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Wednesday, April 1,2015
Campus NEWS

Bat ralliers included strong contingent of pro-union RAs

By Conor Morris
During the "Bat Rally" Tuesday outside of 29 Park Place on Ohio University's campus, a significant number of the 300-plus attendees in the student-heavy crowd held signs that simply stated, "Respect. I support the RA (Resident Assistant) union."
Wednesday, April 1,2015
Campus NEWS

Some things really do never change

Exhuming the Morgue

By Terry Smith

You've probably heard the old saw, "the more things change, the more they stay the same." You might have even heard it in French (Plus ca change, plus c'est la meme chose). I can't think of anywhere where that applies more than Athens, Ohio.

Wednesday, April 1,2015
Campus NEWS

Area’s senator fought voting law for out-of state students

By David DeWitt
While state Sen. Lou Gentile attempted to remove language from a transportation bill that requires out-of-state college students to obtain an Ohio driver's license and vehicle registration in order to vote, the new rules passed the chamber regardless. Late Wednesday, Ohio Gov. John Kasich line-item vetoed the measure.
Wednesday, April 1,2015
Campus NEWS

Lawsuit involves questionable student-to-student texts

By Conor Morris
An Ohio University and Honors Tutorial College student's lawsuit against the university over his suspension due to text messages sent to a female HTC classmate is proceeding through the federal court system.
Tuesday, March 31,2015
Campus NEWS

Protesters at 'Bat Rally' attack OU Prez's move from campus

By Conor Morris
More than 300 Ohio University students, faculty and community members gathered on campus late Tuesday afternoon to protest President Roderick McDavis, his administration, and the university's funding priorities following McDavis and his wife's recent move to a secluded home on Athens' South Side.
Sunday, March 29,2015
Campus NEWS

Survivor Advocacy program has new home in works at OU

By Sam Schooler
Ohio University's Survivor Advocacy Program (OUSAP) will be getting a new office for the 2015-2016 year and continuing to offer its breadth of services to OU students and the local community.
Sunday, March 29,2015
Campus NEWS

Some opt for 'chill fest' during Palmer bash

By Tess Stevens
We Americans love traditions. We love traditions that come with holidays, like over-eating. We love traditions that come with sporting events, like singing the National Anthem.
Sunday, March 29,2015
Campus NEWS

Smaller fest copes with rules

By Sam Schooler
When Ohio University student Andrea Beard called in at 10 a.m. Friday, she said Palmer Place Fest pre-gaming was already underway.
Sunday, March 29,2015
Campus NEWS

OU expert clarifies campus bat situation

President's Residence could house bat colony

By Conor Morris
Last year, Ohio University spent $14,850 to "exclude" about 150 bats that had taken residence in a colony in the attic of O'Bleness House - a dorm on OU's South Green. 
Sunday, March 29,2015
Campus NEWS

McDavises' home swap, bats in President's Residence inspire rally

Faculty voice concern with McDavises move to suburbs, possible $1.2 million purchase of home

By Conor Morris
"Are bats a $1.2 million problem?" That statement, found in the introduction to a Facebook event for a planned "Bat Rally" this Tuesday outside of the historic Ohio University
 
 
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