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OUL Theatre Students Act Out Crisis Situations To Help Local Law Enforcement

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photo provided Last week, students from the Ohio University Lancaster Theatre program helped community law enforcement officials prepare for crisis situations.  The students used their acting skills to depict crisis scenarios during Fairfield County’s Crisis Intervention Training (CIT), put on by the Fairfield County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Board (ADAMH). “The situations varied,”… Read More

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OU-Lancaster, Festival Partnership Gets New Name, Act for Spring Show

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The covered bridge at OU-Lancaster has been the literal link between the campus and the Lancaster Festival for more than 25 years.

That’s one of the many reasons why a new name for a relatively new partnership between the Lancaster Festival and OUL, The Covered Bridge Music Series, seems to make perfect sense. Country singer Elizabeth Cook is scheduled to perform on April 25.

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“LadyBug” Author To Speak At OU-Lancaster

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Carole Amber’s children’s book, The Gift of the LadyBug, is helping young people around the nation cope with struggles, tragedy or loss in their lives. Writing the book also helped its author turn one of the most difficult experiences of her life into a celebration of ladybugs.

Amber’s son, TJ, died in April, 2009 at 14 months old due to complications from Leigh syndrome. It was during this dark time in Amber’s life that a story about two horses who become the parents of a ladybug came to life.

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Unique Children’s Book Illustration Exhibit Opening At OU-Lancaster

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When you open up a children’s book, the illustrations on each page take you back to your childhood. Have you ever wondered how an adult artist learns to create childlike drawings to illustrate children’s books? You can find out at Ohio University Lancaster. 

Children’s Book Illustrations: The Circle of Creativity will be on display in the Raymond S. Wilkes Galley for the Visual Arts from Jan. 22 to March 21.