In a series last year, The Post looked at President Roderick McDavis' promises he made at the beginning of his tenure and how many of those were accomplished.
Judith Grant is listed as one of the experts on feminist politics and theory on the website #womenalsoknowstuff.
Between The Lines: Ohio University’s bricks make for slippery slide to classes, should be cleared as soon as it snowsBy Olivia Hitchcock | Jan. 26, 2016
One Post staffer recalls when she bruised her tailbone last winter after a tumble on College Green’s icy bricks.
Post Haste: Thousands are using the law to appeal their student debt; Free showing of 'Selma' coming upBy Olivia Hitchcock | Jan. 20, 2016
For some, it's even working.
Called to Athens: Four Church of Jesus-Christ of Latter-day Saint missionaries serve in Athens CountyBy Olivia Hitchcock | Jan. 19, 2016
Four missionaries spend about two dozen hours a week on Ohio University’s campus trying to spread their faith to students — their peers, at least in age.
Jacob Okumu has spent years researching emancipated foster youth and their adjustment to college.
In 2013, the average debt for an OU grad was more than $26,000.
OU is working on creating a community for emancipated foster care youth.
For the third time in three months, bats have take up residence in the presidential residence, 29 Park Place