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November

  • Nov 21, 2012 7:30 AMKids’ Tech University at BGSU opens world of science
    Following the successful launch of the Kids’ Tech University (KTU) program at Bowling Green State University last year, the University has announced the lineup of invited speakers for the 2013 program. Kids’ Tech is designed to let kids explore scientific concepts through hands-on activities as they discover more about the world and nature, while nurturing the future workforce in science, technology, engineering and mathematics by sparking children’s interest in those fields.

  • Nov 19, 2012 6:15 AMHoliday season begins with ArtsXtravaganza at BGSU
    The lush sounds and swirl of Carnevale will fill the Fine Arts Center and the Wolfe Center for the Arts at this year’s ArtsXtravaganza at Bowling Green State University. From 6-10 p.m. on Nov. 30, the community is invited to share an evening of music, art, theater, dance, shopping and activities for the whole family.

  • Nov 2, 2012 6:30 AMNational leader in psychology of religion recognized with Samaritan award
    Dr. Kenneth Pargament, a professor of psychology at Bowling Green State University and Distinguished Scholar at the Institute for Spirituality and Health at the Texas Medical Center, is now part of a list that includes former First Ladies Betty Ford, Barbara Bush and Rosalynn Carter. Pargament was presented the 2012 National Samaritan award Nov. 1 during a ceremony in Denver.

  • Nov 16, 2012 2:10 PMFalcon Flames Face Weather Trifecta
    As driving rains, pounding surf and howling winds from Hurricane Sandy converged on the town of Ho-Ho-Kus in northern New Jersey, residents were ordered to evacuate. However, as a lieutenant in the Volunteer Ambulance Corp., emergency medical technician (EMT), and a member of the community Office of Emergency Management (OEM), First Responder Gordon Hamm ’87 needed to stay and face the forces unleashed by Mother Nature and all the ensuing havoc.

  • Nov 1, 2012 2:50 PMSaving Lake Erie
    Walking toward the shores of Lake Erie during the summer, it is easy to imagine visiting a sparkling tropical ocean. The turquoise water glimmers in the sun as gentle waves lap at the white beach. A capricious breeze carries the animated sounds of birds chirping among the reeds and grasses. Walking toward the shores of Lake Erie during the summer, it is easy to imagine visiting a sparkling tropical ocean. The turquoise water glimmers in the sun as gentle waves lap at the white beach. A capricious breeze carries the animated sounds of birds chirping among the reeds and grasses.