Student Senate: Multicultural Center move on hold; members pass resolution for Bobcat Readership Program
Ohio University will look for a permanent space for the office next fall.
Local school districts would be able to choose whether or not to implement the program.
House Bill 88 would prohibit Ohio universities from restricting free expression rights.
The university would be suspended from a minimum of 20 months or until deemed appropriate.
Bill Weld’s fiscal conservatism and social liberalism is a perfect segue away from Trump for Republicans.
Student Senate is looking to allocate funding for local, state and national news and is requesting an increase in funding for the program.
Members also discussed the cost of e-scooters in Athens at the meeting.
The majority of the senate is unaffiliated, but Democrats still outnumber other parties.
Mayor Patterson discusses his history and upcoming election campaigning.
The tradition is to continue important projects from one academic year to the next.
Off-Campus Partners is currently piloting a landlord rating platform, which can be used for students.
This is the second consecutive year that an Ohio University student was elected into this position.
There are 18 people in the running as of April 14.
The council would help implement plans for the 88-mile trail.
In signing the bill, DeWine broke tradition from his predecessor former Gov. John Kasich who vetoed the bill several times.
More than 60 students came to the meeting to voice their opinions about the move.
Kailey Gentner and Meah McCallister aim to expand the reach of their organizations next year.
The Republican-controlled Ohio House approved the controversial “Heartbeat Bill” in a 56-39 vote Wednesday.
Student Senate will also vote on 19 resolutions at the meeting.
Athens County Board of County Commissioners proclaim April 14-20 as National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week.