Senate passed 10 resolutions, three of which were formalities to set Senate protocol.
The Democratic senator from Ohio was surrounded by local and campus politicians and down ballot candidates while speaking to a sizable crowd in Baker Center.
It will also approve budgets to prepare for the Student Senate retreat on Saturday.
Athens City Council members authorized an agreement with DriveOhio, a smart vehicle organization.
After seeing a spike in hate crimes around the country, the non-profit organization created an app called the PJL Incident Reporter and re-launched the Active Bystander Coalition this year.
The meeting will be held Monday at 7 p.m. in the city building.
Candidates from the top of the ballot to the bottom are campaigning in Athens ahead of elections.
Councilmembers dealt with infrastructure, food trucks and tobacco age restrictions over summer.
The sixth-annual roundtable took place Wednesday in Lancaster.
Athens residents will vote on the levy in November.
Flooding in early spring has caused many problems for the city of Athens.
The tweet was later deleted.
Sappington is running against Republican incumbent Jay Edwards.
Here's how we got there and how it will impact students, faculty, staff and community members.
A message on a Rhinegeist-branded chalkboard in Broney's Alumni Grill caused the Cincinnati-based brewery to end their relationship with the bar.
She was charged with three misdemeanor counts for allegedly touching patrons.
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Ohio politicians from both political parties have made statements against the president’s policy of separating children from families at the border.
City council members approved construction projects for a bridge and a bike-way spur on their last session before a July break.
At their Monday night meeting, Athens City Council members heard a proposal to increase the age to 21 for buying tobacco.
City Council passes last minute ordinance in response to the Fraternal Order of Police and the Ohio Labor Council.