A woman reported to the Athens Police Department that a man, who was in the women’s restroom at The Market Saturday, was trying to take photographs or videos of her.
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Abby Miller, Nolan Simmons and Ian McKenzie, the news editors at The Post, recap the week in news across OU’s campus and the City of Athens.
A 19-year-old man was found unconscious underneath a bench at the bottom of Morton Hill.
The Athens Police Department received a rape report on Monday.
A dead body was found in Wilson Hall on Saturday, but there is no ongoing threat to the safety of Athens or Ohio University, according to the Ohio University Police Department.
Editors note: The story has been updated to reflect the newest information.
No injuries were reported from the two armed robberies that occurred early Thursday morning, but the suspect stole about $843 of cash and items.
Two armed robberies occurred on the Ohio University campus early Thursday morning.
The Ohio University Police Department received a report Tuesday from a female student about a sexual assault in 2017.
It turns out there are laws when you’re drinking claws.
The OHIO Museum Complex released a website Wednesday that allows people to explore Athens and the surrounding community.
The Athens Police Department received a rape report that occurred on the south side of Athens Sunday morning.
Editors note: The story has been updated to reflect the most recent information given by the Athens Police Department.
An OU alumna has increased her gift commitment by $22 million to a total of $64 million to the Ohio University Foundation.
Welcome Weekend only went well for some people.
Eight Ohio University Welcome Weekend banners were taken down by the Athens Police Department and City Services because none of them had sign permits.
Ohio University’s school of nursing director was awarded a $1.35 million grant to help increase the number of behavioral health professionals in Athens and surrounding counties.
The Twitter account Bobcat Barstool posted a photo of six men in front of a house with a sign that said, “You taught them to walk we’ll teach them to ride,” with the caption “Save some women for the rest of us.”
Increases ranged from over $400 per semester to as little as about $90.
The pilot for an app that pushes for university safety launched Monday and will allow students, faculty and staff members to be safer in Athens.