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Daily Rundown: Ohio Baseball wins series against Kent State, Monday drag show plans to thrill students, pride week gathers students together through conversation and more
Stigma and lack of awareness create barriers for gynecological and sexual healthcare in the region.
Athens City Council ordinance to further define race explained, a preview of fest season with Athens DJs, what you need to know about an upcoming Jewish holiday and more
How miscommunication led to disconnect: looking at the tension between OU administration and OU students and faculty
Faculty and students feel that the administration should be more transparent, while the administration feels there are processes they don’t understand.
Extended construction on Court Street Coffee and The Little Professor is expected to come to a close in September following months of renovations.
While many Ohio University students spent their summers working internships and relaxing in their hometowns, Athens restaurants were busy renovating, changing and preparing for students to return to campus.
OU housing develops plans to renovate residence halls; students express the need for renovation of some dorms
The catwalk connecting Nelson Commons to the South Green catwalks is undergoing demolition to open up green space.
Ohio University students and faculty have worked this summer to achieve the university’s sustainability goals outlined in its Climate Action Plan as the community learns more about how they can get involved.
As she begins her second year as the special assistant to the president for public health operations, Ice is prepared to move forward in the new era of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ohio University’s Shively Hall will be converted into an academic space for the Fall Semester, and professors and students alike are facing uncertainty as to what their classes will look like.
OU student organizations rely on social media to recruit new members among uncertainty of in-person recruitment
Ohio University’s student organizations plan to use their resources both virtually and in-person for recruitment in the fall after a year disrupted by COVID-19.
Ohio University students have had to face obstacles associated with Summer Semester courses this year, including the mostly online setting and the cancellation of meal plans for those in-person.
Senate Executives, SAC, the Judicial Panel and commissioners all work together to create the OU Student Senate.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine appointed a new student member to the Ohio University Board of Trustees on Thursday.
Ohio University announced Thursday it will open virtual forums in the search for the next Assistant Vice President of Enrollment Management and Director of Undergraduate Admissions.
Ohio University announced Tuesday there will be an in-person commencement ceremony for all 2020 graduates Sept. 5.
OU’s student organizations plan for the future, reflect on their struggles from the online environment
Ohio University’s student organizations plan for more in-person meetings in the Fall Semester after struggling with inconsistency during the 2020-21 school year.
Athens City School District plans to vaccinate students in effort to get them back in the classroom for fall
The Athens City School District has plans with the Athens City-County Health Department to vaccinate students and encourage a return to in-person classes in the fall.