News in brief — 11/15/12
Museum seeking time capsule items
IRONTON — A time capsule is being prepared at the Lawrence County Historical Society museum.
The capsule will be opened in 25 years in 2037. Items are being solicited that the donor believes would have significance when the capsule is opened 25 years from now.
They can be dropped off at the museum, 506 S. Sixth St., Saturdays and Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m. through Dec. 16.
Ohio coach accused of taking photos of nude boys
JACKSON TOWNSHIP (AP) — A Jackson High School basketball coach faces charges that he hid cameras in a locker room and videotaped nude boys.
The (Canton) Repository reports that 46-year-old Scott D. Studer faces multiple felony counts. Authorities using a search warrant entered his home at 6:15 a.m. Wednesday and found images of nude boys on a DVD, a laptop computer and a flash drive.
Police say over an eight-year period cameras were hidden in the locker room and were turned toward the showers.
Studer resigned Wednesday from his coaching job and his position as a building aide for the Jackson Local School District.
About 50 people met with police and school officials Wednesday evening to discuss the case, some of them irate.
Studer had been a coach for more than two decades.
Marshall seeks to boost international enrollment
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) — Marshall University is forming a partnership with INTO University Partnerships to raise its global profile and increase international student enrollment.
Marshall and INTO officials are scheduled to sign the partnership agreement Thursday.
More than 60 members of INTO’s international recruitment team will be on the Huntington campus on Thursday to learn about Marshall’s academic programs and tour facilities.