Despite a slow start, festgoers showed up and partied for about five hours Saturday at Palmer Fest.
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We’re now two-thirds done with spring semester, putting us in the home stretch. If you’re getting the end of semester blues or are feeling burnt out, take a deep breath and enjoy these light hearted news stories.
Mei Wei was announced on Friday as Ohio University’s next dean of the Russ College of Engineering after years of experience in the field.
The first week back from spring break might have felt incredibly long, but you made it. Whether you’re fantasizing about summer break or your weekend plans, hit the pause button and enjoy some of the fun news of the week:
Athens County residents made public comments against recent polling location changes Wednesday at the Board of Elections meeting.
Neil Romanosky, the current associate chief librarian for Science Research and Information at University of Toronto Libraries, was named the next dean of University Libraries.
Climate change in Antarctica is measurable, but records of observation are limited.
Parents are throwing cheese at their children for views; here’s why people flock to Athens during fest season
Two resolutions dealing with the Faculty Handbook were passed Monday during Faculty Senate’s meeting.
A meal swipe donation for Ohio University’s meal bank will take place this week after last semester’s pilot program proved successful.
Ellen Wagner, a news editor, was chosen as the next editor-in-chief of The Post.
The final five candidates who will interview with Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s staff for the student trustee position were announced during Wednesday’s Ohio University Student Senate meeting.
Planning for this year’s $45 million city budget began as far back as June.
The Richland Avenue Pedestrian Passageway project is further delayed due to a lost bid by the City of Athens.
Student Senate members will vote on the appointment of a new senator and commission chair during their Wednesday night meeting.
Athens City Council members discussed sustainability efforts within the Athens City School District building project with Superintendent Tom Gibbs at Monday’s meeting.
Athens City Council will discuss efforts to preserve the city’s historical markers on Monday during their usual 7 p.m. meeting in the city building.
The eight student trustee candidates spoke about issues they hope to spread awareness about as trustees and how they would fit into the position at Thursday’s town hall.