Hocking Hills State Park will close until further notice Friday at sunset due to concerns over the coronavirus.
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Ohio University’s executive vice president and provost announced Friday all summer courses will be taught through remote and online instruction due to the continued threat of the coronavirus.
As the rest of the world closes down businesses and orders people to stay home to flatten the curve, grocery workers are forced to continue business as usual despite increased health risks and little protection. Several states, such as Vermont and Minnesota, have taken action to make grocery workers classified as emergency workers, granting them benefits such as free childcare to help compensate for the risk.
The 2020 presidential election has everyone talking about politics. It’s on the news, on social media and probably on your mind. It’s inescapable. Everyone wants to talk about who the leader of our country is going to be for the next four years. As we get closer to the presidential election in November, there will probably be reminders that it is going on everywhere we look.
“War! What is it good for? Absolutely nothing.” Edwin Starr’s 1970 hit “War (What Is It Good for?)” tells us all we need to know about war: that it isn’t good for anything. War’s detrimental effects on humanity are widely discussed. From injuries to psychological damage to the taking of lives, war is humanity’s absolute most self-destructive tendency.
There is no denying that being isolated in quarantine is nothing less than lamentable. Fortunately for fans of The Bachelor franchise, there is one positive thing blossoming and occurring to keep fans smiling and hopeful: Former bachelorette Hannah Brown and Tyler Cameron have been quarantining together in Cameron’s hometown, Jupiter, Florida.
Jason Pina, vice president of Student Affairs, told Student Senate on Wednesday all 200 residents that are still living in residence halls will be moved to Tanaka Hall and Luchs Hall.
Since 1979, Take Back the Night has taken place in Athens as an empowering march intended to demonstrate alliance with survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, stalking and harassment. This year, due to the coronavirus pandemic with strict limits on social gatherings, the event will be moved to a digital platform with a ‘social media takeover’ on Twitter.
Bands like Sneakthief and venues like The Union are doing everything they can to keep momentum during the chaos.
YouTube is creating a TikTok competitor; here’s how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting the Athens local music scene
Today is Thursday, April 2, 2020. Here’s what you need to know:
No doubt, we’ve all been a bit cooped up lately. Quarantine brings us time for introspection and mindfulness. That being said, we all love to explore. It’s what drives us. How are we to explore in our living rooms when we can’t go anywhere else? As usual, social media is here to save the day.
Sufjan Stevens has received Grammy and Academy Award nominations, created several collaborative albums and has nine studio albums in his discography. He is most well-known for his contributions to the soundtrack of the 2017 drama Call Me By Your Name.
There are many ways to slow the spread of the coronavirus. The best way to prevent sickness is to avoid exposure to COVID-19, according to the CDC website. Social isolation, hand-washing and avoiding facial-touching are all recommended by the CDC, too. But one method that seems like an obvious solution is actually not: masks.
The Post still has a lot of work to do before the semester is over.
Ohio only completed two spring practices before all activities came to a halt amid the coronavirus pandemic. No one knows when football — or any sports, really — will resume again.
As a Fulbrighter enrolling at Ohio University, I was a little frightened knowing that I had begun a radically new adventure. I had come to a new country, culture and educational system in the company of my two children, 6 months old and 3 years old at the time. We never know what opportunities and risks life has in store for us until we stumble upon them.
Over the weekend, deputies responded to the Family Dollar located in New Marshfield. Family Dollar was closed and the alarm was going off.
Prior to the outbreak of COVID-19, Kindred Market had experienced its busiest day during the holidays last year. The market broke its own record as crowds of shoppers bought out whole inventories of staple items.
As the world continues to deal with the unpredictable impacts of COVID-19, local businesses are being struck especially hard. A stay-at-home order by Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has recommended that Ohioans stay inside unless absolutely necessary in order to promote social distancing and avoid the spread of the virus.
The Ohio University chapter of the American Association of University Professors, or OU-AAUP, has been forced to communicate exclusively online with all other university organizations due to the coronavirus outbreak.