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About 400 volunteers are needed to help package meals on July 26 at the Perry Field House.

Volunteers needed for July 26 event to package meals

Staff reports July 10, 2024

The Bowling Green Rotary, BGSU's Marvin Center for Leadership, and BGSU Athletics are partnering with Kids Coalition Against Hunger to package 60,000 meals for distribution around the community and around...

 BGSU senior Emma Crusey will spend most of her summer in Taiwan after receiving a scholarship from the U.S. Department of State to study Chinese.

Scholarship lands BGSU student in Taiwan to study language

Staff reports July 9, 2024

BGSU senior Emma Crusey will spend most of her summer in New Taipei, Taiwan, continuing her Chinese language studies after receiving a Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) from the U.S. Department of State. Crusey...

A Bowling Green State University Police cruiser.

BGSU police training held on campus

Staff reports July 9, 2024

There will be an increased police presence on campus today and tomorrow (July 9 and 10) as BGSU police will host training for area offices. The training will focus on effective response to active threats. According...

Rainy weather

Beryl’s remnants could bring heavy rain Wednesday

Staff reports July 9, 2024

After battering Caribbean islands as a Category 4 hurricane, rolling through Texas as a Category 1 hurricane, Beryl has been downgraded to a tropical storm whose remnants will likely impact the Bowling...

Ice skaters

Learn to Skate begins at Slater July 9

Staff reports July 1, 2024

Another session of Learn to Skate classes begin July 9 at the Slater Family Ice Arena for ages three through adult, including first-time and beginner skill levels to advanced skill levels. There will...

Food insecurity

Ohio House bill targets college student food insecurity

Staff reports June 25, 2024

Two Ohio state legislators introduced House Bill 590, the Hunger-Free Campus Act, which would establish the Hunger-Free Campus Grant Program, a $2.5 million appropriation that would provide grants to colleges...

Person using a telescope

Planetarium to host double feature Sunday

Staff reports June 20, 2024

The BGSU Planetarium will host a double feature Sunday - "Two Small Pieces of Glass: The Amazing Telescope" and "Chasing the Ghost Particle: From the South Pole to the Edge of the Universe." The shows...

BGSU student Samantha Imrie is pursuing a masters degree in art history.

Internship, grant take master’s student to Europe

Staff reports June 19, 2024

When BGSU master's student Samantha Imrie submitted a research proposal, she said she figured she had nothing to lose. “I just said, ‘There’s no harm in applying,’ hoping they might like my...

Joe Schriner (BGSU Class of 1978) is running for president again.

Alum just an Average Joe running for president … again

Zach Hagedorn, BG Falcon Media June 19, 2024

Independent presidential candidate Joe “average Joe” Schriner is running for president ... again.  This will be his seventh time running for president. He first declared running for president back...

The 2023-24 BGSU cheer team.

Falcon cheer team continues quest for national title

Zach Hagedorn, BG Falcon Media June 18, 2024

Members of the BGSU cheer team said they hope to reclaim a national title after multiple years of high placements at Universal Cheer Association (UCA), but no title since 2014.   During the 2023-24...

Temperatures are expected to reach nearly 100 degrees this week.

Temperatures this week may reach 100, heat advisory issued

Staff reports June 17, 2024

Summer doesn't officially start until Thursday but forecasts this week call for temperatures to at least come close to 100 degrees multiple times. The National Weather Service forecast calls for a high...

Pro-Palestinian encampment at Michigan State University prior to being dismantled by police, April 29

Pro-Palestinian divestment encampments expand across U.S. college campuses

Kelly Doyle, Reporter June 17, 2024

Members of the BGSU community are speaking out about the Islamophobia they say they’ve faced amid a wave of protests on American college campuses from pro-Palestinian activists.  While BGSU has not...

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