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Educators Brainstorm Ways To Attract More Of Their Own

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ATHENS – Local educators and community members came together on Tuesday evening at the Athens Community Center to strategize about improving teacher recruitment, preparation and retention in the region. The forum was sponsored by Ohio University’s Patton College of Education and was the first of four events organized by the Southeast Ohio Teacher Development Collaborative. The… Read More

Voting Rights Group Allege Illegal Ohio Election Roll Purge

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Voting rights groups have sued Ohio’s elections chief, alleging the state’s process for purging election rolls is illegally removing eligible voters. The lawsuit filed Wednesday in federal court in Columbus contends Ohio’s system removes registered voters based on their failure to vote. The lawsuit specifically alleges the illegal cancellation of registered… Read More

Tax Time Brings Latest Catmail Scam

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The latest email scam directed at Ohio University students and faculty has the Office of Information Technology scrambling again to keep its clients safe.   The fraudulent messages to Catmail users include the subject “Important Warning! Please Read” and asks recipients to update their accounts by submitting their passwords. Fortunately, it is not a… Read More

International Week to Feature Food, Music, Special Events and Street Fair

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Ohio University will celebrate International Week beginning on Sunday, April 10 and concluding with the International Street Fair on Saturday, April 16. An Ohio University tradition dating back to the 1960s, International Week celebrates the many different countries and cultures represented on campus. The week features events for students, faculty, staff and community members of… Read More