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OSUM Alum — Buckeye Banker

17 Nov , 2017  

The Ohio State University at Mansfield has initiated a series of posts entitled “Alumni Conversations.” In each, an OSUM alum is profiled. The goal of the series is to identify how “alumni at The Ohio State University at Mansfield have changed lives, traveled the world, and become great leaders in their communities.”

Today, the focus was on a local graduate who is in the beginning stages of a career in banking. Recently, Randal Roberts-Anderson was named 2017 Honorary Chair of The Ohio State University at Mansfield’s campaign during Richland Gives.  More…

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Mansfield School One Of Four Statewide Named As High Performing School Of Honor

15 Nov , 2017  

Ohio is recognizing 12 schools today for maintaining high academic achievement among their students, including many from economically disadvantaged circumstances that can make learning difficult. The Ohio Department of Education named two Schools of Promise, four High Performing Schools of Honor and nine High Progress Schools of Honor. Each program has its own criteria. Two schools received more than one award.

Included among the four High Performing Schools of Honor was Mansfield’s Spanish Immersion School. More…

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OSUM Alum Finds Career Post At University Of North Carolina

14 Nov , 2017  

The Ohio State University at Mansfield has initiated a series of posts entitled “Alumni Conversations.” In each, an OSUM alum is profiled. The goal of the series is to identify how “alumni at The Ohio State University at Mansfield have changed lives, traveled the world, and become great leaders in their communities.”

Today, the focus was on a local graduate who now works for the University of North Carolina. More…

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Breakfast Important To Mansfield Students

13 Nov , 2017  

Each school day between 1,600 and 1,700 Mansfield City Schools students have breakfast in school cafeterias. The federally-funded meals are free to all children regardless of family income.

The Food and Nutrition Service of the United States Department of Agriculture underwrites the nonprofit breakfast program, administered statewide by the Ohio Department of Education. More…

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The Heidi Chronicles Begin This Evening

9 Nov , 2017  

Tonight through Sunday, the Theatre Department of The Ohio State University at Mansfield presents “The Heidi Chronicles.”

In a romp through the last half of the 20th century, Heidi Holland tries to find her bearings in a rapidly changing world. She watches her friends of the 1960s move from idealism and political radicalism through militant feminism and, eventually, back to the materialism they once rejected. Can her liberation be achieved? Only if she can be true to herself. More…

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Combined Choir Concert To Honor Military Veterans

7 Nov , 2017  

The choirs of Mansfield Senior High and Mansfield Middle School will present “America,” a tribute to military veterans at 7 PM on Thursday, November 9.

The free program in the auditorium will be led by vocal music director Dirk Eachus and vocal music teacher Dalton Phillips. “The concert will be a tribute to those who serve,” Eachus said. “Members of the armed forces will be represented during the program.” More…

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Middle School Parent Fair On November 16

6 Nov , 2017  

Practical resources for parents, an amazing free dinner and a raffle for gift cards will be featured at the Mansfield Middle School Parent Fair on Thursday, November 16.

The 5:30 to 8 PM program is open to all parents of students in grades seven through 12. Free child care will be provided for toilet-trained 3-year-olds and other children up to age 10. More…

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Lunch At OSU Mansfield To Celebrate Women’s Movement

31 Oct , 2017  

Thanks to the generous support of The Women’s Place of The Ohio State University, the Ohio State Mansfield Theatre Department is pleased to present a Lunch & Learn session entitled “Celebrating The Women’s Movement Then and Now.“

This event will take place in the on the same day that The Heidi Chronicles – a play about the Women’s Movement from the 1960s to the 1990s – opens in Founders Auditorium at 7:00 PM. More…

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Ohio State Mansfield Basketball Tip-Off Right Around The Corner

30 Oct , 2017  

It’s the time of year when high school football ends and collegiate and high school basketball takes center stage.

With that comes the opening games for the 2017-2018 season for The Ohio State University at Mansfield’s men’s and women’s basketball squads. Both are members of the Ohio Regional Campus Conference (ORCC) which OSUM joined in 2010. The ORCC includes nine regional campuses from Ohio State, Ohio University, Akron, Wayne State, and Miami University. More…

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Mansfield Senior Students Heading To SkillsUSA Leadership Conference

27 Oct , 2017  

A major effort to advance the Career Tech Education program at Mansfield Senior High will begin next week when a Tyger delegation attends the SkillsUSA Ohio Fall Leadership Conference in Columbus.

“Participation in SkillsUSA is a wonderful opportunity for our students,” said Assistant Principal Scott Musser, director of the Career Tech program. “It offers the means for them to demonstrate their technical and leadership skills.” More…

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Pearl Conard Gallery Presents Exhibition By Michigan State Professor

26 Oct , 2017  

The Pearl Conard Gallery at Ohio State Mansfield is proud to present recent works by artist Alisa Henriquez. She combines material gathered from popular and glamour culture with digitized and magnified images from contemporary media, art history, and autobiographical sources. Henriquez is currently an Associate Professor of Studio Art at Michigan State University. More…

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OSUM Student Veteran Selected For Leadership Institution

24 Oct , 2017  

The Ohio State University at Mansfield student and veteran, Mike Carroll has been selected to participate in the Student Veterans of America (SVA) Leadership Institution. He will spend three-days in Dallas, TX. The SVA’s Leadership Institute trains student veterans how to be leaders in the chapter, campus, and community.

Carroll says, “Being invited to the SVA Leadership Institute is both an honor and very humbling. I view this as an opportunity for me to continue to develop, both personally and professionally.” He continues, “I hope to use this experience as a way to better serve my fellow veterans and community.” More…