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As I sit down to write my last From the Editor’s Desk, it is under completely different circumstances than I originally thought.
It’s usually current and former Posties favorite time of year when we all gather for the yearly alumni reunion in Athens. This year, our typical reunion changed due to coronavirus.
The Athens Police Department arrested four people over the weekend for violating Ohio’s stay-at-home order.
Hocking Hills State Park will close until further notice Friday at sunset due to concerns over the coronavirus.
The Post still has a lot of work to do before the semester is over.
Everyone’s lives have had significant changes over the past several weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Editor’s Note: The story has been updated to include a response from the Student Senate President.
The past couple of weeks have been a time of change for everyone in different ways. While The Post is finding ways to work together remotely, we still have to move forward with making plans for next year.
At the beginning of the year, I wrote about my long distance relationship with Athens. I had been away all summer, and I could not wait to come back to enjoy the many lasts with my friends in a town I love so much.
Ohio University students will be spending a lot of time indoors now that classes have been moved online for the rest of the semester. Students have their schoolwork, but that can get boring after a while. Whether you are in your hometown or back in Athens, here are some creative ideas to help get you through your quarantine boredom:
Over the past decade, social media has become so integrated into everyone’s everyday lives.
Two of the nine men charged in the death of Collin Wiant were convicted on Wednesday.
Being a sports journalist is hard, but our sports staff makes it look easy.
Over the past few years, The Post reporters have covered a wide array of breaking news events.
The Post’s loved ones have put up with a lot between our late night hours, breaking news and everything else. Thank you for reading our stories every week, sharing our work and putting up with us talking about the news all the time.
Almost all Greek life and student organizations that were suspended at the beginning of the academic year have been investigated by Ohio University.
Every semester, Ohio University invites local reporters to the media roundtable with President Duane Nellis. It’s a time for the reporters to ask any question they want to the president and for the university to be transparent about what is happening at the university.
Student Press Freedom Day was celebrated nationally among student journalists on Wednesday. It is a day to celebrate the work of student journalists but also be a reminder that students should not be censored for their work.
Since the end of last semester, there has been a lot of buzz around campus surrounding the alleged budget crisis that Ohio University is facing.