Editor’s note: This story is the fourth in a five-part series about the provost’s annual evaluations of deans on Ohio University’s Athens campus.
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Inspired by a visit to Jackie O’s Pub and Brewery last year, Ohio Sen. Jimmy Stewart (R-20th) has proposed an amendment in the current budget that would nearly double the amount of alcoholic content of beer in Ohio.
Despite receiving support from the Hocking College Board of Trustees during last June’s meeting, College President Ron Erickson is facing possible removal from his position just one year later.
With Ohio graduates of four-year public and private institutions facing an average debt of about $26,000 each, Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown is proposing legislation that would ultimately make it easier for students to pay off student loans.
An aggravated burglary on West State Street yesterday resulted in nothing taken and no injuries, according to an Athens Police press release.
The second of three finalists for the Ohio University director of sustainability position fielded questions from a crowd of about 20 students and university employees during Friday’s open forum in Baker University Center.
As Ohio University students packed away the jeggings and loaded up on lacrosse jerseys and flip-flops in preparation for the 10-week party gauntlet that is Spring Quarter, many are probably regretting packing proper rain gear.
Horizon Telecom will begin construction on an Appalachia-based network expansion Monday — just one of many projects aimed at expanding broadband access in all 88 Ohio counties during the next two years. Horizon, a Chillicothe-based broadband provider, will break ground on the 34-countywide fiber optic broadband network expansion in Logan. The company received a $66 million grant from the government to embark on the $94 million project titled “Connecting Appalachia” for “economic development purposes,” said Public Relations Manager Randy Davies.
May 16 Faculty Senate Meeting
In late April, the Osteopathic Heritage Foundations broke records with its multi-million-dollar gift to the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, but the Foundations’ relationship with the university spans decades.
Donning the “lucky” Irish sweater his parents gave him after a visit to the Emerald Isles, Kent Butler celebrated his Athens City Council primary victory last night at Casa Nueva.
Because of the recently released budget reduction scenarios, Ohio University held its third budget forum of the year yesterday in Ellis Hall.
Because of troubles implementing Ohio University’s new class scheduling system, students wanting to register for summer classes had to wait an extra few days.
After Senate Bill 5 was signed into law last month, many unions and interest groups sought to put the law to a citizen’s vote in the November elections.
For the second year in a row, the average salary for faculty members at colleges and universities nationwide increased at a rate less than inflation, according to a new study.
The Ohio University Board of Trustees passed two capital improvement resolutions — regarding plans to renovate university housing and handling deferred maintenance projects — at its full board meeting Friday.
April 25 Faculty Senate Meeting
The Ohio University Board of Trustees will vote on two capital improvement resolutions today — one regarding plans to renovate university housing and the other dealing with deferred maintenance projects.