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Accurso Named MAC Scholar-Athlete of the Week

Accurso Named MAC Scholar-Athlete of the Week

Ohio University cross country student-athlete Juli Accurso ’14, a double major in Linguistics and French in the College of Arts & Sciences, has been named the MAC Women’s Scholar Athlete of the Week, the league office announced Wednesday. It marks the fourth time in her historic career that Accurso has earned […]

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September 26, 2013 at 7:31 amNews

Biology Student Talks about Research, Cross-Country, Medical School

Biology Student Talks about Research, Cross-Country, Medical School

Ohio University’s It’s You brand campaign features an interview with Tyler Ames, a Biology student in the College of Arts & Sciences and captain of the varsity men’s cross country team. In an interview, Ames talked about conducting biomechanics research, being a tutor, and getting accepted to medical school. How […]

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September 24, 2013 at 4:22 pmNews

Law, Justice & Culture Students Meet Local Legal Community

Law, Justice & Culture Students Meet Local Legal Community

The inaugural cohort of students in the Law, Justice & Culture Certificate program mingled with local attorneys, judges and faculty at a reception sponsored by the Center for Law, Justice & Culture on Sept. 16. “The reception was a lovely opportunity for students to have informal conversations with center faculty […]

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September 21, 2013 at 2:06 pmNews

The Steady Push for International Human Rights

The Steady Push for International Human Rights

If it had signed the various international human rights treaties put forth since two world wars dominated the 20th century world stage, “the United States would be a more generous nation today.” Yet many of the countries that did sign the treaties haven’t enforced them, continued Bert B. Lockwood, Director […]

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September 20, 2013 at 6:11 pmNews

Jellison Explores WWII Poster Girls in Wartime Propaganda

Jellison Explores WWII Poster Girls in Wartime Propaganda

Pin-up girls or women embodying FDR’s Four Freedoms worth fighting for—World War II poster girls had little control in propaganda, said Dr. Katherine Jellison, Professor and Interim Chair of History, at a recent conference at Lancaster University in the United Kingdom on “Lessons of War: Gender History and the Second […]

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September 20, 2013 at 2:31 pmNews Research

Phillips is A&S Graduate Student Senate Representative

Phillips is A&S Graduate Student Senate Representative

Adam Phillips is the Graduate Student Senator for the College of Arts & Sciences. As the senator to the Graduate Student Senate (GSS), he is committed to representing the graduate students within the college and advocating for their interests. Please feel free to contact Phillips to voice any concerns or […]

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September 20, 2013 at 2:08 pmAnnouncements News

WOUB: History Professor Discusses Russia’s Role In Syrian Conflict

Dr. Steven Miner

Last Monday it appeared the United States was marching toward possible military action against Syria. Fast forward just four days, and top diplomats from the United States and Russia are in Geneva trying to hammer out an agreement about how to secure Syria’s chemical weapons – the success of which […]

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September 17, 2013 at 8:47 amNews