Images from Ohio University's 2019 Homecoming Parade this morning (Saturday, Oct. 12). The temperature hovered around 45-50 during the parade, but that didn't seem to dampen anyone's spirits. The streets of uptown were packed. All photos by Terry Smith.
Ohio University announced this evening (Thursday) that it has received a report of hazing allegations against the Marching 110, and has ordered band members to cease all "non-academic" activities while the university investigates that report.
A suspended Ohio University football player accused of felony-level stalking violated his bond last week after he was arrested by the OU Police Department.
For this week's edition of On Court Street, contributor Cole Behrens asks, "Did OU act fairly when it suspended all 15 IFC fraternities based on allegations against nine of them?"
Ohio University generated national headlines after moving to suspend the organizational activities of all 15 OU fraternity chapters in the Interfraternity Council (IFC) last Thursday in response to allegations that seven of those fraternities had engaged in hazing activities.
Emotions ran raw at the Athena Cinema Tuesday evening during a two-and-a-half-hour “Ask the Chiefs” forum where three local police chiefs responded to issues brought up by the recent forceful and controversial arrest of a young African-American man on Court Street by three white Athens Polic…
Correction: The Athens Police Department is not investigating the ninth fraternity chapter mentioned below, despite an earlier version of this story stating so. The OU Police Department is still reviewing those allegations, OU spokesperson Carly Leatherwood said Tuesday, correcting an earlie…
Ohio University on Monday issued a cease and desist directive to the OU chapter of the Acacia Fraternity after the university got word that the fraternity had engaged in conduct that allegedly put the “health and safety” of its members at risk.
In this week's edition of On Court Street, contributor Cole Behrens asks, "The Trump administration has announced plans to ban most flavored e-cigarettes. How will this affect OU students?"