The city bought the property in 1997.
No consequences have been set for the on-campus rule when it comes to tobacco products.
OU is one of several schools that has yet to submit a report, due last year, dealing with the amount of programs offering three-year graduation paths.
The measure has already raised some concerns over potential monopolies that it would create.
Patterson is running uncontested after an Ohio University student dropped out of the race in the summer.
The executive editors support Jennifer Cochran, Pat McGee and Aaron Dauterman in their candidacies for city council.
The amendment would allow for a more clear process of creating legislative districts in Ohio.
The measure is an anti-monopoly amendment proposed by Ohio’s General Assembly.
The long time attorney and acting judge is running unopposed for the position.
The executive editors of The Post look back on time spent with city official while reporting.
A recent article was published about the group on The Post's website and has since been the subject of online debate.
A former Ohio University student and Sierra Club organizer will speak about clean energy and efficiency.
There is not a system in place for individuals identifying outside of the binary genders at the regional jail.
Editorial: Ohio University students should plan where visitors will park for upcoming Halloween weekendOct. 27, 2015
Parking is often already a problem in Athens, but the arrival of many visitors who don’t have a plan for their vehicles will only complicate the problem.
To join in with the celebration, we will not only report on the Athens Halloween Block Party, but also judge the outfits of those who dress up.
Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund Executive Director Thomas Linzey will speak about civil disobedience later this semester.
The university will begin to use renewable sources for more than half of its electricity starting toward the end of this year.
Thursday marked the third time this semester a campus building was affected by an air unit inadequacy.
University educators sign op-ed that expresses their concern over the current state of "confidential resources" for students who have been sexually assaulted.
The bodies come in the form of donations and are incredibly helpful to students who are learning how the human body functions.