Ohio University President Duane Nellis announced the creation of a new opioid task force Thursday.
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Students in the late ’60s and ’70s paid $175 for meal plans each quarter.
Fifty years ago, Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee.
In the 1960s, the most important thing about being a college woman was being a lady, according to the 1964-65 “You, the Coed” handbook.
The 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, drew to a close Sunday, leaving behind a handful of memorable highlights over the two weeks of events.
Julie Standish felt her career and life came full circle when she recently returned to Athens.
After five consecutive songs, Sara Evans finally paused for a moment to say she was honored to perform in Athens.
In December 1968, about 15 black students presented then-Ohio University President Vernon Alden with a list of demands, one of which would later lead to the creation of what is now the African-American Studies program.
The Ohio University Board of Trustees approved the creation of a new career fee and an increase in tuition and fees during its meeting Friday.
The stage is set, and the bass of the beat blares throughout the crowd of several thousand people. Witches, clowns and pop culture icons like Wonder Woman stroll down the bricks, props in hand.
Parade floats, football matchups with Cincinnati and a feast were just some of the festivities throughout the decade.
After Ohio University issued its new interim "Freedom of Expression" policy, students, faculty and alumni criticized it for appearing to curb free speech.
Matt Barnett, The Post’s former business manager, resigned from his position following allegations he made suggestive comments to female Post staff members and purchased alcoholic beverages for underage students.
The goals of past university presidents going into their first year as president have varied through time.
An OU trustee was found guilty of owning a pill mill
Authorities found almost 300 pounds of cocaine on the international plane that unexpectedly landed at Ohio University’s Gordon K. Bush airport in Albany on Wednesday.
The Athens Police Department fielded a report of rape Friday night.
Ohio University’s main campus reopened Thursday at 8 p.m. after having been closed for more than 12 hours because of a water main break in Athens.