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Dr. Chaden Djalali was selected as the next executive vice president and provost of Ohio University on Monday.
A former Ohio University student was found guilty of two counts of rape Wednesday at Athens County Common Pleas Court.
Austin McClain was announced as the next student trustee at the Leadership Awards Gala on Wednesday.
The former Ohio University presidential residence will turn into an “academic engagement center” for self-identified honors students.
Ohio University Faculty Senate met for a special meeting Monday night to discuss proposed policies regarding expression on campus.
Some students jumped off roofs while others ate ice cream at Palmer Fest on Saturday.
Newly proposed 'Freedom of Expression' policies define disruption, outline disciplinary action for demonstrations
After months of feedback and deliberation, Ohio University’s Executive Staff Policy Committee announced a new set of proposed “Freedom of Expression” policies Thursday.
Despite the creation of an Elections PR Committee, voter turnout for the 2018-19 Ohio University Student Senate election was down two-thirds from last year.
The Executive Staff Policy Committee met Monday afternoon after the Presidential Policy Committee released its final report on the interim “Freedom of Expression” policy.
The Presidential Policy Advisory Group sent its final report of 24 recommendations for the “Freedom of Expression” policy to Ohio University President Duane Nellis on Monday morning.
At Monday’s Faculty Senate, newly elected senators will attend their first meeting and officers will be elected.
Student Senate works to collect data on unethical dealings between professors and textbook publishers
Ohio University Student Senate passed a bill to address the possibility of faculty and administrators receiving kickbacks from textbook publishers.
Chaden Djalali came to Athens to talk about why he wants to be the next Ohio University executive vice president and provost on Monday in Baker Center Theater.
After an open forum last week, the Campus Free Speech Policy Advisory Group met to revise its considerations discussing and voting on each item.
The Ohio University Graduate Employee Organization (GEO) picketed the Board of Trustees meetings Friday outside Walter Hall to protest the below-average health care coverage OU provides graduate student workers.
About seven students stood in the back of Baker Ballroom protesting Ohio University’s process to implement a policy on speech and public protests.
Wednesday morning, President Duane Nellis announced the search committee's four finalists for Ohio University’s executive vice president and provost.