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Oct 1, 2011
2010 Clery campus crime statistics released
The Ohio University Police Department (OUPD) has released its 2010 Clery campus crime statistics [www.ohio.edu/police], and a few categories are notable.

Oct 2, 2011
Kim Jeffers eases transitions for rising numbers of returning adult learners
Roles like that of Transition Advisor Kim Jeffers are increasingly important to institutions of higher education nationwide as the nontraditional student population swells.

Oct 3, 2011
Associate professor spreads African music traditions
In Africa, there is no word for music. There is no definition. There is not any guide to teach someone how to hit a drum or dance. The people rely on oral tradition and celebrations to explain their musical history.

Libraries dedicate Senator Voinovich Seminar Room
Former U.S. Senator George V. Voinovich helped dedicate the new Voinovich Seminar Room and the senatorial papers collection on Saturday.

Parents Weekend Slideshow 2011
Campus was full of Bobcat Parents this weekend.... from football games, banquets, hockey games, shopping, to showing Mom and Dad around town, this slideshow is a glimpse into Parents Weekend at Ohio University!

First Trans World Awareness Week starts Oct. 3
The LGBT Center, Open Doors, and other students organizations are sponsoring the first Trans World Awareness Week at Ohio University, Oct. 3-8, as part of LGBT History Month.

Registrar offers winter quarter priority registration updates
On Monday, Ohio University Registrar Debra Benton sent an email to all OHIO faculty and staff about winter quarter priority registration.

Oct 4, 2011
Q2S Resources Fair is Wednesday
A Q2S resources fair on Oct. 5, 1-4 p.m. on Baker Center’s second floor, kicks off the year of advising.

Disabled American Veterans group to discuss veterans' benefits in Athens
The Disabled American Veterans Mobile Service Office will visit the Conrath-Bean Chapter #37 at 355 East State Street in Athens from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 11.

Ohio University Lancaster, local media to host issues forum
Ohio University's Lancaster campus and the Lancaster Eagle-Gazette will host a forum on the local issues Thursday, Oct. 6, at 7 p.m. in Wagner Theater. The public is invited.

Great job Lori Spencer!
Lori Spencer from the Patton College of Education and Human Services is the July Classified Employee of the Month.

Oct 5, 2011
New search engine changes way students look for rental housing
Ohio University Residential Housing in conjunction with the company Living Off Campus 101 have created a new web-based search engine that will show listings of rental houses and apartments in Athens.

Legal Affairs relocates to Lindley Hall
The Ohio University Office of Legal Affairs recently relocated to Lindley Hall Suite 185. The office had resided in Pilcher House for more than 25 years.

Fall Career and Internship Fair was a success for students and employers
Ohio University hosted the 2011 Fall Career and Internship Fair on Tuesday. About 1,200 students had the opportunity to speak with a wide variety of prospective employers.

Oct 6, 2011
Writers Harvest reaps intellectual and charitable fruits
Ohio University's Program in Creative Writing will host its annual Writers Harvest at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 11, in the Forum Theater in the RTV Building.

Graduate student's film to compete in International Cycling Film Festival
A short, comedy film titled "Bicycle" made by Ohio University graduate student, Dejan Mraovic, will be competing in the 6th International Cycling Film Festival on Saturday, Oct. 8, at the Flottmann-Hallen Theatre in Herne, Germany.

Konneker Alumni Center to celebrate 30th anniversary
The Konneker Alumni Center, home to the Ohio University Alumni Association, will celebrate its 30th anniversary Homecoming weekend with an open house from 10:30 a.m.–noon on Saturday, Oct. 15.

James Hill tapped as associate vice president for development and campaign manager
James Hill has joined the Ohio University Development team in the pivotal role as associate vice president for development and campaign manager for Ohio University’s ambitious the Promise Lives Campaign.

Nominations begin for Glidden Visiting Professorship Award
Nominations are now being accepted for the Robert and René Glidden Visiting Professorship Award and are due by Jan. 27, 2012.

Oct 7, 2011
Presidential Teacher Award nominations close Oct. 17
Nominations for the 2012 Presidential Teacher Award close Monday, Oct. 17 at 5 p.m.

