Friendship, sound learning and moral rectitude are the three principles of Phi Delta Theta, or Phi Delt. Ohio University has its own chapter of Phi Delt, with around 50 members. The chapter and all the members are led by fraternity president Seth Totten, a junior studying engineering, who seeks to ensure the brotherhood lives up to these three principles.
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With Issue 2 on Ohio’s ballot this election, there has been a lot of discourse about the psychoactive drug, but where did it come from?
Like much of the U.S., Southeast Ohio has a rich history rooted in Indigenous culture. Looking at Ohio University specifically, the Athens campus occupies the traditional homelands of the Shawnee people, the Wahzhazhe (Osage) as well as the Adena and Hopewell prior to that.
The Lost Flamingo Theatre Company, or LFC, would like, if it may, to take its audience on a strange journey. Something went wrong for Fay Wray and King Kong, but LFC is hoping everything will go right for this year’s production of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”
A push for the movie and film industry to be more inclusive has prompted a new age of racial diversity in Hollywood. Films are celebrated for having a diverse cast, and many minority actors have risen to stardom.
The Bobcat Brew Trail was created by the Ohio University Alumni Association this year for alums to drink craft beer and support small businesses.
Si puedes leer esto, significa que tienes un poco de conocimiento del idioma español. ¡Felicidades! No sé de ti, pero yo amo a la idea de la capacidad de hablar más de un idioma. En mi opinión, es un ejemplo de trabajo duro e inteligencia. También, puedes conocer a más gente y aprender sobre culturas diferentes.
For many Texans, the date March 6, 1836 is very important. Although it might look like any other day during the National Expansion and Reform era in the U.S., this date holds historical significance to both the state of Texas and the country of Mexico. March 6 marked the day the Battle of the Alamo commenced.
Perhaps the biggest name in reggaeton music right now, Bad Bunny has been in the news for various reasons. From making history at the Grammys to wrestling other celebrities, the Puerto Rican singer seems to be everywhere.
If you're white and have interacted with a Spanish speaker, chances are you have heard the term “gringo” before. Whether you saw “gringo tacos” as an option at a Mexican restaurant, or if you have visited a Spanish-speaking country and attempted to speak the language only to be met with the word, it is a very popular term.
It is common for people to feel hopeless when it comes to combatting environmental issues. With evident signs of climate change plaguing the planet, it can be overwhelming for one person to feel like they are making a difference.
Alyssa Cruz | Culture Editor
Nestled alongside the Hocking River, Athens is home to Ohio University, charming small businesses and picturesque scenery. Although for some OU students, it might be difficult to imagine a world beyond the excitement and appeal of Court Street, the city and county have a lot to offer locals and visitors alike. Whether one was born and raised in the region or is merely a passerby, Athens possesses the unique talent of making sure it will not be forgotten.
Just as the weather gets warmer and school is let out, all incoming freshmen at Ohio University are hit with the quick reality that college life is on the horizon with Bobcat Student Orientation, or BSO. With the program being mandatory for all incoming undergraduate students, almost all Bobcats can relate to those pre-orientation jitters that come with pulling into the Convocation Center and checking in. After all, this is the first time it hits many Bobcats that they are actually college students.
One of the year's most significant events took place over the weekend — albeit, one of the most significant events for Ohio University. Friday and Saturday were dedicated to what some say OU does best: partying. With decades worth of students enjoying Palmer Place and Palmer Street Fests, one year — 2004 — stands out as one of the most amicable fests thanks to the work of an OU alum.
Daily Rundown: Ohio softball takes on Toledo, AAPISU reflects on heritage celebrations, footage from Palmer Place Fest and more
Last Friday, Baker Center Ballroom was full of rich culture, music and, of course, dance. A segment of the 3rd Global Arts Festival, the 11th World Music and Dance Concert took place from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
When visitors turn into Solid Ground Farm, 13262 Liars Corner Rd., they are immediately met with a sustainable, environmentally-friendly haven dedicated to learning, growing and – most importantly – having fun.
Daily Rundown: The increasing popularity of the JUCO route, the Ohio Innocence Project, an update on the East Palestine situation and more
Mexican food in the U.S. has been popular for decades. Especially among college students, tacos and margaritas are often coveted meals. However, what are the origins of these staples?