Those involved in the letter-writing campaign hope it sparks more conversation on campus.
Updates include increased in-person instruction and the continuation of public health guidelines.
Weld House will be demolished this summer using reserves from housing revenues.
Student Senate approved all nominations for senior awards, which include senator emeritus, justice emeritus and senior honors.
Regional students have been going to local clinics to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Leanne Ford is a 2003 graduate and studied specialized studies while at OU.
A new amendment was approved allowing a new committee to focus on inclusion and proper pronoun usage.
Ohio Gov. Mike Dewine visited Heritage Hall on Monday to witness three students receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
OU lost just over $38 million in revenue in fall 2020 and about $23 million in revenue for spring 2021.
OU developed the Pawprint Tour in order to host a larger amount of prospective families on campus while continuing to follow COVID-19 guidelines.
Students are encouraged to use OU’s vaccine registry if they have already been vaccinated.
A letter-writing campaign is being held at Baker University Center for students in favor of Collin’s Law to send letters to legislators.
Two candidates from the Athens Advocacy ticket and one candidate from the Build Together ticket will take executive positions.
Professors also criticized the university-sponsored support of non-renewed faculty.
Collin’s Law, an anti-hazing law, has re-entered the Ohio Legislature and will increase hazing penalties from a fourth-degree misdemeanor to a felony.
Some students have been using group chats to spread information and offer means of transportation.
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While the university gained from OU’s achievements, it also spent more than $17,000 on advertising.
Teaching assistants have had to help students struggling with their mental health during the coronavirus pandemic, although they are not trained to do so.
Jenny Hall-Jones shared that Nelson Court and Front Room Coffeehouse have plans to have some dine-in options within the next week.