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Sunday, January 25,2015
Campus NEWS

OU Trustees OK tuition plan, say it will help students

OU students express skepticism during protest

By Conor Morris
Ohio University on Friday became the first of 14 public universities in Ohio to implement a tuition guarantee plan that sets tuition rates for four years for each future incoming cohort of undergraduate freshmen at OU.
Friday, January 23,2015
Campus NEWS

Six charged after anti-tuition hike protests at OU

Three arrested on Friday during Board of Trustees meeting

By Conor Morris

Two OU students and an OU alumnus were arrested by Ohio University Police officers for allegedly disturbing Friday's Board of Trustees' meeting while protesting the Ohio Guarantee fixed-rate tuition plan on which Trustees were about to vote.

Thursday, January 22,2015
Campus NEWS

Several dozen students protest guaranteed tuition program, with its 5 percent tuition hike

By Sam Flynn
Between 75 and 100 students and others protested outside the ground-floor entrance to Ohio University's Baker Center Thursday against the Board of Trustees' expected approval Friday of a 5.1 percent increase.
Wednesday, January 21,2015
Campus NEWS

OU Trustees to talk about demolition of President St. building

Some city officials express concern for historic building

By Conor Morris
The Athens City Historic Preservation Commission has drafted a letter asking Ohio University to postpone the proposed demolition of a building on the corner of President Street and Richland Avenue.
Wednesday, January 21,2015
Campus NEWS

Fest season less than two months away

Schedule has been set with first street fest March 13

By Scott Proietti
Though the calendar and outside temperatures may say winter, the 2015 spring semester at Ohio University is well underway, with the highly anticipated student fest season less than two months away.
Wednesday, January 21,2015
Campus NEWS

Campus event focuses on race and inequity

By David DeWitt
What is it like to be black? What is it like to be white? When was the first time you realized that race is an issue?
Wednesday, January 21,2015
Campus NEWS

Have coffee with a cop at Baker

Officers from the Ohio University Police Department will get to know the faces and voices within the community they serve this morning (Thursday), when they sit down and enjoy cups of coffee at The Front Room in Baker Center as part of Coffee with a Cop.
Wednesday, January 21,2015
Campus NEWS

Former OU Trustee chair sentenced in connection with data-rigging case

University says Harris was a strong and resposible Trustee chair

By Terry Smith
A former Ohio University Board of Trustees chairwoman last week pleaded no contest to a second-degree misdemeanor charge of dereliction of duty in connection with the Columbus City Schools' data-rigging scandal.
Monday, January 19,2015
Campus NEWS

Second 'sexual imposition' reported on OU campus last week

Female OU student reports being touched inappropriately by stranger in broad daylight

By Conor Morris
The Ohio University Police Department sent out its second crime alert in 24 hours Friday – this one about a female student who reported being touched inappropriately by a stranger while walking outside last Tuesday afternoon.
Sunday, January 18,2015
Campus NEWS

Five OU profs honored for outstanding achievements

By McKenzie Powell, for OU Compass
Five Ohio University professors are being recognized in Ohio Magazine's annual "Excellence in Education" section for their achievements in and dedication to the field of higher education.
 
 
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