Ohio University’s vice president of Diversity and Inclusion announced Wednesday that the current interim LGBT Center director will become the center’s director in December. Gigi Secuban announced that Micah McCarey would be moving into the position. McCarey replaces delfin bautista, who was put on paid administrative leave in early January and was not renewed, according to a previous Post report.
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Editor’s note: This story has been updated to include the most accurate information.
Athens County native Joe Burrow’s Heisman acceptance speech has led to over 13,500 people donating almost $500,000 to the Athens County Food Pantry.
The Athens Police Department received a rape report Tuesday from a woman who said she was raped on the north end of Athens.
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The Athens Police Department responded to Holiday Inn on Nov. 27 for a report about a man “destroying the kitchen.”
Multiple Greek life houses were spray-painted over the Thanksgiving break with the word “disband.” The Athens Police Department was not able to provide The Post with reports of the incidents.
Lambda Chi Alpha was moved to disciplinary probation instead of being on a cease and desist.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, or FIRE, claimed Ohio University violated the First Amendment by having a blanket suspension on communication between members of campus organizations.
A former Ohio University student, who was with Collin Wiant when he died, pleaded not guilty to reckless homicide Friday in relation to Wiant’s death in 2018.
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Monserat Ridge Road on Monday to a man yelling.
An Athens County woman died Friday as a result of her injuries from a crash that occurred Monday.
Ohio University announced Friday four finalists for the position of general counsel, the university’s chief legal affairs officer.
Jim Mosher facilitates discussion from faculty members.
A group of faculty members discussed at a meeting Thursday how Ohio University’s “budget crisis” could lead to unionization or a potential Spring Semester walkout.
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Ohio University announced Friday the three finalists for director of the LGBT Center.
The Post news editors recap the week in news from around OU’s campus and the city of Athens with a special focus on the 2019 General Election special issue.
OUPD responded to a report about a man stumbling near the golf and tennis center at about 1:30 a.m. Saturday.
Ohio University is now investigating Theta Tau, a professional engineering fraternity.