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What you’re reading: Summer edition

Most-read stories in Compass and Compass Points

"What you’re reading" is a monthly feature highlighting the most-read articles on Ohio University Compass and in the Compass Points newsletter. University Communications and Marketing made these lists based on data collected from software that tracked page views and clicks.

This inaugural edition shines some light on summer quarter.

Just because it was summer didn’t mean that Ohio University stopped making news. While you were luxuriating on a beach or hiking the Appalachian Trail, here is what many of your colleagues, students and neighbors were reading.

Compass readers looked forward to the new academic year, but also looked to the past. They were extremely interested in new library policies, commencement, a beauty queen and residential housing.

  1. Residence hall move-in begins Sept. 1

  2. Undergraduate Commencement 2011: 'Anything is possible'

  3. Graduate student balances beauty and sustainability

  4. Alden Library policy changes begin June 20

  5. Incoming students given housing choice

Compass Points
OHIO’s employee newsletter, Compass Points, covers news from across all campuses to keep the faculty and staff abreast of university happenings. Employees were most interested in OHIO’s response to the Princeton Review’s party school rankings and the state and University budget situation.

  1. Kent Smith responds to party school ranking

  2. President responds to state budget

  3. University mourns devoted alumnus Robert Axline

  1. Changes to alcohol and marijuana sanctioning guidelines to become effective in fall

  1. OHIO responds to Princeton Review's party school ranking

Keep reading Compass to see what's happening across OHIO.