Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced in a press conference Sunday afternoon that Ohio will have a mandatory stay at home order beginning Monday at 11:59 p.m. because of the coronavirus.
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Eddith Dashiell was selected to be the next director of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, making her both the first African American and first woman to serve in the position.
Ohio University announced Sunday that some faculty and staff members will work remotely in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Ohio University announced Friday that it will move all campuses to remote and online instruction until the end of Spring Semester.
Ohio University announced Thursday that all university-related student travel programs are canceled because of the coronavirus.
Ohio University announced Thursday that spring break has been extended another week until Sunday, March 22, to let instructors prepare online instruction.
Ohio University announced Thursday that because of the coronavirus, all student organization events will be suspended, and no organizations will get any student activity funding during the suspension of in-person activities.
Ohio University announced Wednesday that students will be allowed to enter residence halls to get items they may have left over spring break.
Ohio University activated its Critical Incident Response Team Monday after Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine declared a state of emergency when three people tested positive for COVID-19, or the coronavirus.
The Ohio University Marching 110’s limited cease and desist was lifted Monday despite “cultural issues” such as sexual activities, drinking and illegal drugs being found in an investigation.
Ohio University President Duane Nellis announced Friday that Provost Chaden Djalali is stepping down from his role, effective Friday afternoon.
The Athens Police Department arrested a man early Friday morning after he allegedly threatened and assaulted residents on East State Street with a weapon.
The Marching 110’s Performance Tour to Japan over the summer was canceled Thursday due to the Centers for Disease Control issuing the country a Level Two warning for coronavirus.
Two Ohio University Spring Break trips to Italy were canceled on Feb. 28, along with another trip to South Korea, due to the coronavirus.
After 10 years of being the director of the journalism school, Bob Stewart is turning off his “Always Open” sign.
Bob Stewart poses for a portrait in front of his “Always Open” sign.
Richland Avenue will be closed from Monday, March 2 until late August due to the construction of the pedestrian passageway.
A former Ohio University student filed a lawsuit Friday against the university, which she claims was negligent after a former OU football player sexually and emotionally abused her.
The Athens Police Department received a rape report Friday that occurred on the east end of Athens in December.
Three people are wanted for aggravated robbery after allegedly threatening a person with a gun early Thursday morning between Buffalo Wild Wings and Haning Hall.