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Retired Colonel Arlene F. Greenfield died suddenly on Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014 in Arlington, Virginia at the age of 64. The 1971 graduate of The Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education was known for her robust leadership presence, generosity and vivacious personality. She was a woman with high expectations and was always quick to recognize the work of others. Read More

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Retired Colonel Arlene F. Greenfield died suddenly on Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014 in Arlington, Virginia at the age of 64. The 1971 graduate of The Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education was known for her robust leadership presence, generosity and vivacious personality. She was a woman with high expectations and was always quick to recognize the work of others. Read More

Stacy Strauss has been selected as the new associate director of Ohio University's small business incubator, the Innovation Center. Strauss will assist with facilities management, fundraising efforts, budget analysis, grant writing and other Innovation Center operations. Read More

A new painting by Betsy Ross Koller titled “Winter at Ohio University” was unveiled at an intimate gathering in the President’s Dining Room on July 14. Read More

Veteran award-winning journalist Allison Hunter will head WOUB’s news operation as editor-in-chief beginning August 11. She will take charge of television, radio and digital news as former WOUB News Director Tim Sharp joins the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism faculty as a full-time member this fall. Read More

For many students, four years at Ohio University just isn’t enough. The great food, better people and signature brick streets become a home to them. And while most leave the campus behind after graduation, some can’t seem to shake the Bobcat bug. Read More

Arguably the most decorated student-athlete to ever don the Green & White, Ohio University senior cross country/track & field student-athlete Juli Accurso was recognized for her outstanding efforts on the track and in the classroom Thursday, becoming the first Capital One Academic All-America selection at Ohio in 21 years. Read More

Using locations in Athens County and West Virginia, filmmaker Pearl Gluck will begin shooting a drama about sex trafficking in early July. "The Turn Out," directed and co-written by Gluck, an Ohio University visiting assistant professor of film, is a fictional story based on her extensive research on the problem of children and teens being used in the sex trade. Read More

When Peggy Viehweger attended Ohio University in the late 1960s, life was different. With the civil rights movement in full swing, the Vietnam War dominating headlines and the Beatles dominating airwaves, it was a far cry from our world today. But according to Viehweger, there is one thing that hasn’t changed—the struggle for students to afford to go to college. Read More

Taijuan Moorman is a sophomore journalism major and Urban Scholar from Columbus. During her last two years of high school she attended a program at DeVry University in Columbus, which allowed for her to simultaneously earn her high school degree and an associate’s degree. During the program her focus was on graphic design, which she hopes will aid her in her pursuit of a career in music journalism. Read More

Women in Philanthropy of Ohio University (WIP) welcomed OHIO alumnae and friends back to OHIO’s Athens campus Nov. 6 - 8 to commemorate their 10-year anniversary with three packed events…and to present an enlightened vision of what it means to be a “philanthropist.” Read More