OHIO’s Marching 110 become Internet celebrities
"The Most Exciting Band in the Land" may soon become the most viral band in the land after a video featuring the Marching 110’s halftime performance of dance group LMFAO's hit song "Party Rock Anthem" was posted on YouTube.

The George Washington Forum to host debates, lectures
The George Washington Forum will host "The Great Depression Revisited," a series of lectures and debates, on Oct. 13 through Oct.15 at Ohio University in the Baker University Center Theatre.

Top Brass: Tuba-Euphonium Ensemble hits the unexpected notes
Ohio University’s Tuba-Euphonium Ensemble is a unique collective of undergraduate and graduate students who enjoy defying the expectations of these large, low-pitched brass instruments.

David Bayless to discuss pond scum at next Science Cafe
David Bayless will be the speaker at Ohio University's Science Café at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 12, in the Baker University Center Front Room. He will discuss "Powering the World with Pond Scum" and the potential of turning dirty coal-burning emissions into something green.

Great job Sharon Case!
Meet August Classified Employee of the Month Sharon Case.

Two alumni elected to Ohio University Foundation Board of Trustees
A University College alumnus and a College of Business alumnus have been elected to serve on Ohio University’s Foundation Board, a non-profit organization responsible for all private gifts to Ohio University.

Student named to second term on SPJ national board of directors
Taylor Mirfendereski, a senior journalism major in Ohio University’s Honors Tutorial College, was recently re-elected to the Society of Professional Journalists National Board of Directors.

Education abroad gives students first-hand experience with HIV/AIDS in Africa
Last summer, 11 Ohio University students traveled more than 8,000 miles to participate in the HIV/AIDS in Africa education program in Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

Women of Appalachia Conference returns to Zanesville campus
On Oct. 20-21, the Women of Appalachia Conference returns to Ohio University-Zanesville, continuing the celebration of women’s contributions to American culture. The free conference will focus on Native American Women’s influence, impact, and intersection in the region.

Oct 10, 2011
Fine arts students use their hearts to inspire
Students in the College of Fine Arts' Learning Communities put their heads together to create a unique heart-themed piece of artwork. The heart idea was inspired by Ohio University alumnus Jim Dine’s exhibition at the Kennedy Museum of Art on campus.

Cultural Food Throw Down is Wednesday
To celebrate the end of Hispanic Heritage Month, Sigma Lambda Gamma is hosting a Cultural Food Throw Down at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 12, in Gordy Hall 201.

University working hard to prevent sexual assaults
Ohio University administration has been diligently working over the past several years to prevent sexual assaults by implementing many educational and sexual assault prevention programs.

University Archives fuels Bobcat Fever for Homecoming 2011
On Friday, Oct. 14 and Saturday, Oct. 15, Ohio University Libraries will add to the pomp and pageantry of the 2011 Ohio University Homecoming season by hosting their annual display of homecoming materials from the University Archives.

Physical therapy students run and more for charity
For OHIO physical therapy students, reaching out to the community through charitable acts and events is all in a day's work.

Student named to second term on SPJ national board of directors
Taylor Mirfendereski, a senior journalism major in Ohio University’s Honors Tutorial College, was recently re-elected to the Society of Professional Journalists National Board of Directors.

OHIO raising funds for multi-purpose center
Ohio University's new Multi-Purpose Center will provide a wealth of activity for OHIO students in the near future.

Abortion survivor Melissa Ohden shares personal story of triumph
Abortion survivor and life rights activist Melissa Ohden shared her story with Ohio University students on Wednesday to raise awareness of the options, resources and support available to pregnant and parenting students.

University asks employees to volunteer for Halloween
Ohio University is seeking faculty and administrative staff volunteers to be "Green Jackets" and provide an additional presence on the Athens campus and in surrounding areas during the 2011 Halloween street party in the City of Athens, Saturday, Oct. 29.

Oct 11, 2011
Sports Business Forum to take place Oct. 21 and 22
The Ohio University Department of Sports Administration will be hosting its annual Sports Business Forum, Oct. 21-22, in Walter Hall.

