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Friday, April 18,2014
Campus NEWS

Upstart Student Senate party snags presidency and at-large seats

By The New Political Campus Staff
An unusually contentious Student Senate election season ended Thursday with the upstart Restart party taking a clear majority in both elected senator positions and the executive ticket.
Wednesday, April 16,2014
Campus NEWS

Insurgent party tries to upset student gov’t applecart

By Spencer Cappelli
Last year, Cleveland native and Ohio University junior Megan Marzec was arrested, along with three other students, for protesting a meeting of the OU Board of Trustees. The Trustees had been considering student tuition hikes and increased compensation for the school's administrators.
Sunday, April 13,2014
Campus NEWS

Sunny day, sunny crowd, muddy grounds

#Masses enjoy the music and sunshine

By Evan Peter Smith
More than anything, the mud stole the show. The annual Number Fest (aka #Fest) kicked off its 12th iteration on a sunny, warm Saturday near Athens, drawing in huge crowds to the music festival's
Sunday, April 13,2014
Campus NEWS

OU's Schoonover project generates another contractor lawsuit

By Jim Phillips
The repeatedly delayed renovation project that turned Ohio University's old Baker student center building into the new home of the Scripps College of Communication has spawned another law
Sunday, April 13,2014
Campus NEWS

Law professor reviews shale gas boom and regulation

By Christian Law
Delivering a public lecture, law professor William Boyd of the University of Colorado at Boulder spoke Thursday night on the recent increase of shale gas use and production to a small local crowd in Ohio University's Scripps Hall.
Wednesday, April 9,2014
Campus NEWS

Music maker on hit TV shows to speak at OU

By Christian Law
Renowned for his work on immensely popular television programs such as "Breaking Bad" and "The Walking Dead," award-winning music supervisor Thomas Golubic will speak on campus Monday about his experiences working on the shows.
Sunday, April 6,2014
Campus NEWS

Symposium kicks off LBJ’s War on Poverty birthday

By Christian Law
In May of 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson arrived at Ohio University via helicopter to deliver a speech on the pervasive problem of poverty to a lawn full of eager students and Athenians. 
Sunday, April 6,2014
Campus NEWS

Historian: Appalachia has record of social injustice

By David DeWitt
The people of Athens County know the Appalachian struggle against poverty intimately, and with wealth and income inequality at some of the highest levels ever in America, historian Ron Eller spoke Friday on the record of social injustice in Appalachia.
Sunday, April 6,2014
Campus NEWS

OU officials outline big physical changes planned for campus

Presentation given to Emeriti group

By David DeWitt
With Ohio University looking to spend more than $1 billion over the next 15-plus years on renovations to campus, President Roderick McDavis and other university officials gave a presentation to the university's Emeriti Association Thursday morning to explain the planned changes to campus.
Sunday, April 6,2014
Campus NEWS

Advisory body grills OU officials on plans for Ridges

By Jim Phillips
Ohio University officials faced searching, if generally friendly, questions Friday from members of the Ridges Advisory Committee, regarding the university's future plans for the Ridges property.
 
 
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