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In Memoriam: U.S. Rep. Donald J. Pease

By Kelly Durso

(November 25, 2002) — The Donald J. Pease Federal Building in Medina, Ohio, was dedicated on Oct. 25 in honor of Pease (BSJ ’53, MA ’55), who died in July at age 70 of a heart attack in his Oberlin home.

Hortin Award Nominations Welcome

By Staff

(November 23, 1999) — Do you know a journalism graduate whom you would like to nominate for the L.J. Hortin Distinguished Alumnus (or Alumna) Award?

Summertime, and the livin is… filled with workshops

By Staff

(August 17, 1991) — Anyone who’s been back to Athens in the summertime lately knows that the pace of life here slows.

Alumni receive Hortin award

By Jill Hoffmann

(August 20, 1988) — Ohio Congressman Donald J. Pease and Chicago Tribunes architecture critic Paul Gapp received the L.J. Hortin Distinguished Alumni Award during the School of Journalisms Annual Awards Banquet on April 28 attended by more than 300 students, faculty, alumni and guests.

The Ohio Journalist – CBS News correspondents, distinguished alumni headline Communication Week 1988 activities

By Staff

(March 19, 1988) — CBS News While House Correspondent Bill Plante, CBS News Correspondent, Writer-Producer Andy Rooney, Chicago Tribune Architecture Critic Paul Gapp, WCMH Sports Director Jimmy Crum, Chicago Tribune Syndicated Columnist Clarence Page and Ohio Lt. Gov. Paul Leonard are among the list of distinguished journalists and alumni to participate in this years Communication Week activities April 25-29 commemorating the 20th anniversary of the College of Communication.

Communication Week Winter 1988

By Staff

(March 19, 1988) — Journalism Day Schedule of Events

Don Pease Says:

By Staff

(August 1, 1983) — Switch from Journalism to Politics Not Difficult

Journalism Helpful Political Training

By Becky Barrow

(August 1, 1980) — Several OU graduates have discovered their training in journalism is helpful to them in politics.

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