Whether you are buckling down to brace the cold or savoring the final days of 80-degree weather, it’s the end of the week, and you’ve earned it. Celebrate with these funny news stories from the week:
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Although it was a short week, coming back to classes after a long weekend can be disorienting. Here’s the funny news of the week for you to enjoy to start the weekend off right:
Ohio University is working on multiple initiatives to improve food and financial security on campus.
On Wednesday evening, the Athens Police Department received a call from a mandatory reporter who said a sexual assault had occurred.
Ohio University Police Department and Athens Police Department partner to investigate sexual assault reports
Editor's note: This story has been updated twice following a fourth report of sexual assault, released Wednesday, and a fifth report, released Thursday.
Athens City Council members will discuss issues regarding law enforcement, construction, family planning programs and the budget at Tuesday night’s meeting.
The Ohio University Police Department reported that an unknown man is wanted for rape.
Science teaches people that you should look at everything with some skepticism.
Jeffrey T. Moorhead, an Ohio State Highway Patrol officer of Jackson, was accused on Monday of threatening an inmate in the Southeastern Ohio Regional Jail.
The People’s Justice League, or PJL, is working to combat harassment in Athens through incident reporting and bystander training.
An Ohio University professor of journalism was found on Friday to have sexually harassed a graduate student.
Catch up on what the Board of Trustees did this summer
OU’s first-ever VP for Diversity and Inclusion to take new approach to changing campus culture
Ohio University will begin construction on a new chemistry building Aug. 30.
In the week leading up to Fall Semester, the Board of Trustees gathered on the Dublin campus to discuss a new executive enrollment committee, construction, student costs and university investments.
LANCASTER— Around 50 community members including university officials, health care providers, social workers, law enforcement officers and judges gathered with Representative Steve Stivers, R-Upper Arlington on Wednesday to discuss the opioid epidemic.
Dr. Michelle Ferrier announced as dean of the School of Journalism & Graphic Communication at Florida A&M University
Dr. Michelle Ferrier will return to her alma mater’s state as the next dean of the School of Journalism & Graphic Communication at Florida A&M University (FAMU).
For the sixth year in a row, nearly 300 people gathered on Court Street for Bounty on the Bricks, the largest annual fundraiser to support the Southeast Ohio Food Bank, on Saturday.
Ohio University President Duane Nellis approved three new policies regarding free speech on Thursday.