Athens residents have the choice to opt-out of a new composting program or be charged a monthly fee of $6.33.
The restaurant’s menu will feature street tacos and margaritas.
What started as a letter writing campaign has evolved into a storytelling website.
Other international student support services will be reorganized this summer.
This was the first time the shop has been broken into in 22 years, shop owner Peter Kotses said.
Athens restaurants are preparing for how to maintain safety when indoor operations resume.
An opt-out program could allow for people who do not wish to participate in curbside composting to remove the fee from their bill.
All employees will have a minimum of seven mandatory days on furlough.
OU has developed groups to help prepare for different scenarios.
A renewed waste management contract could possibly include composting, which would increase costs for Athens residents.
OU-AAUP is asking for support and input from students, staff and the Athens community in the name of shared governance.
The board did not ratify agreements between OU and a union.
From Save OUr Profs to OU-AAUP, grassroots have been made digital.
The individual is now in quarantine.
The protesters also wanted to see a firing freeze.
Professors are vocal about the recent non-renewal of faculty contracts in addition to cuts regarding custodial positions.
No decisions have been made about probationary tenure track professors.
City Council: Interim service safety director approved to enter into a loan for Stimson Avenue project
Stimson Avenue carries over 7,000 cars per day and has seen 19 vehicle crashes in the past five years.
OU has been offering Telehealth services to those seeking mental health guidance.