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Proposed legislation that would require Ohio public colleges and universities to charge in-state tuition to students who they help to vote in the state could potentially mean a revenue cut of $12 million for Ohio University. According to the Associated Press, an amendment added to the House-passed biannual budget could discourage schools from giving on-campus… Read More
The father of two Ohio University students is suing the university, claiming that his sons were wrongfully billed for student health insurance and legal services totaling $1,498. However, OU claims his sons simply missed the deadlines to opt out of the programs. According to a complaint filed with the Court of Claims of Ohio last… Read More
The four Ohio University students who were arrested following a tuition increase protest during the university’s board of trustees meeting pleaded innocent in Athens County Municipal Court to a charge of disturbing a lawful meeting. On Friday morning, about a dozen OU students disrupted the formal OU Board of Trustees meeting in Walter Hall by… Read More
In our feature "Artist’s Studio," we highlight individuals who are active in the artistic community. This month, we’re featuring clay artist Ann Judy of Nelsonville.