Students said they wash their hands, wear gloves and sometimes quarantine themselves to avoid getting sick.
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A staff member told police another staff member was raped on Oct. 1 at 7 a.m., according to an Ohio University Police Department report.
A memorial for Foerster and her children will be held Tuesday at Christ Lutheran Church, 69 Mill Street.
11 candidates applied for the director position and 52 applied for the advocate position.
Ohio University Police Department received a report of unwanted sexual conduct that allegedly occurred in 1978 on Tuesday.
The Union Bar and Grill's opening "weekend" will begin May 25, a Wednesday.
Crimes of the month: Athens County Crime Solvers Anonymous seek information on counterfeit money, break-ins, sexual assaults
In the most recent case the release described, a white male in an Ohio University T-shirt allegedly used a counterfeit bill to pay for merchandise at a Speedway.
Police Blotter: Student found striking bikes with plastic post; officer sees student urinating in front of cruiser
The same OUPD officer arrested two different students he found with vomit on their faces in separate incidents last week, according to police reports.
Police announced Friday afternoon that the video had been posted by a social media user in Europe who was not part of the "Ohio University" group.
The alleged incident is the second report of rape the department has received in a week.
The Ohio University Police Department issued no citations for marijuana use or possession on April 20.
Agents from the Ohio Investigative Unit issued 232 citations to 133 people, and officers from the Athens County Sheriff’s Office issued 72, according to news releases from the agencies.
OUPD responded to 15 incidents related to alcohol, three of which involved people allegedly passed out.
Student Review and Consultation Committee works with law enforcement to respond to concerning student behavior
The committee includes representatives from local law enforcement and university administrative bodies.
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Athens County Sheriff Rodney Smith called the event a success, though the closure of the highway angered some.
The unit began its investigation after firemen responding to a fire thought they saw a growing operation in the basement of the house.
There will be no free shuttles to and from the event this year.
OUPD has no witnesses in relation to an incident where someone smeared peanut butter all over a Sargent Hall hallway.