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Wednesday, October 29,2014
Campus NEWS

OU student senators speak out about recent demands

Demands include $15 minimum wage, tuition freeze

Sponsors of a recently passed Ohio University Student Senate resolution detailing five collective demands, including a $15 minimum wage on campus and in the city, are speaking out in defense of their goals and platform in response to criticism, including from fellow senators and the campus newspaper.
Sunday, October 26,2014
Campus NEWS

OU’s 12 highest-paid profs

By Conor Morris
Of the top 12 paid faculty members at Ohio University, six are employed in the school's Russ College of Engineering and Technology.
Wednesday, October 22,2014
Campus NEWS

OU will monitor Ebola situation

By Conor Morris
Ohio University President Roderick McDavis sent out an email on Friday to all students, faculty and staff announcing efforts to "closely monitor" the Ebola outbreak in the United States.
Wednesday, October 22,2014
Campus NEWS

OU Trustees approve 'historic' $250 million bond, worry over possible state fund reduction

By Conor Morris
Ohio University's Board of Trustees last Friday passed what they called a "historic" resolution to take on a $250 million bond to pay for campus capital improvements.
Wednesday, October 22,2014
Campus NEWS

Students walk out of class to show solidarity with Ferguson

Approximately 130 Ohio University students and area residents gathered on Ohio University's College Green at noon Wednesday to raise their hands at the #HandsUpWalkOut. Many of the student
Wednesday, October 22,2014
Campus NEWS

OU, city say they’re ready for Halloween onslaught

Block party is set for this Saturday

By Conor Morris
Despite some initial confusion about the date, the annual block party in uptown Athens celebrates its 40th year this Saturday, Oct. 25.
Wednesday, October 22,2014
Campus NEWS

What Halloween costumes are trending for Street Bash ’14

By Samantha Nelson
Halloween. All Hallow's Eve. Spooktober. Whatever one may call it, it's a big deal in this country, and especially in the city of Athens. People go all out for festivities during this time of the year with a plethora of creepy decor, delicious fall snacks and the most essential asset to the holiday: costumes.
Sunday, October 19,2014
Campus NEWS

Warfare... or bonding?

NEWS reporter sings the glories of Humans v. Zombies

By Conor Morris
Aye, traveler. Rest your weary bones by the fire this chilly morn, and listen to the tales of an old grizzled warrior.
Sunday, October 19,2014
Campus NEWS

OU places high nationally for student loan defaults

By Sam Flynn
A U.S. Department of Education report released last month revealed that Ohio University's student loan default rate of 15 percent is the second highest default rate among large, public four-plus-year institutions.
Sunday, October 19,2014
Campus NEWS

Famous photojournalist visits Ohio University

By Sam Flynn
Jeff Widener, the photojournalist famous for the photo of a solitary man staring down a tank column in Beijing's Tiananmen Square in 1989, visited Ohio University last week, giving talks Tuesday and Thursday, one to the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) and another to a Journalism 1010 class.
 
 
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