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Sunday, March 1,2015
Campus NEWS

Is another old OU building doomed?

By Conor Morris
The Athens Historic Preservation Commission sent a letter to the Ohio University administration Friday asking that the university reconsider its plans to demolish the President Street Academic Center, a largely-unused, historic building on the corner of President and South Congress streets in Athens.
Sunday, March 1,2015
Campus NEWS

Student arrested for allegedly assaulting OU Police officer

By Conor Morris
An Ohio University Police Department officer was hit in the face while he attempted to arrest an allegedly disorderly male student on campus Monday, Feb. 23.
Friday, February 27,2015
Campus NEWS

Accident claims life of OU official who also coached youth hockey

High school hockey players wore special helmet decals at an all-star game Sunday in honor of their coach, an Ohio University administrator who died in a highway accident Friday morning after being struck by a vehicle.
Wednesday, February 25,2015
Campus NEWS

Pipeline will help OU shift from coal heating to gas

By Conor Morris
Ohio University is seeking to create a new, medium-pressure natural gas pipeline that will run underneath the Hocking River from the south side of town, near Dairy Lane, to OU's Lausche Heating Plant.
Wednesday, February 25,2015
Campus NEWS

Student group plants symbolic headstones to make point about police violence

By Sam Schooler

This past Monday, an empty graveyard stood on Ohio University's College Green. Almost 100 cardboard tombstones, each inscribed with the name of a person who allegedly has died from police brutality or violence, were placed in front of Memorial Auditorium for a vigil attended by 20 to 30 students.

Sunday, February 22,2015
Campus NEWS

Student Senate resolves to support RA unionization effort

By Conor Morris
Ohio University's Student Senate passed a resolution last Wednesday supporting efforts by some residential assistants to unionize the university's entire RA staff.
Sunday, February 22,2015
Campus NEWS

OU named a top producer of U.S. Fulbright students

Ohio University has been recognized by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs as a top producer of 2014-2015 Fulbright U.S. Students, according to a news release.
Sunday, February 22,2015
Campus NEWS

OU adjuncts plan event in solidarity with walkouts

This Wednesday, adjunct professors across the country will be holding events to call for better pay and working conditions.
Wednesday, February 18,2015
Campus NEWS

OU provides construction update

By Sam Schooler
Ohio University officials held a conference call Thursday to discuss what's up with everyone's favorite season: construction.
Wednesday, February 18,2015
Campus NEWS

For 13th edition, Number Fest seeks permanent home

By Conor Morris
The Athens Number Fest's (#Fest) founder and director said Monday that the festival is seeking a permanent home, which could end up being the same place where the wild, mud-and-music-filled festival has been hosted for the past few years.
 
 
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