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Mike Bloomberg’s campaign team opened an Athens office Saturday with supporters placing an emphasis on mitigating climate change and building a strong coalition to defeat President Donald Trump.
The Ohio University Board of Trustees met Thursday and Friday amongst a faculty-led silent protest to discuss the university’s “strong” financial position.
Ohio University’s 2019 remediation report shows the university spent over $2 million on teaching remediatory classes to students during the fiscal year.
An Athens man died Sunday morning after he was shot on West Washington Street.
City Council approved the disposal of firearms held by the Athens Police Department Monday in order to purchase newer, more cost-effective ammunition and guns.
Members of Faculty Senate voiced concerns about Ohio University administration's lack of communication and the proposed budget cuts to Board of Trustee members Monday in the wake of a university-wide conversation over OU’s alleged budget crisis.
It’s that time of year. Between finals, the cold weather and seasonal sickness, it’s a stressful time for college students. Before finals week begins, take a break from studying and read these fun news stories:
Athens County continually experienced lower voter turnout during local elections throughout the decade.
A former Ohio University student who was indicted on charges related to the death of Collin Wiant pleaded not guilty Monday at his arraignment.
Athens City Council discussed introducing legislation Monday to amend Athens City Code in order to maintain its strict position on firearms not being fired within city limits.
About 200 people gathered on College Green at the Civil War Soldiers Monument on Monday afternoon to oppose Ohio University’s proposed budget cuts that could result in the termination of professors.
Atlanta wasn’t the only one bringing the heat to the latest Democratic Primary Debate.
The Post news editors recap the week in news from around OU’s campus and the city of Athens.
If you’ve had a rough week, no worries: a three day weekend is within reach. Kick off the long weekend on a high note by reading these fun news stories:
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.