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Sunday, January 26,2014
Campus NEWS

Botswana delegation looks to deepen ties with OU

By Sijie Wang
A delegation from the African nation of Botswana visited Ohio University early last week, as a followup of an increasingly strengthened educational partnership highlighted by frequent exchanges of visits in recent years.
Sunday, January 26,2014
Campus NEWS

McDavis: OU happy about capital spending outline

By Jim Phillips
Ohio University President Roderick McDavis said Friday that the university is quite pleased with the recommendations for this year's state higher-education capital-projects spending, released last week by a statewide commission of university presidents that McDavis chairs.
Monday, January 20,2014
Campus NEWS

‘Sextortion’ sparks controversy on Ohio University campus

(Correction contained in text)

By Elizabeth Cychosz
As Ohio University reopened for classes after winter break, some students began discussing in public a case that brought international attention to the campus. They criticized mass media for following a trend that they say harms both the campus and crime victims.
Monday, January 20,2014
Campus NEWS

GOSH, a new OU student group

A new organization – Graduate Organization for Support and Help, or GOSH – plans to help Ohio University graduate students connect and succeed by putting them in touch with one another, helping to connect new students with grad students who have been here for a while, according to a news release announcing the new group.
Monday, January 20,2014
Campus NEWS

OU Trustees poised to OK ‘guaranteed tuition’

By Jim Phillips

When the Ohio University Board of Trustees meets Friday, it will be asked to vote on adoption of a new "guaranteed tuition" program.

Monday, January 20,2014
Campus NEWS

OU students get 3 parties in top 100

By Darcy Higgins
Ohio University has been around since 1804. But a new list is recognizing a relatively recent tradition: a street party that started in the '90s.
Tuesday, December 24,2013
Campus NEWS

President of OU Student Senate arrested night before bowl game in St. Pete

Ohio University Student Senate President Nick Southall was arrested Monday in St. Petersburg, Fla., where he had reportedly gone to attend the bowl game in which OU's football team was playing.
Wednesday, December 18,2013
Campus NEWS

McDavis talks trustees, guns and money with Faculty Senate

By David DeWitt
When Ohio University President Roderick McDavis attended a Faculty Senate meeting earlier this month, a variety of statewide issues came to the fore including voting rights for student trustees, the carrying of handguns on college campuses, and higher education funding.
Sunday, December 15,2013
Campus NEWS

Resurrected OU Ridges board holds first meeting

By David DeWitt
Ohio University's revived Ridges Advisory Committee held its first meeting Friday afternoon, laying out a series of goals in order to bring recommendations for the usage of the Ridges' buildings and grounds to OU President Roderick McDavis next year.
Sunday, December 8,2013
Campus NEWS

OU's new Schoonover Center to serve as hub for communication schools

By Jacob DeSmit
One of Ohio University's newest facilities, the Schoonover Center for Communication, held its first media showing Friday afternoon with a tour guided by Scripps College of Communication Dean Scott Titsworth and Tom Daniels, a retired OU professor who helped oversee the building project.
 
 
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