Landen Lama, the president of Student Senate, works 20 to 25 hours a week on senate tasks. He earns a full-tuition scholarship for that work.
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A lifelong love of golf for Jackie King took a slightly different turn Tuesday.
The E.W. Scripps School of Journalism is getting smaller.
It has been settled: If you were born from 1981 to 1996, you are a millennial. If you were born in 1997 or onward, however, I regret to inform you that you are in fact a member of a different generation entirely.
Students at Ohio University's Athens campus will have a three-day weekend.
In an email sent Tuesday, Walter Milhoan, chief justice of the Student Senate judicial panel, announced the deadlines to run for next year's senate.
From education to immigration, Trump’s policies have many local repercussions.
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Pat McGee wants to make Athens better for students and full-time residents alike.
Brian Cristi wants to unseat incumbent Kent Butler and bring new ideas to Athens.
Voter registration numbers are down from the same point last year, but that probably isn’t the result of a voting purge, local officials say.
Despite the November election being only for local officials, the number of registered voters in Athens County fell only slightly from the same point last year.
John Kasich, the Republican governor of Ohio, hinted Sunday he might leave the GOP if the party didn’t change.
Kid Rock is running for Senate. Well, maybe. No one is actually sure, but he promised an announcement "in the near future" on Twitter.
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Roger Ailes' name will be removed from a WOUB newsroom, Ohio University President Roderick McDavis announced Monday during a Faculty Senate meeting.
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