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OUE Celebrates 60 Years

2017 marks OUE’s diamond anniversary

JENNIFER COMPSTON-STROUGH Managing Editor ST. CLAIRSVILLE — This year marks the diamond anniversary of Ohio University Eastern, but the institution’s origins actually stretch back for more than two centuries. Sixty years ago in 1957, more than a decade ...

60 Facts about Ohio University Eastern

1) 2017 marks Ohio University Eastern’s 60th anniversary. 2) The city of Martins Ferry became the initial location of the university campus established in eastern Ohio. 3) Under the leadership of the Belmont County Board of Commissioners and Consolidated Coal Co., more than 330 ...

OUE athletics saturated with success

By BUBBA KAPRAL Executive Sports Editor ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Small in quantity, rich in quality. Ohio University Eastern offers just four athletic programs. That quartet, however, is steeped in a rich winning tradition. OUE athletics are under the direction of E.J. Schodzinski. The former ...

The ‘Nay’ story on Ney and OUE

By JOSELYN KING For The Times Leader ST. CLAIRSVILLE — It was a particularly pungent problem that inspired former East Ohio politician Bob Ney to work to obtain the funding for a physical fitness facility and showers on the Ohio University Eastern campus in St. Clairsville, and for the ...

Many UL educators are products of OUE

By ROBERT DEFRANK Times Leader Staff Writer MORRISTOWN — Over the course of its 60 years in Belmont County, Ohio University Eastern has educated a large number of education professionals, several of whom are employed by the Union Local School District today. UL Superintendent Ben Porter ...

OUE provides affordability and convenience for local residents

By JANELL HUNTER Times Leader Staff Writer ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Ohio University Eastern lives up to its mission statement, according to local professionals who attended the college. The stated mission of Ohio University Eastern is to “provide access to affordable and high-quality ...

Local teachers say OUE helped them become better educators

By SHELLEY HANSON And DYLAN McKENZIE Times Leader Staff Writers MARTINS FERRY — Local teachers who graduated from Ohio University Eastern say the school helped them become the thoughtful educators they are today. Erica Alexander, a seventh-grade teacher at Triadelphia Middle School who ...