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Sunday, August 25,2013
Campus NEWS

OU to observe 50th anniversary of March on Washington

Ohio University will commemorate the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on that famous event's 50th anniversary, Wednesday, Aug. 28. The march was a key event in the Civil Rights Movement during which Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his iconic "I Have a Dream" speech.
Sunday, August 25,2013
Campus NEWS

How to look/be/act like a freshman 101

By Anna Moore
The irony of freshman year is that you try as hard as you can to act older and more experienced than you are, but once that first year has passed, it is all you'll talk about during your upperclassmen years.
Sunday, August 25,2013
Campus NEWS

Multicultural Center a social hub of diversity, inclusion

By Elizabeth Cychosz
Despite Ohio University's high ratio of white students to students of other races, students can still find a thriving multicultural hub on campus.
Sunday, August 25,2013
Campus NEWS

OU officials explain debt issue involving company

Case involves Housing for Ohio, University Courtyard

Ohio University officials have clarified the basis for a debt-collection action that was recently filed by an Arkansas bank against a university-related non-profit company.
Wednesday, August 21,2013
Campus NEWS

OU to roll out new ‘It’s You’ branding campaign

Ohio University plans to launch a news branding campaign in the next few weeks that focuses on the idea, "It's You."
Wednesday, August 21,2013
Campus NEWS

OU prof hits on right formula for teaching chemistry

By Fred Kight
Organic chemistry is a chemistry sub-discipline involving the study of matter that contains carbon atoms and is considered one of the toughest science courses around. But an Ohio University professor has come up with a way to help ease the pain for students here and possibly worldwide.
Wednesday, August 21,2013
Campus NEWS

OU grad goes to Uganda to work on school restoration project

Ohio University graduate Taylor D'Onofrio has had quite a summer. D'Onofrio, a 2013 graduate of OU in political science and anthropology, just wrapped up an internship in Uganda, working with the The Empower Campaign and its partners in the region.

Wednesday, August 21,2013
Campus NEWS

Apps old and new help students avoid risk of productive activity

By Evan Peter Smith
The new school year is about to begin at Ohio University, which means students will soon have to find new ways to kill time while sitting in lecture halls, staying up late or otherwise procrastinating. For the modern student, the smartphone has taken the place of old-school doodling or thumb-twiddling, bringing with it a wide range of apps to pique one's interest - some more useful and practical than others.
Wednesday, August 21,2013
Campus NEWS

OU kids’ camp gets two grants

Kids on Campus (KoC) has secured two federal grants that will channel more than $1.7 million over the next five years to the after-school and summer-enrichment program for Athens-area elementary school children and teens, according to a news release.
Wednesday, August 21,2013
Campus NEWS

Students, while you were gone, you missed this, this and that

The Athens NEWS’ annual break in review...

By Jim Phillips
Welcome back, returning-from-summer-break reader persons. Did you have fun on your vacation? Looks like you got a little sun! Now you must sit down and let us fill you in on all the big news that happened in Athens while you were off skipping through the lawn sprinkler.
 
 
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