Hodson named director of WOUB Public Media
Thomas Hodson has been named director and general manager of the WOUB Center for Public Media. Scott Titsworth, interim dean of the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University, announced the appointment today.

Both Institutional Equity and Disability Services expanding staff
The Office for Institutional Equity and the Office of Disability Services are no longer "roommates," but still share a desire to improve the accessibility of Ohio University for students, faculty, staff, and visitors.

Great job Valerie Denney!
Meet September Classified Employee of the Month Valerie Denney.

Oct 12, 2011
'Be Smart, Be Civil, Be Safe' Halloween weekend
The best way to make the most out of your Halloween weekend is to abide by the rules set out by Ohio University and Athens officials, try to avoid owing multiple fines for parking violations, and, of course, stay out of jail.

Halloween rules and regulations
Halloween weekend festivities have become a widely known in Athens. Ohio University and Athens officials implement rules and regulations to keep students, residents and guests safe.

Search committee holds candidate presentations
The search committee for the assistant director for employee accommodation and campus accessibility invites the Ohio University community to attend the presentations by the candidates interviewing for the position.

Charitable gift to Ohio University’s engineering and technology college grows to $124 million
The groundbreaking 2008 estate bequest of $95 million to Ohio University’s Fritz J. and Dolores H. Russ College of Engineering and Technology has yielded an additional $29 million, thanks to a high-tech engineering and manufacturing company’s recent acquisition.

Reception planned to honor University legend Joseph Berman
Scripps College of Communication will celebrate Honors Tutorial Dean Emeritus Joseph Berman and name the Berman Professor on Friday, Oct. 14, at 2 p.m., at the Dairy Barn in Athens.

Electrical engineering student presents at international conference
An electrical engineering senior at Ohio University's Russ College of Engineering and Technology recently presented a paper on a winning team project at an international satellite navigation conference.

Acclaimed choreographer readies to ignite campus… again
Acclaimed choreographer Sean Curran stomped his way into the hearts of the Fine Arts Residential Learning Community (RLC) during a recent body percussion workshop. Next Tuesday, Curran will return for a repeat performance, open to the entire OHIO community free of charge.

United Appeal Campaign on its way to goal
On Friday, Ohio University officially kicked off its participation in the United Appeal for Athens County's annual fund drive.

Student initiative brings future sustenance to Appalachia
A fruit planting and mapping initiative, led by former Ohio University graduate student Lori Gromen, aims to provide fresh fruits to the community free of charge.

Graduate student saves girl's life to become national hero
An Ohio University student recently received national attention after he helped save the life of a 12-year-old girl in a Texas middle school.

Oct 13, 2011
Word on the Street: Homecoming 2011
Journalism major Caleigh Bourgeois discovers what OHIO students have to say about homecoming.

Men's Basketball announces TV schedule and times
The Ohio University Men's Basketball team will have three of its games televised this season on SportsTime Ohio and has a chance to have a possible nine games this year on STO, ESPNU and ESPN2.

Fundraising campaign builds on Walter family gift
Ohio University announced a fundraising campaign for a new, $11 million Multi-Purpose Center. The campaign will seek to raise additional funds to exceed the final goal of $11 million in order to maximize building quality and finance annual maintenance costs.

Exemplary OU-C social psychology student takes polished presentation overseas
Zachary Schumacher isn’t your average social psychology undergrad. This past July, the Ohio University-Chillicothe junior traveled to Amsterdam, the Netherlands, where he gave a presentation at the 14th Annual International Conference of Social Dilemmas.

Oct 14, 2011
Patton College to auction artwork of Crooksville students
The Patton College's fifth-annual student silent art auction starts at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 7, in the second floor gallery of the Museum. It will feature 34 original pieces of art from the Crooksville students and bids start at $15.

Innovation Center purchases Stirling Ultracold freezers
Ohio University's business incubator, the Innovation Center, today announced the installation of three ultra cold freezers manufactured locally by university-backed Stirling Ultracold, a Division of Global Cooling Inc.

