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Wednesday, August 13,2014
Campus NEWS

OU has plan to make sure every student has a bed

133 students currently don’t have rooms

By Conor Morris
Ohio University currently has more housing deposits from students, about 8,268 as of Tuesday, than it has current space for those students, which sits at about 8,151 beds on its Athens campus. OU starts its fall semester in 11 days.
Sunday, August 10,2014
Campus NEWS

Big OU fraternity gets its own house

House on N. College St. cost $1.35 million

By Conor Morris
One of the largest fraternities at Ohio University closed on a $1.35 million deal last month to purchase its own fraternity house at 8 N. College St. The members of Phi Kappa Psi aren't moving far, though.
Wednesday, August 6,2014
Campus NEWS

Trustees talk enrollment at Hocking

By Conor Morris
The Hocking College Board of Trustees at its meeting Tuesday discussed low final enrollment totals for its summer semester, as well as the challenges the school faces with current enrollment progress for the autumn semester of 2014.
Sunday, August 3,2014
Campus NEWS

Ohio AG applauds OU’s sexual assault outreach program

By Conor Morris
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine stopped by the Ohio University Women's Center Thursday morning to discuss the progress of an outreach program designed to offer 24-hour service to victims of sexual assault and rape in Athens, Meigs and Perry counties.
Wednesday, July 30,2014
Campus NEWS

OU pond gets full dredging makeover

Removal of sediment will allow pond to return to original depth, clarity

By Kaleb Carter
The product of nearly two weeks of dredging (scraping off and removing silt and muck off the bottom of Emeriti Park pond) sits in two huge bags situated between the Ohio University's Ping Center and the new Walter Fieldhouse along South Green Drive.
Wednesday, July 30,2014
Campus NEWS

OU files objection to ruling in student broken-thumb suit

By David DeWitt
Ohio University has filed an objection to an Ohio Court of Claims magistrate's decision to award a former student $22,554 after she sued claiming that a campus police officer broke her thumb during a drunken-driving arrest.
Sunday, July 27,2014
Campus NEWS

Strong international rankings for Ohio University

By Kaleb Carter
With fall semester looming right around the corner, Ohio University has a new reason to boast to incoming students after being placed among the top higher-education institutions in two recent ranking systems.
Sunday, July 27,2014
Campus NEWS

OU-HCOM welcomes largest class ever

The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine on Saturday welcomed the largest incoming class in its 39-year history, as 190 new medical students took part in a convocation ceremony and
Sunday, July 27,2014
Campus NEWS

Kennedy Museum gets $2.7 million for roof rehab, other work on building

Ohio University's Kennedy Museum of Art recently received $2.7 million to upgrade the roof of the historic building that contains the museum on OU's Ridges property.
Wednesday, July 23,2014
Campus NEWS

Ohio University's top salaries in 2014-2015

Basketball, football coaches lead the way

By Conor Morris
Ohio University has compiled a list for the academic year 2014-2015 salaries of all of its administrative and classified employees. Of 1,449 people employed in administration or research positions at
 
 
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