The Richland Avenue Pedestrian Passageway will begin March 1, 2020, thanks to a timeline compromise with the university.
Senate meeting include presentations on experiential learning and a city safety app.
About 50 people gathered around a display of photos of the student, candles, flowers and messages from friends and other residents.
Models for new general education curriculum are being proposed in October.
Police say there is no ongoing threat to Athens because of this incident.
The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency awards OU recycling grant to support sustainability on campus.
The banners will be up during the “red zone” or the first six weeks of the semester.
The Survivor Advocacy Program, Career and Leadership Development Center and the Allen Center are just scratching the surface.
The body looks to remain separate, but work with Student Senate.
Candace Boeninger had a former position within undergraduate admissions.
‘The 2Ply Party’ has collected over 500 of signatures in favor of higher quality toilet paper on campus.
The money will support facilities and construction of a new center.
Construction on the new chemistry and HCOM buildings also continued over the summer.
Banners greeted students with explicit terms and messages
The app allows users to contact police and access different resources.
Ariel Tarosky has almost a decade of experience in Greek life.
The board discussed using predominance of the evidence versus the clear and convincing model.
Students offer alternative routes to take on campus that make getting to class easier.