The Ohio University Board of Trustees today (Friday) approved a resolution granting a $72,000 bonus to OU President Duane Nellis, and a $7,000 raise to his annual pay for the 2019-2020 fiscal year.
A small group of Ohio University students are spending part of their summer working behind the scenes at two major outdoor music festivals, one last week in rural Tennessee and another next month in Louisville, Kentucky.
Demolition continued this (Monday) morning on South Green residence halls, with Smith House nearly leveled and the razing of Atkinson House well under way.
An Athens County grand jury indicted a Hocking College student last month on eight fifth-degree felony counts of breaking and entering and two other felony counts for a string of break-ins at Hocking College.
Amy Dean has been named interim director of Ohio University Athletics effective July 1. This news follows Jim Schaus’ announced plans to step down from his role as director of athletics effective June 30, according to an OU news release.
A second Ohio University Title IX investigation has substantiated a student’s claims of sexual harassment against an OU journalism professor, and the student is now speaking out about the difficulties people have in coming forward about sexual harassment.
Editor's note: This article mistakenly stated that Weld House would also be demolished this summer, based on previous reporting. OU spokesperson Jim Sabin said that that's no longer the case.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has appointed Matthew T. Evans, president of Boich Companies, to a nine-year term on the Ohio University Board of Trustees, according to an OU news release.
The Ohio University Involvement Fair on Move-In Weekend in late August has been a tradition for OU freshmen for years, and will soon be expanding to include more community organizations.