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Sunday, April 6,2014
Campus NEWS

Advisory body grills OU officials on plans for Ridges

By Jim Phillips
Ohio University officials faced searching, if generally friendly, questions Friday from members of the Ridges Advisory Committee, regarding the university's future plans for the Ridges property.
Sunday, April 6,2014
Campus NEWS

Big economic effect of OU moving to semesters? Not so much

By Jim Phillips
When Ohio University made the switch in 2012 from an academic calendar using quarters to one using semesters, some business owners in uptown Athens expressed concerns that the change might negatively impact their annual sales.
Wednesday, April 2,2014
Campus NEWS

Men to join women in annual march, sparking debate

By Darcy Higgins
A decision to allow men to march in Take Back the Night, the annual anti-sexual violence rally, prompted intense discussion at a panel event Tuesday night at Ohio University.
Wednesday, April 2,2014
Campus NEWS

Panel to look at future of OU campus

The campus of the future - at least the near future - will be described and illustrated when Ohio University President Roderick McDavis leads a panel in an event sponsored by the Emeriti Association this Thursday, April 3, in the lobby of the new Schoonover Center at OU.
Wednesday, April 2,2014
Campus NEWS

Engineering school debuts its brand-new civil infrastructure lab

By Christian Law
The Russ College of Engineering and Technology hosted a tour of its new mobile civil infrastructure truck on Tuesday, introducing the research center to the public.
Wednesday, April 2,2014
Campus NEWS

Event looks back to historic Lyndon Johnson visit

President Lyndon B. Johnson's visit to Athens in May 1964 marked the beginning of his revolutionary War on Poverty and Great Society campaigns that changed America forever.
Wednesday, March 26,2014
Campus NEWS

End Slavery group collects bras to fight sex trafficking

By Evan Peter Smith

The boxes are made of pink cardboard and, if all goes well, overflowing with bras. From now until April 7, the Ohio University End Slavery Movement (ESM) is partnering with Free the Girls, a non-profit dedicated to ending slavery and human sex trafficking, to sponsor a bra drive in Athens.

Wednesday, March 26,2014
Campus NEWS

OU names its 2013 Innovation Award winners

Seven regional entrepreneurs and inventors have been named recipients of the 2013 Innovation Awards, which celebrate creativity and innovation in southeastern Ohio.
Wednesday, March 26,2014
Campus NEWS

Famous pundit/OU alum speaks on journalism then and now

By Christian Law
With Ohio University's annual Communication Week in full swing, journalists and other professionals have been flocking to campus to speak to students about the current state of the communication field and its future.
Wednesday, March 26,2014
Campus NEWS

OU speaker recalls SB 5 fight, defends unions

By Christian Law
Many Ohioans remember Ohio's Senate Bill 5 (S.B. 5) as a controversial attempt by the state to limit the collective-bargaining rights that many public employees depend on.
 
 
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