At each university Nellis has worked at, he made sure faculty and students were a top priority.
A landing page of 15 stories in the edition of introducing OU's 21st president Duane Nellis.
The Post highlights what students may have missed during the summer and what to look forward to this academic year.By Taylor Johnston | Aug. 23, 2017
Every story of the Welcome Back Guide in one place.
Every story of the Orientation Guide in one place.
A crisis of prescription opioid pills and heroin hit Ohio hard, killing thousands. Advocates in southeast Ohio were soon thrown to the frontlines of a problem that seemed to have no end in sight
Ohio University comics get more than just laughs out of performing comedy on stage.
Raising children in Athens can provide resources and dreams of pursuing college.
A collection of photos from McDavis' time at the university.
Former Ohio University President Claude Sowle resigned from his position in 1974, leaving behind severe budget issues and a rioting student body for interim President Harry Crewson.
Long-term relationships can create challenges, foster love between OU couples
The president’s decision to block travel from seven Muslim-majority countries brings uncertainty for international students.
Graduate assistants in the athletic training program help in 20 local high schools.
Wedding practices have changed throughout the decades with the creation of new apps and websites.
ATCO will no longer manage Passion Works, an art studio serving artists with and without disabilities, as a result of federal law banning “conflicts of interest.”
In a popular genre of animated film, pet and animal movies often carry racial messages that live-action film would not get away with.
Ohio Department of Education put a halt on a federal grant to local schools, which could affect Trimble and Alexander schools.
The choreographic process is different for each person and is based on their preferred form of expression.