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Student Artwork Showcased In Exhibit

27 Mar , 2019  

Creativity is key when it comes to student artwork at The Ohio State University at Mansfield. Freshman art major Abby Vincent (pictured) exudes creativity and originality in her artwork.

She has been chosen to participate in the 2019 Student Exhibition beginning Tuesday, April 2 through April 16 at the Pearl Conard Gallery located in Ovalwood Hall. The annual student exhibition showcases artwork created by students during the academic year. More…

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Two OSUM Students Realize Benefits From Paid Internships

25 Mar , 2019  

Obviously, attending classes and getting good grades is an important component of academic success for students at The Ohio State University at Mansfield. That shared, securing an internship can be that extra step that leads to their career success. Make it a paid internship, as an estimated 90 percent of internships available at the Mansfield campus are, and that’s the icing on the graduation cake.

Ryan Jenkins and Hannah Williams (pictured above) have both completed internships and experienced the benefits they can bring. More…


OSU National Championship Receiver Keynoting OSUM Alumni Event

22 Mar , 2019  

A member of a collegiate football national championship team is coming to Mansfield.

Jamal Luke took a chance on chasing his dream, and it made him a national champion. Luke left Tiffin University and walked on to the Ohio State football team because he knew he needed to pursue his dream of being a Buckeye. More…

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Sensory Tools Now Available At Mansfield Schools Elementary Buildings

19 Mar , 2019  

Teachers in all kindergarten through third-grade classrooms now have special sensory tools to help students who have difficulty paying attention, focusing on their work or completing tasks on time.

Dahni Reynolds, Mansfield City Schools’ board certified behavior analyst, reviewed the tools with Springmill STEM Elementary teachers on Friday, completing a week of training for staff at each elementary and the Spanish Immersion School. The sensory materials range from weighted lap pads to core disks (sensory seats) and from visual timers to stress balls and fidgets. All are designed to assist teachers in helping children self-regulate their behavior and improve learning. More…


Another Year, More Tyger Art Winners

15 Mar , 2019  

Mansfield Senior High School has continued its tradition of having several students among the state winners in the annual Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition.

The works of eight Tyger artists were judged state winners from among approximately 11,500 high school entries at 15 regional competitions. More…

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Meet Jordan Brauchler: A Video Introduction

13 Mar , 2019  

From time to time, The Ohio State University at Mansfield introduces one of its students as a means of sharing stories of how the local campus is meeting the educational needs of a new generation. This week, the focus is on Jordan Brauchler of Lexington. More…


Former WWF Wrestler, Current Entrepreneur Speaking At OSUM

12 Mar , 2019  

Being seen fifteen million views on one YouTube video.

That’s one just thing that Dallas Page has accomplished. Page is the guest speaker later this month at The Ohio State University of Mansfield as sponsored by the National Society of Leadership and Success. More…


Schools, Sports

Tyger Sent Off To State In Style

7 Mar , 2019  

Josh Lyons felt the love and support of his school Thursday morning as he left for the Division II state wrestling tournament in Columbus.

Students, faculty and staff lined the walls of Mansfield Senior High’s upper level hallway, applauding and cheering as Lyons walked ahead of a congratulatory banner and the Tyger marching band. More…

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Mansfield Schools Cancels Staff In-Service Day

4 Mar , 2019  

According to the adopted 2018-2019 school year calendar, Mansfield Schools teachers were set for an In-Service Day this coming Friday, March 8, which would also be a vacation day for students.

That situation has now changed. Due to the number of school closings which have been taken this year, March 8 will now be a regular school day. Students are therefore expected to attend school that day. More…



2 Mar , 2019  

The Ohio State University at Mansfield will receive more than $80,000 in grant funding from the Ohio State Sustainability Fund (OSSF) to purchase and install LED outdoor lighting fixtures across the Mansfield campus. Nearly 150 new fixtures will be installed along all campus roadways and in the parking lots. The funding was approved by the Office of Energy and Environment. More…



Third Graders Heading To The Bee

26 Feb , 2019  

No, not that kind of bee.

The third annual Mansfield 3rd Grade Spelling Bee will be held this Thursday, February 28, in the Mansfield Senior High School auditorium. Spelling will begin at 3 PM.

Eleven local and area schools will participate. One hundred thirty third-graders are registered to participate. More…


Ohio State Mansfield To Continue Digital Flagship Initiative

25 Feb , 2019  

When Trustees of The Ohio State University recently met in Columbus, they voted to double down on a program that saw students at the Mansfield campus receive technology at the start of their collegiate experience.

As we shared in a March 28, 2018 post entitled, “OSU Mansfield First-Years To Be Outfitted With Tech,” first-year students this past autumn were to be given a free iPad package that includes the iPad Pro, smart keyboard, case, Apple pencil, Apple Care+ and a suite of applications to enhance their learning experience. The technology is part of the Digital Flagship initiative. More…



Man Taken Into Custody Thursday On OSUM Campus

15 Feb , 2019  

As shared by the Ohio State Department of Public Safety:

Thursday afternoon, witnesses reported a man with a concealed carry weapon on the Ohio State Mansfield campus. Police responded and located the man inside Conard Learning Center at 1650 University Drive. Initial reports indicate no threats were made. More…



Buckeye Couple Travel Through Life, School Together

15 Feb , 2019  

Joi and James Davis’ love story didn’t begin as Buckeyes, but their bond has grown stronger as they’ve gone through their Buckeye journey together.

The couple first met at a church youth ministry camp in Zanesville, Ohio. “He handed me a piece of paper with his name, phone number, and address on it. I kept it for a long time after,” Joi grins. “I had just graduated from high school so I was getting ready for college. He started writing letters and our relationship just blossomed from there.” More…