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Sunday, March 23,2014
Campus NEWS

War comes to the Ridges

'War games,' that is

By Conor Morris
The forests and pastures of the land lab area at Ohio University's Ridges property filled up with camo-wearing ROTC students over the weekend. Wielding paintball guns, squads of soldiers-in-t
Sunday, March 23,2014
Campus NEWS

OU fixup projects to include steam tunnels

By David DeWitt
Ohio University is planning more than $25 million in projects in the College Green area that will include renovation of underground tunnels, reroofing of several buildings, rehabilitation of both the Class Gateway and Alumni Gateway, and massive renovations of Tupper and Lindley halls.
Wednesday, March 19,2014
Campus NEWS

Prof immerses class in disability during excursion

Led by professor, students accompany blindfolded classmates across campus

By Christian Law
On Monday morning, a small class of Ohio University students took to the streets of Athens on a journey to explore the recently completed Schoonover Center. Led by their professor, J.W. Smith, the students found the relatively short trip from Lasher Hall to the new building to be challenging like never before.
Wednesday, March 19,2014
Campus NEWS

Senate moves ahead on pay plan

By Christian Law

The Ohio University Faculty Senate heard the first reading of the implementation plan prepared by the Faculty Total Compensation Task Force Monday evening.

Wednesday, March 19,2014
Campus NEWS

College years are perfect time to explore the world

Commentary

By Christian Law
As spring break approached and students began restlessly packing for their trips to various beaches, I joined the herd. I excitedly packed some swim trunks, old clothes and my decaying pair of unused flip-flops and got my passport ready for a few new stamps.
Sunday, March 16,2014
Campus NEWS

(Run of the) Mill Fest kicks off OU fest season

APD makes a dozen arrests, but house parties shut down peaceably for relatively routine spring street fest

By Nadia Kurtz

By noon Saturday Mill Street was thumping with music, and partiers were encroaching on the sidewalks and yards of houses. It was ideal weather for Ohio University students to kick off their spring fest season, with consistent sun and warmer temperatures following an unpredictable week.

Sunday, March 16,2014
Campus NEWS

OU speaker to focus on nature in Kennedy series lecture

"Anyone appreciative of nature and the wild creatures who need our protection" is encourage to attend the Kennedy Lecture Tuesday evening at 7:30 in Ohio University's Memorial Auditorium, according to a news release for the event.
Sunday, March 16,2014
Campus NEWS

Goodbye, graffiti, for now at least

Volunteer teams clean up vandalism across uptown area

By Conor Morris
Students and community volunteers got up early Saturday morning not to prepare to rage at Mill Fest, but to clean up graffiti, repaint walls and pick up trash in the uptown Athens area.
Sunday, March 16,2014
Campus NEWS

Trustees review budget challenges, tradeoffs

Board also approves plan to raise faculty pay

By Jim Phillips
At a meeting that was briefly disrupted at the outset by a student protester, the Ohio University Trustees on Friday reviewed the university's changing budget landscape and how OU is responding to it.
Wednesday, March 12,2014
Campus NEWS

Believe it or not, OU fest season is here

By Alexander Card
The arrival of springtime in Athens is heralded by unseasonably skimpy attire, marginal drops in GPA and several weekends of addled debauchery known as fest season.
 
 
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