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Tuesday, November 25,2014
Campus NEWS

Morton Hill rape reported to OUPD

Another case with an anonymous complainant

For the second time in two weeks the Ohio University Police Department has put out a call to the community for information regarding an alleged rape on campus.
Tuesday, November 25,2014
Campus NEWS

SAE frat suspends more than half of its OU chapter

By Sam Flynn
More than half of the Ohio University Gamma chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) was suspended by its national headquarters Nov. 15 in the wake of a membership review brought on by hazing allegations and an alcohol violation.
Tuesday, November 25,2014
Campus NEWS

Petitioners accuse fraternity of drug use and rape

By Sam Flynn
A petition to ban Acacia Fraternity from Ohio University's campus, alleging a reputation for rape and drug use, was posted by the student group F***RapeCulture (FRC) on Change.org Sunday night and had drawn more than 800 signatures as of Monday evening.
Monday, November 24,2014
Campus NEWS

Protesters occupy Baker Center after news from Ferguson

By Conor Morris
A crowd of roughly 100 people, mostly Ohio University students, assembled on Baker Center's fourth floor Monday night upon news of a grand jury decision not to indict Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson in connection with the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown last August.
Sunday, November 23,2014
Campus NEWS

On Court Street - 11-14-14

This time we ask if OU students are considering obtaining renter's insurance in the aftermath of the West Union Street fire, in which a number of students lost all of their belongings.
Sunday, November 23,2014
Campus NEWS

OU students displaced by Union Street blaze gets lots of help

By Hannah Yang
One week ago Sunday, Tia Kropko, an Ohio University senior studying visual communications, lived in a sweet apartment above Jack Neal Floral on West Union Street with five roommates. After a weekend t
Sunday, November 23,2014
Campus NEWS

OU investigates Global Leadership Center official

Director of GLC on leave during misconduct investigation

By Conor Morris
The director of Ohio University's Global Leadership Center was placed on paid administrative leave in early October pending the outcome of an investigation into "allegations of inappropriate conduct," according to recently obtained university documents.
Wednesday, November 19,2014
Campus NEWS

OU and landlords react quickly to help displaced students

By Conor Morris
Nineteen Ohio University students as of Wednesday were without a permanent home after the fire Sunday morning on West Union Street destroyed rentals in three buildings where they were living.
Sunday, November 16,2014
Campus NEWS

Student survey outlines priorities, concerns

By Conor Morris
Ohio University's Student Senate has released preliminary data from an opinion poll it conducted of 508 students.
Sunday, November 16,2014
Campus NEWS

Speaker at OU says it’s time to get rid of racist mascots

By Nadia Kurtz

"The mascot has got to go." The mascot refers to various Native-American symbols used as identifiers for many sports teams across the U.S. The mascot has to go, well, because Anton Treuer says it does.

 
 
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