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Alumni Magazine | Fall 2023 Edition
The Marching 110 has a storied history at OHIO, but its origins go back further than most realize. This year marks the 100th birthday of the University’s marching band.
By Jessie Balmert, BSJ ’09
A timeline of Marching 110 major events and leaders
Learn the Marching 110's special language
The Marching 110 isn't the only band around
Those interested in World War II history won’t want to miss the refreshed exhibit on Alden Library’s fifth floor.
By Emma Henterly, BSJ '10
Dr. Andrew Yuan’s pioneering spirit in physiatry
By Sarah Filipiak, BSJ '01, BS '23
The Ohio University Innovation Center has been incubating startups since 1983
By Cat Hofacker, BSJ '18
OHIO’s new president focuses on the University’s greatest strengths
By Robin Oliver
Keith and Deborah Wandell’s generous $2.5 million contribution to leadership education at OHIO
By Sarah Filipiak, BSJ ’01, BS ’23
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The Soldiers and Sailors monument is an iconic landmark on College Green, but have you ever wondered about the history behind it?
By Ohio Today Magazine Staff
Archaeology students at OHIO are uncovering fabulous finds, from the Middle East to right here in Southeast Ohio.
Bobcats make the news—and the OHIO community proud--every day.
Ohio University’s newest Distinguished Professor discusses what he loves about his field and teaching it to others.
By Carmen Szukaitis
The University’s esteemed journalism program got its start 100 years ago, when English professor Raymond Slutz offered the first OHIO journalism course.
A nuanced story about the people and dynamics that reshaped this region and determined who would control it
By Laura M. André
Three new certificate programs offer a variety of hands-on experiences in Automation, Mechatronics, and Jewish Studies
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Social work is just one career path that can allow a person to help others and make a real impact on their communities.
By Jalyn Bolyard
Sarah Dreitzler-Swenson has returned to Ohio University Chillicothe as the new Career Development Coordinator, bringing with her diverse experiences and a passion for guiding students on their own paths to success.
One OHIO student entrepreneur will win $5,000 to help transform their life sciences idea into reality.
By Grace Miller, '24