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"Turning Two Hundred" video
"Turning Two Hundred" video

View the video shown during the University's "Turning Two Hundred" show on Founders Day, Feb. 18 2004. Watch it now!

Portraying Templeton's Triumph
Portraying Templeton's Triumph

When Charles Smith began hunting through Ohio University's archives for details of John Newton Templeton's life, he fished out only a few trace documents. Read it now!

The Reviews Are In
The Reviews Are In

Running through Feb. 29 at the Victory Gardens Theater in Chicago, "Free Man of Color" - written by Ohio University playwright Charles Smith - is enjoying widespread critical acclaim. Read it now!

Honing their Craft
Honing their Craft

Gary Houston and Anthony Fleming are extremely different if you compare them by experience, but onstage they have at least one thing in common: They are passionate about maximizing the characters they portray. Read it now!

Portraying Mrs. Wilson
Portraying Mrs. Wilson

Acting and teaching are two professions that seem to sink their massive teeth into those who try them even once. Read it now!

Our Founding Fathers
Our Founding Fathers

Now that we've finished wrapping presents, spending time with loved ones and making New Year's resolutions, it's time to help Ohio University commemorate a birthday that's been 200 years in the making! Read it now!

Your trip back in Time
Your trip back in Time

In a story that originally appeared in the Spring 2003 Ohio Today, Katie Fitzgerald and Mary Alice Casey detail the bicentennial book, "Ohio University, 1804-2004: The Spirit of a Singular Place." Read it now!

Four Year Heaven
Four Year Heaven

The halls of the normally quiet Cutler Hall became alive with the sound of music recently. Assistant professor of English Mimi Hart joined more than 20 Cutler Hall staff on the chorus for a recording of "Old Manasseh Cutler." Read it now!

Making their Mark
Making their Mark

On Feb. 18, 1804, the state legislature granted Ohio University its charter. The University became the first institution of higher learning in the Northwest Territory, and only the second west of the Allegheny Mountains. Read it now!

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