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Message from an OHIO senior: Don’t be afraid to say ‘yes’

1 month ago

From Ohio University News Ohio University senior Ellen Gill-Franks’ next academic stop is law school at the University of Cincinnati College of Law next fall. This summer, she’ll work at the Buckeye Hills Regional Council as a consultant “so I can bring some of the amazing things I have learned […]

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Micaela Beatham-Garcia

Students flock to social justice course to learn about social movements and activism

1 month 2 weeks ago

Holly Ningard, portraitFrom Ohio University News More than 70 students from diverse majors – including chemistry pre-med, communications, graphic design, history, philosophy, political science, psychology, sociology-criminology, and strategic leadership and management, among others – came together in a new course this semester to learn about social justice. “The course is actually a […]

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Haley Duschinski

Alumni News: Army Capt. Erin Muri focuses her passion for learning on trauma, mental health

2 months ago

Capt. Erin Muri, portrait in uniformFrom Ohio University News Topics like prison systems, sexual trauma, diversity, and sociological patterns in serial murders ignited Erin Muri’s passion for learning when she was an undergraduate sociology student at Ohio University. Now she’s a captain in the U.S. Army at Fort Carson in Colorado, where she’s found a […]

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