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A piece of tile on a plaque that says "Hitler stood here" is going to be on display in Alden Library's Ryan Room. It was a gift from WWII war correspondent and famous news anchor Walter Cronkite to his friend Cornelius Ryan who also reported on the war. He sent him a note that says it is from Hitler's bunker. The authenticity of the tile is disputed because the note is the only evidence of it being from the bunker. People working on the Ryan Room describe it as a fun object and hope it brings people to view everything else on display. That includes questionnaires from the war and other war artifacts. They hope to open by the end of the semester or by June 6 for the anniversary of D-Day. Video by: Donovan Hunt, Nicholas Kobe and Owen McDermott

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2024 Ohio University Orientation Guide

The 2024 fall semester is quickly approaching, and The Post is very excited to welcome our new Bobcats to campus! This video offers a tour of everything you need to know about on campus, while highlighting some of the Marching 110's unforgettable music. We are so excited to have you on campus Bobbies! Video by: Kendall Timms & Hailey Dunne Visit our website: https://www.thepostathens.com/ Find us on social media: Instagram: @thepostathens & @thepostmultimedia Twitter: @thepost Facebook: @thepostathens


Pro Palestine protest to call on university officials to disclose investments in Israel

Ohio University's Students for Justice in Palestine organized a protest on Wednesday, urging the university to divest from and disclose investments in Israel. They also wanted to show their solidarity with the people of Gaza and call for an immediate cease fire. Video by: Kendall Timms & Ranjini Shank Visit our website: https://www.thepostathens.com/ Find us on social media: Instagram: @thepostathens & @thepostmultimedia Twitter: @thepost Facebook: @thepostathens



West Union Street Construction

Road construction on West Union Street has been going on since this past summer and is set to be finished by December 2024. The purpose of this project is to improve safety conditions, intersections and accessibility. Although these improvements are necessary, they have had a significant impact on motorists and businesses on West Union Street. Video by: Dan Gray & Ranjini Shank Visit our website: https://www.thepostathens.com/ Find us on social media: Instagram: @thepostathens & @thepostmultimedia Twitter: @thepost Facebook: @thepostathens

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