Archive - 2005

November 3rd

Events bring parents for weekend fun

Ohio University has hosted out-of-town guests for the past two weekends for Homecoming and Halloween, and this weekend will be no different as parents come to Athens for Fall Quarter's Parents' Weeken

Voters to consider local ballot issues

Athens County voters will go to the polls Tuesday and decide on Issues 8 and 9, which would benefit Children Services and the mentally retarded if they are passed.

Mug shots of arrested students posted on regional jail Web site

For many students, the pictures they took this Halloween will last a lifetime, but not in the way they expect.

College researchers use new technology to study blood clots

Researchers at Ohio University, partnered with the University of Texas at Houston, have discovered small particles that could cause blood clotting, which could lead to heart attacks and lung cancer.

Parking fines equal revenue for Ohio police

The more than $250,000 collected last year for parking tickets by the City of Athens was average compared to similar-sized Ohio college towns.

Legal, financial woes force cat shelter to shut doors

The Athens County cat shelter officially is closing after months of legal and financial struggles and has until Nov. 28 to leave its location, according to the shelter's manager.

'Oddball' offers entertaining anecdotes

Usually I don't find myself alone laughing out loud at 2:30 a.m.

Well-funded literature, art magazine celebrates 50 years of creativity, talent

Aside from fraternities and sororities, not too many student organizations last for 50 years.

Best-selling author takes refuge from life in his writing

The Post interviewed the New York Times best-selling author Augusten Burroughs about his new book, Magical Thinking

Dance majors display talent, creativity at annual concert

The senior students of the Ohio University School of Dance presented a variety of original works last night at the annual fall Senior Dance Concert.

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