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Athens City Council met Monday evening to pass a number of ordinances and authorize several financial transfers between funds.
Yusuf Kalyango, a former Scripps faculty member found to have sexually harassed an Ohio University graduate student, recently dropped a discrimination lawsuit he filed against the university.
The Athens Art Guild continues to maintain its presence in Athens during the summer: from selling its art at the Athens Farmers Market to creating a new initiative, the guild continues to show its support to the people of Athens.
Ohio University President Duane Nellis announced Thursday he would be stepping down from his position as president effective June 30 and return to teaching, citing his love for the classroom and familial values as key factors in the decision.
The Athens City-County Health Department announced Wednesday it will be hosting vaccination clinics for anyone 12 years of age and older following approval of the Pfizer vaccine for children ages 12 to 15.
“Perceive with Caution” A Kennedy Museum of Art Merging Concepts Exhibition at 9 a.m., hosted by the Kennedy Museum of Art, 100 Ridges Circle. Visit the Kennedy Museum to see the student-developed, curated, designed and installed “Perceive with Caution” art exhibit. To schedule a time to see the exhibit, fill out the Kennedy Museum’s visitor approval Google Form.
Councilwoman Beth Clodfelter, D-At Large, announced during City Council’s Monday night meeting she would be stepping down from her position effective immediately.
Athens County is now at level two, or “orange” risk level for COVID-19 spread and exposure, according to the Ohio Department of Health’s Public Health Advisory System. Level two indicates a high degree of virus exposure and spread.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine appointed a new student member to the Ohio University Board of Trustees on Thursday.
Chosen Pathways Spiritual Emporium, located at 400 E. State St. Suite A, opened Saturday, featuring a variety of spiritual gifts and local art.
Kelly Lawrence, owner of Chosen Pathways Spiritual Emporium, plans to make the store a safe haven for anyone and everyone. She wants the emporium, located at 400 E. State Street, to be a place that promotes inclusivity for all people.
For those of you who don’t know, Invincible is an animated, adult superhero series that follows a high schooler named Mark Grayson as he adapts to his newfound powers and the world of superheroes around him. While that sounds cliche and familiar to any fans of the genre, the series and the comics it’s based on play with all the tropes and expectations of the genre to create something entirely new and fresh. This series is nothing like anything out there on TV right now.
Ohio University Faculty Senate heard presentations from OU President Duane Nellis and Executive Vice President and Provost Elizabeth Sayrs regarding plans for Fall Semester and a resolution designed to alleviate scheduling issues with regional campuses during its meeting Monday night.
Athens City Council met Monday evening to discuss and vote on a range of ordinances and resolutions.
Athens Mayor Steve Patterson announced Sunday night he would no longer be considering running for a congressional seat due to concerns surrounding the future district lines and ongoing projects in Athens.
Commencement ceremonies for the Ohio University class of 2021 were held April 30 through May 2 at Peden Stadium. The ceremonies included students from each of OU’s academic colleges over the three day period.
Athens residents hope for better broadband access after House Bill 2, also known as the Ohio Residential Broadband Expansion grant program, was passed by the Ohio Senate on Wednesday.
Ohio University announced Thursday it will open virtual forums in the search for the next Assistant Vice President of Enrollment Management and Director of Undergraduate Admissions.
Ohio University announced Thursday that Sara Helfrich, the current senior associate dean for research and graduate students in the Patton College of Education, will be the interim dean of Patton beginning June 16.