Late Monday evening a draft of a majority opinion from the Supreme Court was made public by Politico and other news organizations that would overturn the landmark abortion rights case Roe v. Wade and the case that followed, Planned Parenthood v. Casey. The decision, long feared by abortion rights advocates, could have disastrous consequences for the nation.
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Frustrated Ohio University graduate students gathered outside Walter Hall — where the April OU Board of Trustees meeting took place — Friday afternoon to protest unfair pay and inadequate health care for graduate students who teach at OU.
Winsome Chunnu-Brayda, strategic director for Diversity and Inclusion and Multicultural Programs and Initiatives at Ohio University, presented to Student Senate at Wednesday’s general body meeting regarding the Multicultural Center’s role on campus.
During its general body meeting Wednesday, Ohio University’s Student Senate heard a presentation from Taylor Tackett, director of the Office of Community Standards and Student Responsibility, or CSSR, on the office’s role on campus.
After a strong start to the weekend with Congo Fest on Friday, partygoers continued the excitement and energy into High Fest on Saturday.
At the Ohio University Student Senate meeting Wednesday, Senate’s executive officer expressed concern about racism on campus and condemned recent racist acts on campus.
At the end of Ohio University Student Senate’s general body meeting Wednesday, members elected Black Affairs Commissioner Trinity Robinson as the next Senate treasurer following the recent resignation of former Senate treasurer Simar Kalkat.
Athens City Council met Monday evening and addressed proposed legislation to adjust current waste rates and allow renters and homeowners the option to choose a one-can rate for their property.
Ryan Maxin, the current news editor, was chosen as the next editor-in-chief of The Post for the 2022-23 academic year Friday afternoon.
Upward of 50 Ohio University students attended a Student Senate Speakout on Wednesday, voicing concerns about Senate Treasurer Simar Kalkat’s removal last week, a lack of diversity in the Senate body and the culture of the organization.
Ohio House Bill 353, which would require institutions of higher education to excuse absences related to religious holidays and observances, received its second hearing in committee Feb. 15, and Ohio University students testified.
At a discussion hosted by the Athens County League of Women Voters, or LWV, on Tuesday night, Ohio State Rep. for the 94th District Jay Edwards, R-Nelsonville, detailed his push for expanded mental health care in Ohio and addressed redistricting and gun rights.
Editor’s Note: Goodman said the current representative for the 94th District, Jay Edwards, “flies into” the current redistricting “mess,” but Edwards had voted “No” on the Congressional maps that the Ohio Supreme Court ruled unconstitutional.
Ohio University has colloquially been referred to as the “Harvard on the Hocking,” both for its educational prominence and traditional university aesthetic. As the university continues to evolve architecturally to meet educational needs, it aims to maintain some of the quintessential components that have come to identify OU.
Jim Sabin, a university spokesperson, said the university has had difficulties filling open positions within student employment.
The Ohio Department of Health recorded four new COVID-19 related deaths this past weekend for Athens County, bringing the county’s death toll to 111.
The ever-visible Spin scooters, which have become fixtures littering the sidewalks and walkways of Athens and Ohio University, will not be returning to the area in the spring due to termination of the company’s partnership with the city.