Ohio University partnered with Vault Health this semester to provide university-wide, asymptomatic COVID-19 testing for students on all campuses. The university will also continue to partner with CVS Health for wide net testing, which will provide testing to students who were in contact with people who have tested positive.
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Student Senate advisor Jenny Hall-Jones shared Wednesday that over 3,000 Ohio University students will return to on-campus housing as part of the university’s plans for the upcoming Spring Semester.
Ohio University’s Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships is continuing to help students who are experiencing financial hardships, especially due to COVID-19, as well as starting to plan scholarships and financial aid for incoming students.
Republican Jay Edwards defeated challenger Katie O’Neill and will continue to serve as the state representative for Ohio’s 94th District.
This election has been changed in many different ways by COVID-19, both throughout the country and in Athens County.
Rep. Steve Stivers touted his record in Congress while Joel Newby continually said Stivers did not work for his constituents.
Endowment from Joe Burrow Heisman donations allows Athens County Food Pantry to serve for generations to come
A spotlight was put on the issue of food insecurity in Southeast Ohio and nationally, following Joe Burrow’s Heisman acceptance speech in December 2019, which then led to a mass of donations to the Athens County Food Pantry. Now, the food pantry has found a way to use these donations to create a sustainable long-term fund to help them fight food insecurity in the region for years to come.
Rep. Steve Stivers and challenger Joel Newby, who are both vying for Ohio’s 15th Congressional District seat, debated on topics such as the coronavirus and health care during a virtual debate Friday hosted by the Columbus Metropolitan Club.
Pop-up COVID-19 testing sites provide free testing, but city officials doubt the long-term viability of the method
Nearly 900 Athens residents were able to get a COVID-19 test at pop-up testing sites near the city, but city officials are questioning the effectiveness of the testing as a sustainable method for combating the virus.