Over 2,000 students tested positive for COVID-19 during winter break or prior to Spring Semester move-in, Gillian Ice, special assistant to the president for public health operations, said.
Ellery Pollard, a senior studying creative writing and a lead tutor in the Writing Commons, said around 90% of students she tutored during last year were ESL.
Joe McLaughlin, vice president of OU’s chapter of the American Association of University Professors, said shared governance has been damaged and needs repaired.
Opha Lawson received the lowest number of votes, earning 13.87%.
When OU first approved its plan to build an esports facility, it was hoping to open this Fall Semester, but students and Bobcat Esports members continue to wait to meet and game together.
OU is scaling up its entire advising system, giving students more resources to find jobs, internships and experiential learning.
Ben Ziff, manager at Donkey Coffee, said it will be interesting to see how COVID-19 affects Athens businesses during Homecoming 2021.
James Gaskell, ACCHD health commissioner, said the health department vaccinates about 70 to 100 people at its weekly clinics out of Heritage Hall.
Athens City-County Health Department began using an online reporting system at the beginning of the month to make self-reporting easier for residents.