Graduate Student Senate met to debate constitutional changes, healthcare and organization independence.
The report came from a SANE kit from O’Bleness hospital.
Student Senate raised the issue of unjust towing practices.
So far 11 candidates have qualified for the next debate at Otterbein University in Westerville.
About 200 protesters marched around Galbreath Chapel.
The group has partnered with OU to promote zero waste initiatives.
City Council looks to revenue from Airbnbs to pay for the Bailey’s Trail project.
Community members in attendance gathered soil for preservation in a local museum.
The incident happened at The Market on East State Street.
The incident occurred Friday night behind a row of houses on Palmer Street.
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The news editors at The Post break down the week’s headlines from Athens City Council, to e-scooters and the 2020 U.S. Census.
Penny is a 14-month-old Aussiedoodle.
A man has found a new alternative to a weight vest: a backpack with concrete in it.
The Richland Avenue Pedestrian Passageway will begin March 1, 2020, thanks to a timeline compromise with the university.
Cycle Path Bicycles reopened in late August after an explosion caused them to be closed for almost a year and a half.
Senate meeting include presentations on experiential learning and a city safety app.
Four or five different companies are interested in coming to Athens.
Daniel Kilgore is interviewed by George about his candidacy to run against Republican Incumbent Steve Stivers.
This is the third rape report of the school year.
Councilmembers are looking for ways to create affordable housing within the city limits for non-student residents.