Students expressed their frustrations over meals, communication and the university’s lack of planning.
While the university has plans in place to decrease the use of the different utilities on campus, other outside factors may affect its energy consumption.
About $6,300 in expenses were found to violate university policy.
Meet the student who initiated an investigation into Athens City School District’s Title IX policiesBy Maggie Campbell | Jan. 30, 2019
Emmalyn Brown started a petition in August asking for the removal of a school board member.
A ‘Post’ records request returned positive evaluations and no disciplinary actions for delfin bautista.
Hotels and McDonald's: How OU President Duane Nellis used his university credit card in his first yearBy Taylor Johnston | Nov. 28, 2018
Transaction receipts from President Duane Nellis’ Ohio University credit card show how much he has spent during his first year in office.
Christine Adams and Susanna Hempstead went months without psychological treatment after CPS refused to treat them.
Agents with the Ohio Investigative Unit have arrested more than 900 people in the past five years.
Police can’t remember them being used in an emergency.
OU’s composting facility shows to be costly but beneficial in the long run
'The Post' reviewed seven years of disciplinary actions against staff from the Ohio University Police Department, Athens Police Department and Athens County Sheriff's Office.