Local and regional bands performed a benefit concert for the Athens Humane Society at the Union on Friday and Saturday nights. The show was a huge success, raising over $5,000 for the organization. For the 24th time, bands played music from artists such as Tyler Childers, Fleetwood Mac, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, and so many more. The event was held on March 3-4th and began at 8 p.m.
Ohio welcomed alumni and students to Court Street, College Green and Peden Stadium among other areas around Athens this past weekend for annual homecoming events and football game. Campus seemed to be back in full swing on the account of attendees of the Homecoming parade after the relaxing of two year old COVID-19 protocols on campus and around Athens.
Four years ago this November, Jody “J” Black was diagnosed with and aggressive form of lung cancer called large cell adenocarcinoma. Black fell into a depression soon after experiencing complications in treatment and stayed there for three years. Last weekend he threw a benefit at Doug’s Vault in Albany, Ohio to raise money for his treatments and the future of his family.
Photos from the scene on Capitol Hill where the United States Supreme Court struck down 50 year old precedent hours earlier.
Protesters take their demands straight to Cutler Hall on Thursday, March 24, 2022. The protest organized by Student Senate gave a space for protesters to demand Ohio University and Ohio baseball to more thoroughly address the recent hate crime and misconduct which both occurred last weekend in Sargent and James Halls respectively.
On Friday, Ohio University’s Shabbat hosted a Black Jewish Shabbat to recognize and celebrate the intersection between Black and Jewish Americans.