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Wednesday, November 20,2013
Campus NEWS

OU addresses men's role in sexual assault, consent issues

By Elizabeth Cychosz
After several months in which the hot topic on campus has been sexual assault and consent, Ohio University set aside time on Monday to focus on the role of men in the issue.
Sunday, November 17,2013
Campus NEWS

Dates announced for two spring fests

Prime Social Group has announced the date for the 12th edition of the #FEST, April 12 at the same festival site, west of Athens, as the past few years.
Sunday, November 17,2013
Campus NEWS

OU Communication facility's opening delayed

By David DeWitt
Foundational problems, bad weather and other unforeseen conditions have delayed the Scripps College of Communication from beginning its move into the Schoonover Center on East Union Street.
Wednesday, November 13,2013
Campus NEWS

Prof compares Steve Jobs and mathematical pioneer

By David DeWitt

What does Steve Jobs have in common with a 13th century Italian from Pisa named Leonardo? Turns out, quite a lot, as was explored by Stanford professor Keith Devlin in the first and only Kennedy Lecture Series speech of the fall semester Tuesday night at Ohio University's Memorial Auditorium.

Sunday, November 10,2013
Campus NEWS

Veteran ice expert talks climate change at OU

By Sijie Wang
Two photos of the same glacier taken in 1978 and 2011, displayed by an expert on climate change who spoke at Ohio University last Wednesday, showed that the retreat of Qori Kalis, the biggest glacier of Peru's Quelccaya Ice Cap, created a lake that covers 84 acres.
Sunday, November 10,2013
Campus NEWS

OU grows assault survivor program

As of August, Ohio University's Survivor Advocacy Program (OUSAP) has expanded to provide sexual assault survivor services for Meigs and Perry counties.
Friday, November 8,2013
Campus NEWS

Veteran ice expert addresses climate change at OU event

By Sijie Wang
Two photos of the same glacier taken in 1978 and 2011, displayed by an expert on climate change who spoke at Ohio University last Wednesday, showed that the retreat of Qori Kalis, the biggest glacier of Peru's Quelccaya Ice Cap, created a lake within 25 years. This is only one of the many proofs of rapid, recent climate change that the speaker covered during his appearance.
Wednesday, November 6,2013
Campus NEWS

Paper calls OU out on prez raise

OU says raise will be formalized in a public meeting

After an article in a statewide newspaper reported that the Ohio University Board of Trustees broke the law in the way they gave OU President Roderick McDavis and his wife 1 percent pay raises, the university has said it will hold off on actually granting the salary hikes until it can be done with a publicly voted resolution.
Wednesday, November 6,2013
Campus NEWS

Faculty Senate keeps discussion going about campus sex assault

By Evan Peter Smith
In the immediate aftermath of the public sex act that occurred on Athens' Court Street Oct. 12 over Ohio University's Homecoming Weekend, the campus was loud with conversation - a dialogue that, at times, became divisive, as both students and faculty attempted to glean some kind of lesson from the incident, perhaps an opportunity for addressing the broader issue of sexual assault in the college environment.
Sunday, November 3,2013
Campus NEWS

OU trustee casts lone no vote on surplus land plan

By Jim Phillips
A rare instance of dissension arose on the Ohio University Board of Trustees Friday, as one trustee raised objections to OU's plan to declare as surplus two pieces of land it owns off East State Street. The university wants eventually to sell the land, according to Stephen Golding, OU's vice president for finance and administration.
 
 
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