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Ohio University President Duane Nellis.

Ohio University President Resigns, Will Return To Teaching

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — Ohio University’s president is stepping down at the end of June after four challenging years marked by big enrollment declines and financial struggles. Duane Nellis, who is four years into a six-year contract, said Thursday he plans to stay at the university as a member of the faculty. “I have decided to… Read More

A 2020 Census Form

Ohio Urges Judges To Keep Census Bureau On Data Deadline

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio’s solicitor general urged a panel of appellate judges to hold the U.S. Census Bureau’s feet to the fire by issuing an order that would require the statistical agency to release data used for redrawing congressional and legislative districts by mid-August. Solicitor General Benjamin Flowers told the federal judges that an… Read More

An African elephant sprays mud over itself to keep cool and protect its skin under the intense African sun.

First Animal Visitors to a Manmade Waterhole in the African Savannah, LIFE AT THE WATERHOLE – Starts May 19 at 8 pm


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Three-Part Series LIFE AT THE WATERHOLE Premieres Wednesdays, May 19-June 2, 2021 Dr. M. Sanjayan Works with Local Communities to Help Build the World’s First Waterhole with Built-In Cameras, Designed to Capture the Fascinating and Dynamic Role of Water for Africa’s Wildlife   PBS, in partnership with the BBC Studios Natural History Unit, announced today… Read More