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  • To: STATE EDITORS Contact: Andrea Summerlot, Director of University Relations, +1- 330-490-7296, asummerlot@walsh.edu, or Jason Fugitt, University Relations Coordinator, +1-330-490-7695 jfugitt@walsh.edu, both of Walsh University

  • In his two decades as a college football assistant, Brian Wright, a 1990 graduate of Wooster High School and 1994 graduate of The College of Wooster, has taken many lessons with him as he's climbed the coaching ladder from Walsh University, to Youngstown State, to Montana State to Florida Atlantic. One of the messages that sticks out to Wright is the one learned from Bob McFarland, who coached Wright during his long tenure at Wooster High -- the discipline and toughness required to lead a football team. Wright embodied that resilience in the greatest achievement of his coaching career and used it again to deal with the uncertainty that followed.

  • nBernadette Strausbaugh of Mountville graduated from Walsh University with a Master of Business Administration-management track degree. nDeborah Schram of Lancaster graduated from The State University of New York at New Paltz, where she received a bachelor's degree in contract.

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  • Another ballet about spring, Perséphone (1934), the result of collaboration between Ida Rubinstein (dancer/impresario), André Gide (poet), Jacques Coupeau (director), Kurt Jooss (choreographer), André Barsacq (stage designer), and Stravinsky (composer), resulted in a disaster of creative differences that could have banished the work forever to the archives. Despite this, Levitz contradicts Stephen Walsh (Stravinsky: A Creative Spring: Russia and France, 1882-1934 [Berkeley: University of California Press, 2002]), selectively taking Stravinsky at his word, using multiple sources to corroborate anything written or stated by Robert Craft, Stravinsky's amanuensis and notorious fabricator of the composer's aesthetic claims. [...]while Gide was struggling to present himself through Persépho...

  • At one point in an exhibition game against Walsh, University of Dayton basketball coach Archie Miller chastised senior Luke Fabrizius for taking a hasty 3-pointer. Luke," Miller barked, "that's not a good shot.

  • Seniors Jeremy Shardo (Versailles) and Lamar Skeeter (Fairmont) likely comprise the best backcourt combination college basketball fans have never heard of. That's because they play for Walsh University, an NAIA Division II private Catholic school in North Canton.

  • The Rev. John Walsh, University of Redlands chaplain, stressed Sunday night how timely Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s words still are, specifically in regard to the Occupy cause, when Walsh spoke at a service for King in the Memorial Chapel. Zach Neufeld gave a prelude on a grand piano on the stage, where 40-some people in attendance sat, before assistant chaplain Bill Maury-Holmes gave an invocation.

  • NORTH CANTON -- The multi-party political system in America was hard at work Thursday morning. Following a speech by Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan at Walsh University, supporters left Alumni Arena only to find protesters lining the street.

  • A business degree from the University of Missouri firmly in hand, Jake Walsh had pretty much decided he wanted to take another step forward. As the draft unfolded, he knew in his mind that if he was selected -- "no matter where it was or what round," he said -- he was going to sign a contract and play professional baseball. The Washington Nationals selected Walsh in the 34th round of the Major League Baseball draft on June 8. Walsh, who has one year of eligibility remaining, said last week in a phone interview that he was going to jump at this chance.

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