The Buchtelite

UA Press hiring

By Samantha Hickey, News Editor

September 23, 2015

The UA Press, whose staff positions were eliminated as part of the administration’s sweeping summer cuts—then partly reinstated after weeks of community outrage—is now looking for another faculty member to join its editorial board. The Press, founded in 1988, publishes scholarly and trade books...

Popular science writer to speak at UA

Steven Johnson will visit UA on January 27.

By Michelle DeShon, Writer

January 22, 2015

  Steven Johnson, author of “Where Good Ideas Come From: The Natural History of Innovation,” “The Invention of Air,” and “The Ghost Map” will speak at UA On Tuesday, Jan. 27. Those familiar with Johnson’s writing and television programs will recognize his unique takes on science...

Sarah Vowell reads, rants and humorizes history

April 25, 2012

Written by: Molly Gase History, humor and book sales collided within the silos of the Quaker Square Ballroom on Tuesday evening as author Sarah Vowell spoke. Brought to one of UA’s more interesting properties by the English department’s NEOMFA (Northeast Ohio Master’s in Fine Arts), Vowell re...

Festival of Trees

November 30, 2011

By: Heather Beyer The Holiday Tree Festival featured magnificent displays of decorated full-size trees, wreaths, miniature trees and countless holiday creations. It also included local entertainment surrounded by 85,000 strings of dazzling lights. All display items are now for sale and proceeds help to sup...