Ohio University received a call that required students on the basement floor of Copeland Hall to evacuate Tuesday afternoon.
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Court Street welcomed a new restaurant this fall, Parks Place, located at 5 N. Court St., occupying the space FRY’D, a former Athens french fry restaurant, vacated last year.
On the first day of classes, Aug. 28, a line of hungry underclassmen formed outside of Ohio University's newest dining option, Earl’s Coop, located at the corner of Shively Hall on East Green.
As students wave goodbye to campus for the summer, Court Street business owners gear up for the vast decrease in customers.
Canvas was announced as Ohio University’s next learning management system, or LMS, on April 27, replacing Blackboard after more than 20 years, according to a previous Post report.
Ohio University hosted the second of two town hall meetings Friday to discuss the Ridges Development Strategy and how feedback from the attendees of the first town hall has been implemented into the plans for the Ridges.
Two years after Athens City Council passed a resolution to reduce the use of plastic within city events, the enforcement of the resolution will be in full effect within 2023.
Ohio University’s Office of Information Technology is currently working on two projects, one of which will upgrade integrations in Blackboard and the other is a request for proposal to see what other learning management systems may meet the university’s needs.
Ohio University Housing and Residence Life announced it would be continuing its policy to refuse guests of OU students in residential housing during Halloween weekend due to COVID-19 concerns.
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