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Student-owned Business Joins Content From WOUB, The Post with Special QR Codes

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Beginning Wednesday, January 18, readers of Ohio University’s student newspaper, The Post, will find a custom QR code called a Flare Code. Viewers of WOUB-TV will soon see Flare Codes incorporated into the evening news program “Newswatch” and online at woub.org. Flare Code is a student-owned business that brings multiple streams of digital content together… Read More

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Developmental Courses Still Offered At OU

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There is no final word whether Ohio University will be discontinuing five courses currently being offered to students. According to the Ohio Revised Code, beginning in the 2014-2015 academic school year, no Ohio state universities, unless listed otherwise, will receive any state operating subsidies for any academic remedial or developmental courses.  However, there are exceptions… Read More

Andre Gribou (Ohio University)

Prepare Yourself: OU School of Music Faculty Recital Holds Surprises

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The Ohio University School of Music is presenting a concert this Sunday, but those expecting to hear traditional classical music are in for a bit of a surprise. Three OU faculty members–André Gribou, Roger Braun and Stephen Miahky, along with guest artist Alan Terricciano from the University of California at Irvine–will present an evening of… Read More

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Romney Leads In Ohio

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A new poll has Mitt Romney jumping to the front of the Republican pack among GOP voters in the presidential battleground state of Ohio. The Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday also shows 51 percent of overall registered voters in the state say President Barack Obama does not deserve a second term. Former Massachusetts governor Romney… Read More

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Food Stamp Fraud?

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State Auditor David Yost says a review by his office has found more than 17,000 participants in Ohio's food stamp program since 2006 have sought 10 or more replacement debit cards intended for buying food. One person sought 75 new cards in that time. Yost told reporters Tuesday multiple reissuances can suggest potential fraud. He… Read More