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Buckeye Lake Businesses Can Apply For State Grants, Loans

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Buckeye Lake businesses that lost sales revenue because of the dam-repair project may start applying Tuesday for state grants and loans. The Columbus Dispatch reports the Ohio Development Services Agency will consider applications on a first-come, first-served basis. Representative Tim Schaffer, a Lancaster Republican, pushed to include a $1 million economic-aid package in the two-year… Read More

Lawyer David Cobb Explains the “We the People Amendment” Movement

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David Cobb, an attorney and Outreach Director for the Move to Amend Coalition explains the effort to amend the constitution through the “We the People Amendment” to limit the constitutional rights of corporations in America. Cobb was on campus recently co-sponsored by Democracy Over Corporations, the Center for Law, Culture and Justice, the Program on… Read More

Diverse Cultures Showcased on the Runway During International Week


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Ohio University celebrates International Week this week with the theme, “A Promise with No Boundaries.” Nearly 1,800 international students from more than 110 countries, speaking close to 60 different languages attend OU. Mohammad Hashim Pashutm, president of the International Student Union, says I-Week is crucial to promoting a unified campus. “Our identities are not differences;… Read More