OHIO filmmakers garner major awards for features
OHIO filmmakers garner major awards for features

Open forum to address Athens campus accessibility
The President's Advisory Council on Disability and Accessibility Planning (PACDAP) will hold an open forum from 6-8 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 25, in Baker University Center Ballroom A. Faculty, staff, students and Athens community members are invited to participate.

Oct 17, 2011
Journalism school to host panel discussion and comedian today
Scripps Journalism School will host two events today. It starts with a 3:10 p.m. panel discussion about being an ombudsmen. It ends with the inaugural Mel Helitzer Humor in Communication Lecture featuring comedian and commentator Lee Camp at 7 p.m.

Making cancer survivors of the uninsured
According to the American Medical Association, 46 million Americans are uninsured, which can lead to a cycle of self-diagnosis, self-neglect and self-denial that can be fatal.

A student's view from inside the Homecoming Parade
Lexi Messenger, a junior member of the Marching 110, shares her thoughts from Saturday's Homecoming parade.

Homecoming Parade 2011: The emcee's perspective
This year's "Beyond the Bricks" Homecoming Parade included more than 80 organizations, eight judges and two emcees. One of the emcees shares her experience.

Students explore international possibilities at annual Study Abroad Fair
On Oct. 10, the 2011 Study Abroad Fair gave Ohio University students access to hundreds of programs in more than 50 countries.

Oct 18, 2011
"Planet Ping" to take place Friday
The Charles J. Ping Recreation Center is gearing up for another fun-filled Halloween in Athens with the annual "Planet Ping" event, which will be held from 9 p.m.-midnight at the Ping Center on Friday, Oct. 21.

Jitterbug Club's "Swing Into Fall" event is Saturday
Ohio University's Swing Dance Club, also known as the Jitterbug Club, will hold their "Swing Into Fall" event at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22, in Baker University Center 240.

My University Mobile offers daily deals
Text OHIO to 78601 to join My University Mobile, a program designed to help OHIO community members save money while living on a tight budget.

Hallowpalooza provides a musical night of mischief
Ghost, goblins and ghouls will all be howling this year for Ohio University School of Music’s Hallowpalooza IV at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 26 at Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium.

Scripps PRSSA gains national recognition for outstanding newsletter
At the recent Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) National Conference in Orlando, Ohio University’s Hugh M. Culbertson PRSSA chapter was awarded the Teahan for "Outstanding Chapter Newsletter."

Oct 19, 2011
State chosen for Global Venture Capital Organization Conference and headquarters
The National Association of Seed and Venture Funds (NASVF) has selected the Ohio to host the 2012 annual venture capital conference, where industry leaders will share their knowledge and discuss the best practices and tools for building and managing strategic investment programs and institutions.

Pre-Kwanzaa celebration is Nov. 2
Kwanzaa specialist and author Keith A. Mayes is the featured speaker during a pre-Kwanzaa celebration at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 2, in the Baker University Center Theatre.

'Grand Rounds' program Thursday will explore interprofessional collaboration in health care
Ohio University’s College of Health Sciences and Professions (CHSP) and Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM) are partnering on a program Thursday that will expose their students to the team-based approach to health care that they are likely to face in their professional careers.

Faculty and students building a better recess
The schoolchildren have boundless energy when compared to their older counterparts during the game of tag, considering that they are suited up in what looks to be scuba gear. A facemask hooks to a lightweight backpack and, despite the cumbersome look of the equipment, the only complaints about discomfort come when the mask fogs up.

Botanists nurture blight-resistant version of the famed chestnut tree
Brian Atkinson, an undergraduate student in environmental and plant biology, has studied ways to aid the chestnut tree’s restoration in Ohio forests. Protecting the chestnuts from predation is one of the biggest challenges in growing the hybrid chestnuts in the wild.

Daphne Kwok, AAPI chair, to host community outreach session
Daphne Kwok, recent appointee to chair the President's Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI), will host a community outreach session from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 21, in the Baker University Center.

Kroger Day is Oct. 26
Ohio University will be hosting its annual Kroger Day from 10 a.m. to noon and 2 to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 26, in Baker University Center 507 to continue its positive and beneficial relationship with the Kroger Company.

