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Wednesday, September 18,2013
Campus NEWS

Fest organizers to try out fairgrounds park & ride

Hoping to cut down on traffic, unlicensed taxis

By Jim Phillips
The organizers of the increasingly famed Number Fests in Athens are looking to try something new this year, in hopes of easing car and foot traffic problems that plagued the 11th edition of the outdoor music festival last April.
Wednesday, September 18,2013
Campus NEWS

Itchy uniform shirts an issue at OU

By Jim Phillips
Unionized employees at Ohio University have been asked to provide input on any problems they may be experiencing with a new brand of uniform shirt they're required to wear on the job, the president of their union confirmed Tuesday.
Wednesday, September 18,2013
Campus NEWS

Roomie from the other side of the world

American and Chinese students share dorm rooms

By Sijie Wang
Although many Ohio University students still prefer roomies from a similar background, the odds of sharing a roof with someone of a different international background may have increased for both American and Chinese Bobcats.
Monday, September 16,2013
Campus NEWS

There are more OU students than ever before

Preliminary fall enrollment breaks variety of historical records

Enrollment at Ohio University is the highest in the institution's history. For the 2013-14 academic year, overall preliminary enrollment on all six campuses is 38,297 - an increase of 2.26 percent over last year and a new record for the 209-year-old university.
Sunday, September 15,2013
Campus NEWS

OU student has 850,000 'Vine' video followers

By Evan Peter Smith

It took Logan Paul four months to become famous on the Internet. The Ohio University freshman had been making videos since middle school in his Northeast Ohio hometown of Westlake, filming and editing them himself and posting them online to YouTube, slowly garnering more viewers.

Sunday, September 15,2013
Campus NEWS

After lineup turnover, OU Improv begins a new scene

By Matt Lardner

What can you make out of applesauce? For Black Sheep, the answer is a comedy show. Black Sheep is an improvisational comedy troupe that performs weekly in Ohio University's Baker Center Theatre.

Wednesday, September 11,2013
Campus NEWS

OU still trying to figure out why two students fainted in building

As of Wednesday morning Ohio University officials were still investigating why two students passed out in a laboratory classroom in OU's Clippinger Hall Tuesday afternoon.

Wednesday, September 11,2013
Campus NEWS

Low-profile OU position’s only purpose is helping

By Evan Peter Smith
Judy Piercy is a veteran of Ohio University. She has been working at the school for longer than most of the students have been alive, and her career has afforded her a uniquely intricate understanding of the inner workings of the university, including its physical and figurative makeup, and bureaucratic ticks.
Wednesday, September 11,2013
Campus NEWS

There’s no shortage of reasons to study abroad

By Nadia Kurtz
For college students, lazy summer days filled with trips to the pool and sleeping until noon are long gone. With increasing pressure to succeed, students are either working part-time jobs, enrolling in summer classes or engaging in an internship.
Wednesday, September 4,2013
Campus NEWS

OU student reports early morning rape

A female Ohio University student has reported being raped by an unidentified man early Monday morning in her residence hall room, according to a crime alert from the university.
 
 
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