|Alumni celebrate 55 years of theater in Cape Cod|
Since 1958, the Ohio University Players have made an annual pilgrimage to the Monomoy Theatre in Chatham, Mass., to put on a challenging play a week, from musicals to Shakespeare.
|Cooling stations operational, water systems status and debris drop-off sites designated|
Here is some important storm recovery information for Athens area residents.
|Highlighting the Green: Spring 2012 [SLIDESHOW]|
This special video encapsulates a few of the recent triumphs that have added new chapters to OHIO's legacy of excellence.<br />
|Managerial Essentials Training schedule announced for 2012-13|
University Human Resources Leadership and Staff Development announced one of their professional development programs for the next academic year, which begins in September 2012 and ends in May 2013.
|OUPD conduct first responder training at Wolfe Street Apartments|
The Ohio University Police Department, along with Athens City police and fire departments, held first responder training on Thursday at the Wolfe Street apartment complex.
|University praised for response to severe storm|
Gov. John Kasich on Saturday declared a state of emergency for the entire state and after speaking with President Roderick J. McDavis, praised the University, city and county's response to the disaster.
|University will be closed Wednesday for holiday|
Ohio University will be closed Wednesday, July 4, in observance of the national Independence Day holiday.
|It’s official: Dublin is the site of new Ohio University medical school extension campus|
Ohio University and the City of Dublin, Ohio, last week completed real estate transactions on 60 acres, part of which becomes the site of the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM) central Ohio extension campus. The property also includes an area for the development of education and technology related partnerships that will support the City of Dublin's envisioned West Innovation District.