Retired Air Force major to give Spirit Day keynote speech
In honor of LGBT History Month and Spirit Day, two speakers will be on Ohio University's Athens campus on Thursday, Oct. 20, to discuss current LGBT progression.

Risk Management and Safety has three new additions
Ohio University Division of Risk Management and Safety has recently added Workers' Compensation, Occupational Health and the Return to Work functions to its operation.

Oct 20, 2011
Crime alert issued for aggravated arson
On Wednesday, the Ohio University Police Department (OUPD) released a crime alert for an act of aggravated arson that had occurred at 4 a.m. that day in True House on the first floor, Mod B.

Comedian CJ Jones to entertain during Deaf Culture Night
Comedian, actor and musician CJ Jones will bring his one-man show to Ohio University Lancaster’s Wagner Theatre on Friday, Oct. 28, at 7 p.m.

Friends of the Libraries hosting book sale at Alden Library
The Friends of the Libraries is hosting a quarterly book sale, Oct. 20-22, in Alden Library's fourth floor lounge.

Diabetes researchers take aim at dangerous complication: kidney disease
America’s expanding waistline isn’t society’s lone health danger. It’s strongly linked to another crisis—diabetes. Nearly 24 million Americans live with the disease, and physicians will diagnose an additional 1.6 million cases this year, according to the American Diabetes Association (ADA).

Tim Smith to speak at October Culture Showcase series
Tim Smith of Ohio University Libraries will speak on the history of the "Wobblies" on Oct. 26, as a part of the University Libraries Diversity Committee's Culture Showcase Series.

'Child of Appalachia' Bev Wyatt reflects on 29-year career
Since her arrival at Ohio University in 1982, Bev Wyatt has been promoted 13 times – from a night shift custodian to her current role as associate director of operations for Event Services.

Final fall quarter Science Cafe is Oct. 26
Department of Geography Professor James Lein will lead the final Science Café discussion of fall quarter at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 26, in the Baker University Center Front Room.

Oct 21, 2011
Ohio University strives for top vegan friendly ranking
Ohio University is one of 32 schools vying to be voted the most vegan friendly campus in America in Peta2's sixth annual survey to find the most vegan friendly university.

Staying active when the temperatures drop
Just because the seasons are changing, it does not mean people need to remain indoors.

Faculty and Staff Resources Fair is Nov 1
The annual Faculty and Staff Resource Fair will be Wednesday Oct. 26, from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. in Baker University Center.

Oct 24, 2011
OHIO holds unprecedented debates at 'The Great Depression Revisited'
Ohio University’s George Washington Forum held a series of debates and lectures called "The Great Depression Revisited," Oct. 13-15 at the Baker University Center.

Shriek Week to scare up some Halloween fun
This year, University Program Council (UPC) is planning a series of frightfully fun activities during Shriek Week!

Halloween parking regulations
Halloween regulations are effective beginning Friday, Oct. 28 at 3 p.m. through Sunday, Oct. 30 at 7 a.m.

First Grand Rounds program a success
The College of Health Sciences and Professions (CHSP) and Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU- HCOM) partnered on “Grand Rounds: An Adolescent with a Spinal Cord Injury,” a program designed to expose students in the two colleges to a team-based approach to healthcare that they are likely to face in their professional careers.

OHIO alumnus develops biotech companies in Southeast Ohio
OHIO alumnus develops biotech companies in Southeast Ohio

Backdrop Magazine to throw Wednesday fall issue release party
Backdrop Magazine staffers will host an event to celebrate their first release of the year at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 26, at The Pigskin Bar and Grill in Athens.

East State Street road work
In a news release, the City of Athens announced that East State Street will be restricted to one lane on both east bound and west bound lanes between US 33 and East Park Drive beginning today at 8 a.m. for road repair.

Patton College doctoral student selected for Robert Wood Johnson Fellowship
Sherry Shamblin, a second-year doctoral student in Patton College's Counselor Education Program has been selected for Robert Wood Johnson's Evaluation Fellows Program for Retooling Professionals.

Electrical engineering professor receives top honor
The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) has awarded Frank van Grass, Russ Professor of Electrical Engineering at Ohio University, with the 2011 Dr. John C. Ruth Digital Avionics Award recipient.

