Tuesday, May 23, 2017

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SIDE diversity education training takes on added importance in eighth year

The Ohio University Summer Institute for Diversity Education was held last week for 26 people. Due to the growing racial tension and unresolved social justice issues in the nation, diversity education has become more important.

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Ridges Advisory Committee convenes, hears land use updates and suggestions

Members of The Ridges Advisory Committee received updates from Ridges Master Plan committee co-chairs Shawna Bolin and Joe Shields during a meeting held May 3 at Baker University Center.

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Nelson Court Residential Dining to close in observance of Memorial Day

Nelson Court Residential Dining at Nelson Commons on South Green will be closed Monday, May 29 in observance of Memorial Day. Box lunches and/or dinners will be available on a preorder basis.

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OHIO Innovation Center reports rise in economic impact in 2016

New report analyzes jobs and income created directly, indirectly or induced by the incubator businesses.

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On The Green Weekend whips up OHIO nostalgia and Bobcat pride

On The Green Weekend, celebrating the OHIO academics and arts, brought alumni back to Athens for nostalgic events filled with Bobcat Pride.

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Golfer Peyton White qualifies for 2017 NCAA West Lafayette Regional

Senior golfer Peyton White has qualified for the 2017 NCAA Championships West Lafayette Regional as one of 45 individuals selected to compete in the six NCAA Regionals. He becomes the first Bobcat to compete in NCAA Regionals since 2002.

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Tantrum Theater to stage ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’

Tantrum Theater will kick off its second summer season with a magical new staging of Shakespeare’s most popular comedy, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” running May 30–June 17 at the Abbey Theater in Dublin.

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