Ohio State Lima Advocates hear alumni stories

Alumni panel at Ohio State Lima Advocates meeting, Oct. 23, 2015.

Outstanding alumni talk about the different paths they took at Ohio State

Three Ohio State alumni sat down with the Ohio State Lima Advocates group to highlight the many ways you can be a Buckeye at The Ohio State University. These alums shared their stories. What's yours? Tell us your story.


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Chad Metzger

Chad Metzger

1993, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Edward Jones financial advisor

"Ohio State provides so many opportunities to get experience while you're in school. You have to go after the opportunities, but there are so many."

Cory Noonan

Cory Noonan

1999, Bachelor of Arts in Criminology

Allen County Commissioner

"Nothing sets your spine like the alma mater. It finds the spark in your body. We've all had that experience with OH when someone answers you back with IO."

Amanda Williams

Amanda Williams

2015, Bachelor of Science in Education

Second grade teacher, Liberty Arts Magnet

"I teach in the classroom where I student taught last year. A fellow alum teaches right across the hall. We're impacting our students each year. I'm spreading the Buckeye spirit and love with my students. I let them know that you can be a Buckeye right here in Lima."

The Cat that Walked by Himself opens Nov. 7

Join us for an opening reception for children's theatre

As part of the 20th anniversary celebration of the Theatre for Young Audiences, Ohio State Lima’s Theatre Department presents Rudyard Kipling’s The Cat that Walked by Himself Nov. 7, 14 and 15, 2015, in the Martha W. Farmer Theatre for the Performing Arts.

Please join us for a special reception celebrating the program from 6:15-7:15 p.m. in the Reed Hall Cafeteria before opening night. Special guests will include retired Dean and Director Violet I. Meek, who helped give the program its start.

For more about the show.

Stardust: The William Fowler Science Series

Stardust: Science Series

Stardust: The William Fowler Science Series, is planned to honor Lima native and Nobel prize winning astrophysicist William Fowler’s achievements. Stardust is a collaboration between the City of Lima, the Lima City Schools and The Ohio State University at Lima. Featured speaker, physicist and podcaster Paul Sutter takes the stage at 7 p.m., Thur., Nov. 19, in an event that is free and open to the public.

For more about Stardust.


The Cat That Walked by Himself children's theatre show opens
Martha W. Farmer Theatre for the Performing Arts


"Sky is Falling" Art Show Opening
Farmer Family Gallery


Ohio State versus Michigan football game
Ann Arbor, Michigan