Local writer Sharon Short reviews David Lee Garrison's poem "Chant of Change"
The Ohio Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS) has $100.2 billion in pension liabilities and $80.3 billion in assets
The lawsuit, which sought at least $170,000 in damages, also named as defendants John McCance, a consultant who helped WSU secure the debate, and his consulting firm as well as the Commission on Presidential Debates
“The board is unanimous in its belief that the negotiations are about flexibility,” board chairman Doug Fecher said during a recent trustees meeting
The Cost of Living Adjustment proposal now heads to the Ohio Legislature
Paul Leonard, former Dayton Mayor and Ohio Lt. Governor, was a member of the Ohio legislature when the WSU Medical School was approved
Racino has become an annual event.
Richard Williams, the Retiree Association's STRS representative to the Ohio Council of Higher Education Retirees (OCHER), reports on the October meeting
David McCullough and Amanda Wright Lane to spearhead campaign. Louis Shoup and Gary Barlow to have named areas within the center
Wright State University is undergoing a program prioritization process that could result in the merger of multiple departments and even entire colleges