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Friday, April 24,2015
Campus NEWS

End of semester concert and celebration held at South Beach

Photo Gallery link

By Dennis Powell
We present a photo gallery of the University Program Council's free throw-back Thursday concert/celebration Thursday afternoon and evening on South Beach, the sandy area near the South Green.
Sunday, April 19,2015
Campus NEWS

Journalist recalls dark days of Pol Pot's reign of terror

By David DeWitt
On Dec. 22, 1978, American journalist Elizabeth Becker was one of three reporters allowed in Cambodia to interview Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot, a totalitarian dictator who oversaw a radical form of agrarian socialism that led to the deaths of approximately 25 percent of the Cambodian population.
Sunday, April 19,2015
Campus NEWS

On Court Street 4-20-15

For this week's On Court Street, we ask: What sort of summer job do you have lined up? (Grade it on a scale of 1-5, with 5 being the best).
Saturday, April 18,2015
Campus NEWS

The colors of the globe

International Street Fair enjoys big crowd, lovely weather

See our online photo gallery of Saturday's International Street Fair in uptown Athens, the culmination of International Week on campus.
Thursday, April 16,2015
Campus NEWS

OU Student Senate 2015 election results announced

Students vote no confidence in OU Board of Trustees, President

By Conor Morris
EDITOR'S NOTE: The New Political's social media director for 2015-2016, Matt Stephens, graciously provided these Student Senate 2015 election results via cellphone pictures this evening.
Wednesday, April 15,2015
Campus NEWS

Post suspends opinion editor after learning of op-ed stipulation

President McDavis wanted 24-hour moratorium on critical rebuttal from paper

By Conor Morris
The Post, Ohio University's student-run newspaper, confirmed Monday that it had suspended its opinion editor for two weeks following discovery of an agreement the editor reportedly made with OU President McDavis and his chief of staff earlier this year.
Wednesday, April 15,2015
Campus NEWS

Timeline of emails and events in Park Place-Coventry Lane-McDavis-Wharton narrative

By Conor Morris
Below is a timeline of the most relevant events and university communications known to The Athens NEWS about the move of Ohio University President Roderick McDavis and his wife, Deborah, from 29 Park Place to 31 Coventry Lane in Athens.
Wednesday, April 15,2015
Campus NEWS

Anti-street harrassment group forms new organization

The former organizers of Hollaback Appalachian Ohio! are officially cutting ties with Hollaback! though they say they intend to continue fighting to end street harassment in southeast Ohio under the name People's Justice League, according to a news release.
Wednesday, April 15,2015
Campus NEWS

OU president speaks out about housing flap during Faculty Senate

By David DeWitt
Where the president of Ohio University lives is not as important as what the president does, OU President Roderick McDavis told Faculty Senate in an exchange Monday night over the situation with his residency at 29 Park Place and 31 Coventry Lane.
Wednesday, April 15,2015
Campus NEWS

OU says donor pledge, house purchase unrelated

But timing, circumstances raise questions about how OU officials involved with property purchase could have been ignorant of donor pledge

By Conor Morris
Ohio University's vice president for finance announced Monday that he will not ask OU's Board of Trustees or the Board for the university's fundraising arm to purchase 31 Coventry Lane, a home that OU President Roderick McDavis and his wife, Deborah, were moved into last month.
 
 
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