The town hall comes after four public instances of racist acts on campus.
Students discussed discrimination on campus and fears about COVID-19.
Researchers out of OU found a significant difference in stress levels after a three-minute VR viewing experience.
Fans from around the country have sent in donations to the Joe Burrow Relief Fund, which will help the Athens County Food Pantry explore new projects.
Students who run out of swipes or do not have a valid meal plan are charged $12.85 for lunch and brunch meals and $16.60 for dinner.
“They’re not really worried about COVID as much as they’re worried about their image,” Summer Howman, a sophomore studying psychology, said.
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%.