Read more »

New luxury off-campus student housing to open for fall 2014

By Katelyn Freil, News Editor

August 26, 2013

Filed under City News

The Depot, the latest in off-campus student housing for The University of Akron, is currently under construction and is slated to be finished in time for the 2014 fall semester. Located on East Exchange Street, this $30 million,... Read more »

Student Union changes in big and small ways

By Gabby Glandorf

August 26, 2013

Filed under Campus News

On their return this fall semester, students will notice quite a few differences in the Student Union. According to Anne Bruno, director of the Student Union, one of the main changes that took place over the summer was to Zee’s... Read more »

Proenza to step down as president next year

By Heather Beyer, Editor-in-Chief

August 26, 2013

Filed under UA Presidential Transition

After 15 years of serving as president of The University of Akron, Luis M. Proenza announced a transition plan to complete his presidency on June 30, 2014 at a regular meeting of the university’s Board of Trustees earlier this... Read more »

OMD After the Protest

May 2, 2013

Filed under News

Maria Guess-Cousins Last week, many students rallied in a silent protest on the front of Buchtel Hall’s steps. Students of many backgrounds shared similar interests as they stood with their mouths duck taped. Prior... Read more »

Student dives into hobby

May 2, 2013

Filed under News

Victoria Teresko Imagine being 13,000 feet in the air in a plane and then deciding, on your own free will, that jumping out would be the most fun option. For junior Adam Ghannoum, who studies mechanical engineering... Read more »

WZIP year ends on high note

May 2, 2013

Filed under News

Forrest Dukes The University of Akron’s radio station ended the school year by winning awards and breaking old records. “WZIP is what I always listen to going home and coming up for classes, work, or whatever I may be doing... Read more »

Running in the red

Running in the red

April 30, 2013

Speech contest awards UA students

April 30, 2013

Filed under News

Katelyn Freil A speech contest held last Tuesday awarded five students from various classes around campus. Paige Dobbins, a freshman anthropology major at The University of Akron, won the first prize of $1,000... Read more »

Student’s passions lead to busy life

April 30, 2013

Filed under News

Victoria Teresko Imagine balancing being a full time student, an athlete, a coach, and having a part-time job. This is a reality for Patsy Ford, a junior studying mechanical engineering. Ford is passionate about... Read more »

Flash mob at UA

Flash mob at UA

April 23, 2013

Lithgow presents at E.J. Thomas

April 23, 2013

Filed under Arts & Life, News

Zaina Salem Akron gave a warm welcome to award-winning actor John Lithgow on April 18. Raised in Akron, this was Lithgow’s first time visiting in 52 years. He addressed his audience at E.J. Thomas Hall as... Read more »

Dakaboom

Dakaboom

April 18, 2013

Protest reactions

April 18, 2013

Filed under News

Morgan Hummel Last week, students on college campuses nationwide carried empty holsters in support of the concealed carry movement. The Empty Holster Protest, as it has come to be called by Students for Concealed... Read more »

Tips for renting

Tips for renting

April 16, 2013

NPHC promotes community

By Maria Guess-Cousins

April 16, 2013

Filed under News

Maria Guess-Cousins The National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc. (NPHC) is compromised of nine international Greek letter fraternities and sororities also known as the “Divine Nine.” The University of Akron... Read more »

Veterans hope to set national bar

By Katelyn Freil

April 9, 2013

Filed under News

Katelyn Freil When a veteran comes to The University of Akron, many of them hope to get class credits for skills they have gained while in the service. To do so, the application for credit must go through many... Read more »

Pool champions

Pool champions

April 9, 2013

ALiCE training

ALiCE training

April 4, 2013

Akron graduate writes book about experiences

By Victoria Teresko

April 2, 2013

Filed under News

Victoria Teresko What do you get when you combine a life changing moment and a positive attitude? The answer is the topic for a book by Barb Frye, recent graduate from the master’s program of clinical counseling... Read more »

It’s better with the lights off

March 21, 2013

Filed under News

Morgan Hummel The basement of Bulger Residence Hall consists of the shine from black lights and glow paint. Resident assistants stand before the packed room holding a bucket stuffed with anonymous questions submitted... Read more »

