Some students spent the days leading up to the midterm elections campaigning for candidates.
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Washington Hall, Bromley Hall and The Convo’s residence will all receive renovations in the coming year.
As Nov. 6 draws near, OU Republican and Democratic student campaigners are busy preparing for the midterm elections.
The Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine reported 184 graduates in May 2018, its highest preliminary graduation number.
With the Sook Center’s recent opening, most athletes and coaches are excited, but some professors are not.
After about a year of debate surrounding an academic center exclusively for student-athletes at Ohio University, the Perry and Sandy Sook Athletic Academic Center will open to the public this weekend.
The International Socialist Organization, or ISO, held a panel to discuss Issue 1, otherwise known as the “Neighborhood Safety, Drug Treatment, and Rehabilitation Amendment” on Thursday.
Recent reports of sexual assault on campus have sparked tough conversations among students and faculty members the past few weeks.
Appalachian universities and organizations are providing a wide variety of resources for the LGBTQ community including education, programming and social events.
The 2018 Fall semester has seen an increase in passengers using the CATS Late Night Shuttle Service.
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Athens residents have expressed their concerns about safety after recent sexual assaults reported on and off-campus.