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“Educating ‘the whole student for the whole world’ means that we engage our students directly in learning how to be good neighbors,” President Hasseler said.
“We use every opportunity we can to encourage students to get involved with our local communities.” Bryce Vernon '21, from Adamsville, Ohio, volunteered at the John and Annie Glenn Museum, planting new flowers and weeding the flowerbeds, preparing them for the fall.
The projects were coordinated by the Student Life Office as part of Welcome Weekend.
“Muskingum’s history is filled with examples of service to others, and we work hard to carry on that legacy with every new class,” said Susan Waryck, dean of students at Muskingum University.
“It’s more than just a University in a town, it’s a University and a town working together with one another.” Maretta Babe '21, from Carrollton, Ohio, spent the morning tidying up at the National Road & Zane Grey Museum in Norwich.
A 16-year-old boy from Kent has been arrested at Stansted Airport on suspicion of terrorism offences, police said.
The teenager was held by counter-terrorism officers at around 4pm on Sunday as he prepared to board an international flight.
Shock footage of a BMW crashing into a roundabout at the A2 turn-off for Bluewater has been watched more than 400,000 times on Facebook.
The footage, posted earlier today, shows the car driving at speed along the A2 before losing control and ploughing into the roundabout.“We were thrilled that so many of our new students joined in to work on these projects today.” Students converged on a variety of locations, including New Concord Elementary, Friendship Preschool and Daycare, the New Concord Area Pool, the John and Annie Glenn Museum, the National Road & Zane Grey Museum the New Concord Reservoir, Collegial Woods Park, The Wilds and Zanesville High School among others. Hasseler spent the morning at the various project locations, assisting with service project tasks and encouraging the volunteers.