I’m addicted to social media. I’m on it before I roll out of bed and I’m checking it just about every time I head to the bathroom. There’s a lot of things to like about Facebook and Twitter, but one thing I can’t get over is how much you actually learn from scanning your news feed on or tweets. And …
Over the past week, Ohio has seen temperatures drop statewide to the point where many areas even experienced a snow shower or two. For many Ohioans, however, it may not feel cold at all when they turn on their televisions, radios, or even access Hulu. Yes, as Jon Stewart and his news team appropriately named it last week, Ohio has felt like …
Miami County’s Elections Director Steve Quillen abruptly resigned last week, citing that he couldn’t handle “the stress of the upcoming presidential election.” Working for an election office in the state of Ohio, it isn’t hard to understand what Quillen refers to as “stress.” While both the Romney and Obama campaigns have classified as many as 12 battleground states that will …
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The Ohio University Board of Trustees granted President Duane Nellis more power, halted an increase in tuition, rejected a collective bargaining agreement and approved the creation of five new academic programs Monday during its video conference meeting.
Nicolas “Nic” Marc-Andrew Paredes, a 2019 Ohio University alum and a former Student Senate historian/assistant chief of staff, sent this Letter to the Editor in response to budgetary cuts at Ohio University.
Ohio University union members, students, professors and other supporters protested at a car rally Wednesday against the university’s recent announcement that more than 140 employees will be laid off at the end of May.
Bernhard Debatin, an Ohio University professor and the director of studies for the Honors Tutorial College journalism program, sent this Letter to the Editor in response to the university’s firing of faculty members due to budget cuts.
“Why would you be expanding the war instead of ending the war?” Kahler remembers many students and Kent residents asking. “It just means more of our friends are going to get shot, and maybe us, if we have to be drafted at some point in time,” he said.
The timeline for completing the Baileys Trail System — 88 miles of mountain-bike optimized trail in Athens County — will be disrupted because of the resounding economic impacts caused by the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Former Vice President Joe Biden has won the Ohio Democratic presidential primary.
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Shively Court dining hall will be closing down indefinitely due to low enrollment forecasts for the 2020 fall semester.