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Our community will not tolerate a culture that threatens, physically or emotionally, any group or individual on our campus.

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Ohio University commemorates Juneteenth with celebration of local history June 23, 2022

Ohio University celebrated Juneteenth on Saturday, June 18, with a day filled with events for the entire University and Athens community.

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Petrik named editor of History of Philosophy Quarterly June 14, 2022

James Petrik, Ph.D., professor and chair of philosophy at Ohio University, is the new editor of the History of Philosophy Quarterly, a peer-reviewed journal. 

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OHIO researcher collaborates to find COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy linked to race and political affiliation characteristics June 10, 2022

An OHIO researcher analyzing the attitudes and hesitancy surrounding COVID-19 vaccine acceptance has found that race and political affiliation were key demographic indicators for vaccine hesitancy.

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OHIO’s Medical Academy successfully prepares a new cohort of students for careers in the medical field June 28, 2022

The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine at Dublin had another successful annual Medical Academy Discovery Series.

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Division of Student Affairs holds End of the Year staff event June 28, 2022

The Division of Student Affairs hosted a gathering in June to celebrate the end of another successful year.

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OHIO graduate awarded fellowship to create podcast in Berlin June 28, 2022

A recent OHIO graduate has been awarded a prestigious international scholarship to work on a project in Berlin, Germany, that will examine the intersection between sex, science and activism.

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Journalism student repeats as national winner in Mark of Excellence awards June 27, 2022

A story about a competition for womxn-only video game players brought an E.W. Scripps School of Journalism student a second reporting award from the Society of Professional Journalists.