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Ohio Program Links Educators With Criminal Justice Agencies

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An Ohio University adminstrator says she is looking into joining a consortium of universities and criminal justice agencies.  Fourteen universities in Ohio have joined the Ohio Consortium of Crime Science, which brings social science researchers and local criminal justice agencies together to solve real-world problems. The federally-funded program, created by the Ohio Department of Public… Read More

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OU Seeking Liquor License For Sporting Events


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Ohio University recently applied for a liquor license to allow the purchase of alcoholic beverages at football and basketball games. The University requested two liquor licenses; one for Peden Stadium and the other for the Convocation Center.  Donors would be the only spectators permitted to purchase these beverages in the Rhor Room at the Convocation Center and the third and fourth floors… Read More

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Experts Explore Whether Ohio Quake Tied To Injection Wells

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State regulators and scientists should make a determination by the end of the week whether an earthquake in northeast Ohio on Sunday has any connection to nearby injection wells. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources and scientists from Columbia University are studying the cause of the 2.1-magnitude quake centered in Weathersfield, near Youngstown. Two injection… Read More

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Women In Academica


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Susanne Dietzel, Director of the Women's Center at Ohio University, talks with host Jackie Wolf about changes she has experienced first-hand of changes in women in academia over the years. The two discuss Title IX in action at Ohio University and the Survivor Advocacy Program.  For more information on the Women's Center or the Survivor… Read More

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Ohio Man Kills Himself After Pot Field Discovered

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Sheriff's officials in central Ohio say officers investigating a marijuana growing operation confronted an armed man who fatally shot himself after a standoff. The Pickaway County Sheriff's Office said they were searching for marijuana growing operations by helicopter on Tuesday when they came across the field in rural Ashville. Officers in the helicopter also spotted… Read More