Simar Kalkat, treasurer of Senate, also gave updates on Senate budget totals.
The Finance and Personnel Committee discussed multiple, possible changes to staff pay and incentives, discussing a merit-based program at length.
Senate also tabled a resolution to buy a new computer for its office.
The public addressed Council over leaked audio of Mayor Steve Patterson.
Emma Armstrong, a junior studying speech pathology, said the club started as a joke.
Efforts at Ohio University are helping members of the Athens community register to vote in the upcoming election.
A hearing may be scheduled for Boozy Bubbles after more information is reviewed by Council.
Multiple events are being planned by Ohio University political organizations to highlight the election season.
Council also asked citizens to be vigilant and help stop the rise of graffiti in the city of Athens.
The event included independent At-large candidates Damon Krane and Iris Virjee.
Senate also discussed the university’s mandated anti-hazing education modules.
The dinner was held at Shade Community Center, where Carey addressed his policies and motivated voters.
Ohio’s current process of redistricting has stirred up some controversy regarding constitutionality.
Council also discussed appropriating $90,000 in membership dues to the Outdoor Recreation Council of Appalachia.
Allison Russo, congressional candidate for Ohio’s 15th district special election, spoke to labor leaders and college students in Athens on Sunday.
Ohio University should follow the lead of the George Washington Forum and invite more speakers like Josh Rogin to campus.
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Athens City Council also discussed a new medical marijuana dispensary in the city.
Senate also heard from Athens County Treasurer Ric Wasserman.
Ohio institutions keep track of vaccine rates through dashboards, surveys and some not at all.
DeWine said a statewide mask mandate for K–12 schools is not possible, as the Ohio legislature would strike down such a mandate.