At the center of campus in Cutler Hall is a John Milton loving, kind-hearted administrator who has worked at Ohio University for the past 20 years.
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The old-growth forest serves as a learning opportunity for scientists and students.
Faculty Senate will meet Monday to vote on two resolutions regarding clarifications of the Faculty Handbook.
A brief look into the complicated relationship 'The Post' has had with Valentine’s Day over the years
When one thinks of romance and Ohio University, the Kissing Circle on College Green comes to mind for many. A small circle nestled near the corner between Wilson and Chubb halls, there’s a plaque commemorating the circle where college lovers would meet in times before cell phones.
Women’s Center Director Geneva Murray announced to Student Senate last month that the center is looking into sexual assault awareness and prevention programming at the Ohio University regional campuses for Fall Semester 2019.
When anti-poverty advocate and retired Athens County Ohio Welfare Director Jack Frech began his career as a welfare caseworker in the 1970s, there were virtually no food pantries or soup kitchens in Athens County.
A suspended journalism professor is subject to loss of tenure under Ohio University’s Faculty Handbook policies.
A civil lawsuit has been filed against Ohio University and a suspended OU journalism professor in light of a sexual harassment case.
A professor of journalism at Ohio University will face a loss of tenure and/or dismissal proceedings by the University Professional Ethics Committee, or UPEC.
A fire on 230 N. Lancaster St. on Wednesday afternoon left a family’s pet dog dead.
Student Senate will look to pass three resolutions and one bill at Wednesday’s meeting.
Yost took about 53 percent of the vote.
The Ohio University Board of Trustees met to discuss new academic programs, a new IT network and NCAA infraction reports Thursday.
Ohio University announced Nancy Stevens as the 2018 Fall Commencement speaker on Thursday.
House Bill 160 has been supported by the Ohio Chamber of Commerce.
Fun News Friday: Man slapped by octopus on kayaking excursion; Injured turtle receives Lego wheelchair
Although there were many contentious headlines in the news this week, there were also some funny and strange ones. Here are five fun news headlines to bring you into the weekend:
Campus Area Transit Service, or CATS, Late Night Shuttle Service has extended its hours of operations to Sunday evenings from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m.
Athens County Sheriff’s Office discovered a homemade pipe bomb on Wednesday at about 9:30 p.m.
Ohio University received top honors from national diversity magazine INSIGHT Into Diversity on Friday.