Student Senate, Faculty Senate and Graduate Student Senate all plan to continue to meet as in-person classes are suspended.
Is Ohio looking to disarm or reload their relationship to firearms? It depends where you look.
The individual is recovering in isolation.
Pass/Fail grading options were addressed at the meeting.
The drainage, although not harmful to humans, has left an impact on aquatic life throughout the ecosystem.
The student was on a study abroad trip when they first contracted symptoms.
The university will reevaluate the budget at a later time.
Many restaurants, bars and coffee shops still remain open for take-out, even with majorly reduced staff and hours.
The transition to remote work looks different for graduate assistants, teaching assistants and research assistants, but students will still receive their Spring Semester stipends.
The petition currently has close to 4,000 signatures.
The Stimson Avenue construction project will add new street lights, repave the road and add more sidewalk space.
The tents are not for COVID-19 screening.
The order will last until April 6.
She will take over the position in May.
A woman reported her mail was gone, and the mailbox was open.
Local business owners have been working to provide lunches to students whose K-12 schools have been suspended.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advises that gatherings of 50 or more people should not take place for eight weeks.
Ohio’s elections were suspended until Tuesday, June 2.
Athens Mayor Steve Patterson asked students to list Athens as their residence for the 2020 Census.