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Wednesday, September 17,2014
Campus NEWS

Treasurer resigns at packed Student Senate meeting, but no more arrests

OUPD applies heavy security at meeting after recent trouble

By Sam Flynn
Entering the Ohio University Student Senate meeting Wednesday night was more like getting on an airplane, with OUPD officers checking bags, signs warning that only those recognized by embattled Senate President Megan Marzec would be allowed to speak, and a rigid 150-person maximum attendance for Walter 235.
Wednesday, September 17,2014
Campus NEWS

OUPD prepares for potentially large crowd at Student Senate meeting tonight

But says it found no serious threat as a result of backsplash from controversial video

By Terry Smith
The Ohio University Police Department has found no serious threat toward OU Student Senate President Megan Marzec, as a result of her controversial anti-Israel video posting on Sept. 2. The OUPD a
Wednesday, September 17,2014
Campus NEWS

‘Blood bucket’ video generates letters, petitions from faculty, students, OU alums

By Hannah Yang
Ohio University alumni took to the Internet and online petitions to voice their concerns over student arrests and the status of free speech on campus, after the recent uproar generated by the controversial "blood-bucket" anti-Israel video.
Sunday, September 14,2014
Campus NEWS

Book to collect local memories

A unique book project called "Growing Up in Athens" is being co-sponsored by the Athens Community Arts, Parks and Recreation Department and the Athens County Historical Society and Museum.
Sunday, September 14,2014
Campus NEWS

Campus takes a breather in wake of video, arrests

By Conor Morris
It appears as if much of the Ohio University community has taken a collective breath in the wake of the conflict that embroiled the campus over the last few weeks surrounding the Israel-Hamas/Palestinian conflict.
Thursday, September 11,2014
Campus NEWS

Debate over controversial 'blood' video intensifies with four arrests at OU Student Senate meeting

By Sam Flynn
Four Ohio University students were arrested Wednesday night at yet another intense Student Senate meeting, in the wake of Senate President Megan Marzec's controversial anti-Israeli "blood bucket challenge."(See photo gallery.)
Sunday, September 7,2014
Campus NEWS

Grievances aired at Student Senate over video

By Sam Flynn
Early last Wednesday evening, Walter Hall 235 buzzed with emotion during the lead-up to the weekly Ohio University Student Senate meeting.
Sunday, September 7,2014
Campus NEWS

Backsplash from 'Bucket of Blood'

Marzec urged to resign in wake of video, and also receives death threats

By Conor Morris
Ohio University's Student Senate president has received numerous death threats over the past week after a self-released video of her dumping simulated blood on herself to protest Israeli attacks on Palestinians stirred controversy locally and nationally.
Sunday, September 7,2014
Campus NEWS

OU misreports tax info for 2011-2012, audit says

By Conor Morris
In a recent audit, the Internal Revenue Service found that Ohio University owes $1.054 million to the federal government in additional employment taxes and sanctions for the 2011-2012 tax year.
Sunday, September 7,2014
Campus NEWS

OU med school lawsuit continues

Action stayed pending immunity determination

By David DeWitt
A lawsuit against Ohio University's Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine in the Ohio Court of Claims has been stayed pending a determination on whether a doctor involved in the case is entitled to personal immunity under Ohio Revised Code.
 
 
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