Students, faculty and pawpaw fruit mascots will make their presence known this upcoming Earth Day as they line the streets to celebrate the environmentally-conscious holiday with the annual Earth Day parade.
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The initial gun of the Cherry Blossom Invitational fired, and runners dressed in sweatshirts and raincoats flew off their marks. They jogged while they laughed over fumbled batons, and the participants confused any observer who had missed the loud-speaker announcement.
The AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame welcomes motorcycle connoisseurs into its extensive display of motorcycle and motorcyclist history.
This weekend, hundreds of hotel rooms booked nearly a year in advance will be put to use, as mothers revert back to their college days and flood down Court Street. The long-awaited staple of Ohio University culture, Mom’s Weekend, begins in full force Friday to once again establish itself as one of the most anticipated affairs of the year.
Appalachia is known for its rich culture, but a large portion of its history is often swept away within the community. Black history and culture in the region are often not what come to mind when thinking about Appalachia, but Black in Appalachia works to provide resources to reverse that trend.
The Bobcats traveled to Cincinnati for the two-day Oliver Nikoloff Invitational over the weekend as one of 20 teams competing in nearly 40 events hosted by the Bearcats.
Ohio University announced Thursday that President of the American Electric Power Foundation Janelle Coleman, will be one of two speakers at OU’s spring commencement ceremonies.
Pickle Fest is an annual charity pickle-eating competition hosted by Bagel Street Deli.
Ohio University announced Thursday that it is updating its maskings policies to coincide with the requirements set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, which now means masks are optional on its Athens campus.
For many people, the simple acknowledgement of marginalized identity groups is enough to clear the conscience. However, the ALLIES organization works to combat this sense of immediate relief by prompting Ohio University students to take action through education.
Two members of the Ohio University speech and debate team won national titles over spring break in the Pi Kappa Delta Nationals tournament held in Orlando, Florida.
Following last semester’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, Ohio University has approved a total of 2,078 exemptions among its students and faculty across all campuses.
Five new COVID-19 deaths were reported in Athens County on Tuesday, bringing the number to 124 total deaths, according to the Athens City-County Health Department.
Dreams come true each weeknight in Ping Recreation Center, as college students live out their childhood fantasies of draining threes and scoring points in competitive sports. Those special moments are made reality thanks to intramurals: an opportunity to take pick-up games to the next level.
Athens will travel Friday for its sectional finals matchup as a No. 16 seed going up against the No. 1 seed, Waverly. The game is in the first round of the tournament, as both teams will fight to advance.
As the Bulldogs dribbled out the final seconds of the game, a few players held their hands to their head and looked up toward the ceiling. Relief fell over them as time expired on the clock. The Bulldogs had just barely squeaked their way through their first playoff game. Athens’ 49-41 defeat of Circleville earned it a win in the Division II Southeast 1 sectional semifinals.
Businesses and Bengals fans are preparing for Super Bowl Sunday featuring Athens native Joe Burrow.
Athens will travel to take on its final two regular season matchups of the season this weekend with hopes to finish strong and continue its late-season success. It will take on both a conference and nonconference opponent.
There are few things that would prompt people to willingly dress up in costumes, wait out in the cold and jump into a freezing lake, only to quickly return to the frigid shore. However, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9893, in tandem with the Athens County Board of Developmental Disabilities (ACBDD), have raised thousands of dollars over the years with their yearly tradition: the Polar Bear Plunge.
To many college students, fairy tales such as Little Red Riding Hood and Rumpelstiltskin evoke childhood memories. However, Once Upon a Time: Fairy Tale Meanings, Morals and Messages instills those stories with new relevance and meanings, as Eric Brown, regional campus career coach, dives deep into the history and origins behind the childhood classics.