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I write today with positive news about our upcoming spring semester. ... We have developed plans that will accommodate all residential students who want to return to our Athens campus in January.
The student-run music label Brick City Records has adjusted to the virtual atmosphere and continued to work with musicians and bands this year.
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Join Ohio University Libraries for a discussion between Dr. Carolyn Bailey Lewis and Dr. jw Smith about Smith’s book, “From the Back of the Bus to the Front of the Classroom” on Nov. 5.
Sessions will focus on best practices, tips, and tools for effective student engagement in an online or hybrid format.
Buckeye Health Plan will award Ohio University $750,000 to expand the University’s regional community health programming and give southeast Ohio residents greater access to healthcare.
The Ohio University School of Art + Design is proud to present an exhibition by two alumni, “Soft Relay,” by Haylee Ebersole and John Burt Sanders.
OHIO wonderwall project sparks reflection for new Bobcats
What will you do before you graduate? That is one of the questions posed to incoming first-year Bobcats as part of OHIO wonderwall, a new and unique project designed to engage and inspire students as they prepare for and begin college.
Once students completed their Bobcat Student Orientation program or enrolled at regional campuses, they received a kit that included book-making supplies that they will use to engage with periodic reflection prompts in the coming weeks.
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