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Wednesday, May 20,2015
Campus NEWS

More Bobcats than ever

OU looks on track to break enrollment record... again

By Conor Morris
Ohio University is again on track for another record year of enrollment at its Athens campus: last Friday (May 15), OU set a new institutional record for freshman applications it has received.
Monday, May 18,2015
Campus NEWS

OU's VP for student affairs to leave for Cornell University

But no word from OU on who his replacement will be

By Conor Morris
Ryan Lombardi, Ohio University's Vice President for Student Affairs, is leaving OU for a similar position at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY, OU President Roderick McDavis announced today.
Sunday, May 17,2015
Campus NEWS

State Inspector General wants to look at ‘Housing-Gate’ records

By Conor Morris
Ohio University and its dealings with university donor and Athens businessman John Wharton in relation to a housing change for the president and his wife have caught the eye of the Ohio Inspector Gene
Sunday, May 17,2015
Campus NEWS

OU students, faculty heading to Ghana for concert

A group of Ohio University students and professors will perform in Ghana in June for an international concert that will bring some 200 performers on stage, according to a news release.
Sunday, May 17,2015
Campus NEWS

OU acquires reproductions of rare, ancient manuscripts

A professor in Ohio University's School of Interdisciplinary Arts has secured copies of two ancient manuscripts for collegiate research, according to a news release.
Sunday, May 17,2015
Campus NEWS

On Court Street 5-18-15

In this week's On Court Street, we ask, "Would you support a city special events law that could have a significant discouraging effect on the Halloween block party?"
Sunday, May 10,2015
Campus NEWS

For female faculty at OU, pay inequity is no mirage

By Yun Li
Risa Whitson, associate professor of geography at Ohio University, realized that female faculty at OU are not paid equally the moment she was hired back in 2009. A man got his teaching job the same year, but was offered a much higher salary even though they had the same qualifications - both have a doctoral degree in geography, and neither of them had previous teaching experience.
Sunday, May 10,2015
Campus NEWS

Bike path paving set for this week

Repairs could be finished as early as May 22

By Conor Morris
Ohio University's contractor will begin paving this week as part of repairs to a popular section of the Hockhocking Adena Bikeway on the Athens campus between Richland and Stimson avenues.
Sunday, May 10,2015
Campus NEWS

Another batch of emails sheds more light on OU 'HousingGate'

By Conor Morris
Email records between Ohio University administrators for the months of February and March show that frequent OU Athletics donor and local businessman John Wharton was likely one of the first members of the public to learn that OU officials were seeking new housing for OU's First Couple.
Sunday, May 10,2015
Campus NEWS

On Court Street 5-11-15

In this week's On Court Street, we ask, "Do you like uptown Athens better during the school year or in the summer?"
 
 
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