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2005

  • Volleyball team nets $6,000 for Katrina victims
    December 23, 2005 - Denise Van De Walle was no doubt among many Americans who, when they heard that Hurricane Katrina had struck the Gulf Coast, thought “we have to do something for those people.”

  • Join send-off for Olympic hopeful Alissa Czisny
    December 16, 2005 - A community-wide send-off celebration will be held at the Bowling Green State University Ice Arena on Dec. 21 to honor figure skater and Olympic hopeful Alissa Czisny. A native of Bowling Green and a sophomore at BGSU, Czisny is competing at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships Jan. 12-14 in St. Louis, Mo., in hopes of qualifying for the 2006 U.S. Olympic team.

  • 52 BGSU students lend a hand to Mobile, Ala.
    December 14, 2005 - Fifty-two Bowling Green State University students, along with four staff members, will put the spirit of the season into action in Mobile, Ala. Rather than heading home after final exams, the BGSU students will board a bus to give several days of their holiday break to help Mobile residents still recovering from Hurricane Katrina.

  • Ground broken for Sebo Athletic Center
    December 02, 2005 - Ground was broken Friday (Dec. 2) afternoon for the new Sebo Athletic Center at Bowling Green State University's Doyt Perry Stadium.

  • MAC champs to meet Spartans in NCAA soccer
    November 08, 2005 - BGSU's women's soccer team has earned the Mid-American Conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Division I tournament by capturing the MAC Tournament title for the second straight

  • Bioethicist heads BGeXperience values program
    October 07, 2005 - A Cleveland Clinic bioethicist has been named the new director of BGeXperience, a Bowling Green State University program that leads first-year students to reflect on their values and make thoughtful judgments about difficult ethical issues they will confront as students and later as citizens and professionals.

  • Marilyn Horne to give master classes at BGSU
    September 26, 2005 - “Opera News” has called her “maybe the most influential singer in American history” and this fall, she’ll be teaching students at Bowling Green State University’s College of Musical Arts.

  • Professorship endowed by Scott Hamilton filled
    September 26, 2005 - Dr. Gene Poor has been named the first Ernest & Dorothy Hamilton Professor of Entrepreneurship at Bowling Green State University. The endowed professorship in the College of Business Administration was created with a gift from internationally known Olympic skater and Bowling Green native Scott Hamilton in memory of his parents, both of whom taught at the University.

  • Stanford professor a visiting scholar at BGSU
    September 09, 2005 - Noted scholar, critic and biographer Dr. Arnold Rampersad will make the first of three visits to Bowling Green State University next week as the 2005-06 President's Visiting Scholar in the Humanities.

  • BGSU to aid residents of Mobile, Alabama
    September 06, 2005 - While the campus community plans collection drives to benefit victims of Hurricane Katrina, Bowling Green State University already is offering classes to students displaced as a result of Katrina's fury.

  • With new director, COSMOS is poised to expand
    September 02, 2005 - Dr. Jodi Haney has been named the new director of the Center of Excellence in Science and Mathematics Education: Opportunities for Success (COSMOS) at Bowling Green State University.

  • U.S.News & World Report highly ranks BGSU programs