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The “Paw” is an historical mark, no longer used to represent Ohio University. While items displaying the Paw may be sold at retail locations in limited quantities for a limited time (such as merchandise from the University’s Heritage Collection), the Paw is no longer an institutional brand and may not be used by University offices or organizations to represent Ohio University. Exceptions will not be granted.
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The initials "OU" are trademarked by Oklahoma University. OU should not represent Ohio University in graphics, logos, words, or on social media. Instead, consider using "OHIO" in all caps.
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