Athletic training goes beyond stereotypes

March 21, 2013

Filed under News, Sports

Matthew Balsinger buchtelitesportseditor@uakron.edu Think of the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of athletic trainers. You may have an image in your head of some sport you idolize, or some dumb jocks who are... Read more »

Upcoming acts at Tangier

March 19, 2013

Filed under News

Priscilla Spencer The Tangier Cabaret in Akron has been known as one of Ohio’s best showplaces for years, with diverse musical acts attracting attention from all walks of life. Located in Akron, and with acts... Read more »

USG candidates debate in midst of voting

March 19, 2013

Filed under News

Forrest Dukes Andrew P. White and Turner Anderson battled one another on topics of budget, safety, demand and more at The University Student Government (USG) Presidential Debate.... Read more »

Domestic violence across America and in Akron

March 19, 2013

Filed under News

Clare McKee Every nine seconds, a woman is assaulted or beaten in the United States, according to domesticviolencestatistics.org. In addition, more than three women are murdered by their husbands or boyfriends... Read more »

UA women in power

UA women in power

March 14, 2013

Tecca aims high on and off the court

March 14, 2013

Filed under News

Bridget Linton Whether she’s hitting the hardwood or hitting the books, Rachel Tecca has had incredible success on and off the court this basketball season. Tecca is no stranger to victory. As a graduate from... Read more »

Engineering a minority

March 14, 2013

Filed under News

Rachel Salyer When a person envisions a teacher, nurse or secretary, they probably picture a female. Picture an engineer, architect or mathematician — is it a male? Women like Renee Horn and Lauren Kukwa are... Read more »

#ThinkBigger

March 12, 2013

Filed under News, Sports

Matthew Balsinger On Saturday, Marla Ridenour of the Akron Beacon Journal published a rather forceful article to describe the possible impact of Alex Abreu’s actions on the Zips’ remarkable season. Ridenour... Read more »

Impactful women

March 12, 2013

Filed under News

Chris Phillips The contributions of women in history often go overlooked. Akron has many historical women, and the Women’s History Project of the Akron Area has created a website to profile these historical... Read more »

A Rose among thorns

March 12, 2013

Filed under News

Victoria Teresko Making a difference in someone’s life can be gratifying. Whether it is being someone’s listening ear, helping hand, or a friendly smile. These are some of the things that Christine Rose does... Read more »

Grant used to provide new internships and co-ops

March 7, 2013

Filed under News

Gabby Glandorf The University of Akron recently received a little under a million dollars through the Ohio Means Internships and Co-Ops (OMIC) grant. “The goal of the grant is to open up new paid internship... Read more »

The voice of Goofy stops by UA

March 7, 2013

Filed under News

Alexandra Didato The Student Union Theater was packed Wednesday afternoon as Bill Farmer, the voice of Disney’s Goofy, spoke about leadership at Sigma Lambda’s UA Leads program. Farmer opened up his speech... Read more »

CMT party informs students

March 5, 2013

Filed under News

Alexandra Didato Try slapping your hand for 30 seconds, while spinning around in a circle, all while balancing yourself on your toes. The tingling sensation in your hand, strain in your calves, and lack of control... Read more »

Campus service helpful but unknown to many

March 5, 2013

Filed under News

Krista Hunt If a student is locked out of their car, there is no need to panic. The Campus Patrol and University of Akron Police Department (UAPD) partner up and provide a free lockout and battery jump service... Read more »

UA now SVA member

March 5, 2013

Filed under News

Katelyn Freil The University of Akron has taken becoming veteran-friendly one step further. UA recently became the newest chapter of Student Veterans of America (SVA), a program that connects veteran college... Read more »

Victory in Athens

Victory in Athens

February 28, 2013

African-American professor tells rare tale

February 28, 2013

Filed under News

Chris Phillips Dr. Charles DeBose, a professor at The University of Akron, is bicultural, bilingual, historical, worldly and a musician. All of those adjectives are impressive, but DeBose was also the first... Read more »