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About 500 letters were written and signed in support of Collin’s Law during the week of April 5 at a letter-writing campaign sponsored by Ohio University’s Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine visited Ohio University’s Heritage Hall on Monday to witness students receiving the COVID-19 vaccine and to tour the hall’s facilities.
Athens Mayor Steve Patterson to serve on National League of Cities’ Race, Equity and Leadership Council
Athens Mayor Steve Patterson was appointed to serve on the National League of Cities (NLC) Race, Equity and Leadership Council (REAL) for 2021. Patterson was appointed by NLC President Kathy Maness to serve a one-year term, according to a release from the city of Athens.
Ohio University and 16 other colleges hosted a letter-writing campaign beginning Monday in support of Collin’s Law.
With COVID-19 cases declining in Ohio, Gov. Mike DeWine announced via Twitter that COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted once there are 50 cases per 100,000 people for two weeks.
Collin’s Law, which originally passed the House of Representatives during the previous legislative session, was reintroduced into the Ohio Legislature in early March following the death of Bowling Green State University student Stone Foltz from an alleged hazing incident.
About 40 people gathered Monday outside the Athens County Courthouse for a protest against the construction of the Line 3 oil pipeline in Minnesota.
Almost 800 people attended the Zoom kick-off event Monday for a letter-writing campaign in support of Collin’s Law.
The dining halls at Ohio University have changed the way they distribute food to students this semester in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead of students being able to self-serve their own food, and eat inside of the building, workers distribute food into to-go containers and students must eat in their residence hall.
Ohio University is in collaboration with 16 other colleges across the state on programming to increase awareness about hazing and the newly reintroduced Collin’s Law.
Ohio University and Athens County officials are urging students to celebrate appropriately following the mass celebrations that occurred along Court Street after OU men’s basketball’s Saturday night upset over Virginia.
Ohio University recently renamed the Department of Classics and World Religions to the Department of Classics and Religious Studies.
Spin e-scooters returned to Ohio University on Monday after previously being removed from campus during the winter season.
Abby Miller, the current news editor, will be The Post’s next editor-in-chief.
Another COVID-19 death was reported in Athens County on Saturday, bringing the death toll in the county to 32.
Ohio University made the decision Thursday to continue providing undergraduate students with the Satisfactory/No Credit, or S/NC, grading system for Spring Semester, according to a university news release.
Student Senate: Campaign promoting student civility introduced; Mayor Steve Patterson gives state of the city address
Student Senate met Wednesday to discuss new mental health services available for students and a campaign for students for promoting civility.