Oct 25, 2011
New Diversity Essentials series looking for participants
A new program initiated by Ohio University's Office for Diversity, Access and Equity along with UHR Leadership and Staff Development aims to encourage diverse cultural awareness and development throughout the university and community.

18 Scripps students prepare for Africa
Thanks to the Institute for International Journalism (IIJ) in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism and the University of Zambia’s Department of Mass Communication, 18 students will get the opportunity to spend 24 days exploring Zambian media, government, culture, wildlife and service opportunities.

OHIO Fulbright program in the news
Two national media outlets have covered Ohio University’s participation in the prestigious Fulbright U.S. Student Program.

Chillicothe faculty member to discuss collaboratories at Faculty Showcase
Michael Lafreniere, an assistant professor at the Ohio University Chillicothe campus, will present "Creation of a Collaboratory: An Active, Engaging, and Effective Learning Environment" from 12:10 to 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 3, in the Faculty Commons, Alden Library Room 319 (Friends of the Library Room).

Athletics student-athletes post impressive graduation rates
Ohio University student-athletes, who entered school between 2001-2004, boasted a Graduation Success Rate (GSR) of 82 percent, according to figures released Tuesday by the NCAA. The rate of success indicates that Ohio is above the NCAA average for all Division I institutions.

Oct 26, 2011
Russ College to dedicate new engineering technology lab Nov. 1
The Russ College of Engineering and Technology will dedicate the new Parker Hannifin Motion and Control Laboratory at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 1, in the Stocker Engineering and Technology Center lobby.

Physics and Astronomy to host biennial open house Nov. 5
The Ohio University Department of Physics and Astronomy will host its biennial open house from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, in Clippinger Laboratory.

President receives legacy award from University of Arkansas
The University of Arkansas awarded Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis the Silas Hunt Legacy Award on Oct. 20.

OHIO filmmaker directs “coming-of-parenthood road movie”
Feature film Small, Beautifully Moving Parts follows a pregnant tech geek who preps for parenthood on a road trip across the United States.

OHIO raises awareness on drug free workplace policy
Ohio University Human Resources is dedicated to keeping our campus a safe working environment and would like to take this opportunity to highlight the benefits that drug-free workplace programs bring to employers, workers and communities.

Oct 27, 2011
President issues call for Distinguished Professor nominations
On Thursday, Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis sent an email to all OHIO faculty and staff encouraging them to nominate a colleague to be the next Distinguished Professor.

STARS Halloween racism campaign receives national recognition
Students Teaching About Racism in Society (STARS) posted images from its STARS campaign, "We're A Culture, Not A Costume," and gained national attention.

Open forum addresses accessibility at OHIO
Faculty, staff, students and community members met on Tuesday in Baker University Center to work together to make Ohio University more accessible to people with disabilities.

Branding OHIO: Identity and personality
In communication, identity mostly refers to your true inner self - as an organization or a brand. An effective brand identity is a clear, tangible description that can be summarized succinctly. It should resonate with target audiences, be differentiated from competitors, and represent clearly what the organization can and will do over time.

National Weather Service honors Ohio University with StormReady designation
Ohio University's Athens campus has been recognized by the National Weather Service as a StormReady community.

Cat Counsel: How to have a safe and civil Halloween
With the leaves changing colors, sweaters being pulled out of storage and the obligatory use of pumpkin in every recipe it can only mean one thing: fall in Athens. And if there’s one thing that Athenians associate the most with fall, with either trepidation or excitement, it’s Halloween.

Kennedy Museum offers 'A Conversation with Jim Dine'
Ohio University's Kennedy Museum of Art will host "A Conversation with Jim Dine" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 3, at the Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium.

Oct 30, 2011
Radmilla Cody perform for Native American Heritage Month
Traditional Navajo recording artist and domestic abuse advocate Radmilla Cody will speak and sing in observance of Native American Heritage Month at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9, in Baker UniversityCenter.

Kroger Day offers networking and jobs to students
The third annual Kroger Day at Ohio University helped students by welcoming executives to speak to classes across several majors and holding recruitment open houses.