For the first time in two years, graduate students will be given more than one choice as to who will represent them.
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While fest season at Ohio University is typically characterized by beer bongs, handcuffs and neon tank tops, traditional Ghanaian food, music and clothes defined a fest that showcased OU President Roderick McDavis on Thursday.
Low attendance and a light agenda led to a quiet evening for Graduate Student Senate at Monday’s meeting.
Students got a chance to hear and discuss with professors the effect of World War II during the annual Baker Peace Conference.
Complaints about a lack of communication led the conversation at Monday night’s Graduate Student Senate meeting.
What once was a position for two will soon become a position for one.
Amy Tan, author of multiple books including The Joy Luck Club and The Kitchen God’s Wife, will be holding a public interview and book signing at the Athens Public Library this afternoon, followed by a public lecture in the Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium on Wednesday evening as a part of the Kennedy Lecture Series.
The debate over three at-large positions continued Monday night as emotions heated up at Graduate Student Senate.
Individuals from a variety of backgrounds came together Saturday morning to learn about some of the more vulnerable members of society.
Good Works will hold its 11th annual walk Saturday to raise awareness of rural poverty in Athens and to raise funds for The Timothy House, the only shelter in nine Southeast Ohio counties.
The Center for Law, Justice and Culture will host world-renowned speaker Michael Hardt on Thursday as a part of its efforts to better inform students of the interdisciplinary nature of law and humanity.
Ohio University students will have the chance to share their resumes and flaunt their professional attire at the Spring Career and Internship Fair on Feb. 19.
Graduate Student Senate heard from an array of speakers and debated how to best increase their university representation at Monday night’s meeting.
Ohio University’s Culinary Services aims to serve students’ dietary needs, but one program has gone largely unused.
Ohio University’s current housing policy requires students to live in residence halls before completing four semesters, but there are exceptions to this rule — one of which is becoming stricter.
Graduate Student Senate was greeted by an array of resolutions and program announcements Monday night.