OU’s student organizations plan for the future, reflect on their struggles from the online environment
The Board of Trustees discussed and passed a resolution allowing the Resources, Facilities and Affordability Committee to continue working on the budget for fiscal year 22.
Director of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism Eddith Dashiell has concerns for her Gender, Race, and Class in Journalism and Mass Media course as she currently does not know where she will be teaching.
OU’s Board of Trustees Audit and Risk Management Committee and Governance and Compensation Committee presented Thursday morning.
Former OU faculty member Yusuf Kalyango sues university for over $1 million, reinstatement of tenure
Kalyango filed eight counts of university fault, citing racial discrimination as a factor in outcome of case involving a sexual harassment accusation.
Collin’s Law, an anti-hazing law, passed in the Ohio Senate on Wednesday.
Despite this announcement, OU President Hugh Sherman continues to encourage all individuals, regardless of vaccination status, to carry a mask.
Incoming Ohio University President Hugh Sherman was involved in the decision-making process.
OU names Mateo Remsburg as the next assistant vice president for enrollment and director of undergraduate admissions
During Remsburg’s time at the University of Utah, the university saw its largest and most diverse first-year class size in the institution’s history.
OU student organizations rely on social media to recruit new members among uncertainty of in-person recruitment
After only one semester as a student organization, OU ALLIES hopes to expand its reach by more than word of mouth.
Nellis will take a professional leave of absence until December and be paid the annual base salary he made as president until July 2022.
Following updates to statewide and CDC COVID-19 guidelines, Ohio University continues to make adjustments to their public health guidelines.
Deontae Brown, a sophomore studying anthropology, is living on campus this summer without a meal plan while enrolled in OU summer courses.
Sherman’s salary is not subject to any decreases by the Board of Trustees and may only be increased based on the allowance of OU’s financial situation.
Revisions include changes to face covering and physical distancing measures, among others.
OU will continue to update dorm guidelines based on public health experts recommendations in response to COVID-19.
Here are buildings on campus that incoming freshman should know about before arriving.
Students who are fully vaccinated will be tested monthly, while non-vaccinated students will be tested weekly.
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Students and faculty members share advice on how to best develop a relationship with their advisor.
The lawsuit was officially dropped April 29.