A week or so ago, I read an article about being an Asian adoptee amidst the spike in anti-Asian violence. I’ve been reading a lot of articles lately about the increase in Asian hate crimes, but none hit home quite like this one.
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Andie Walla and Scotty Hall have taken their love of camping and transformed it into a 1999 Volkswagen Winnebago Eurovan Camper so others can experience the great outdoors with ease.
In her parents’ unfinished basement, Marissa Owens meticulously arranges hand-pressed flowers in a mold until they’re perfectly positioned. With a steady hand, she pours hot resin over her design, sealing it in gold leaf flakes to create yet another one-of-a-kind ashtray.
Even amidst a global pandemic, Kodaline is able to produce a captivating album packed with heart-wrenching lyrics and flawless vocals. One Day at a Time is the Irish rock band’s fourth and shortest album to date, boasting just 10 tracks. But despite its length, the album offers up emotional ballads about love, belonging and learning how not to take life for granted.
What once was a small living room has transformed into a makeshift library of hand-me-downs, shelves overflowing with well-worn softback and paperback books. Genres of all types have found a temporary home among these walls, taken care of until eventually finding their way into the hands of a prisoner.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many events have been canceled or rescheduled. However, some organizations and Athens groups are adapting to the Ohio stay-at-home order and hosting events online through virtual services like Zoom and Microsoft Teams. Here’s a list of some events still happening and events that have been rescheduled or canceled:
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, a lot of events have been canceled or rescheduled. However, some organizations and Athens groups are adapting to the Ohio stay-at-home order and hosting events online through virtual services, like Zoom and Microsoft Teams. Here’s a list of some events still happening and events that have been rescheduled or canceled:
The past couple of weeks have been a time of change for everyone in different ways. While The Post is finding ways to work together remotely, we still have to move forward with making plans for next year.
As the weather gets warmer, cars of all makes and models can be found on the outskirts of campus, occupying large parking lots with good conversations, laughs and car enthusiasts from all around.
Donkey Coffee and Espresso is a place Ohio University students and Athens residents alike flock to for that perfect cup of coffee, a comfy couch to do homework in or to listen to live music on a chill night. Friday’s vibes will be accompanied by Ken Stringfellow and his intimate performance on the acoustic piano.
The freezing cold of February doesn’t bring much fun to campus, but Sibs Weekend continues to be an exception year after year.
Ohio University didn’t want just another pretty face, so it booked Jesse McCartney to perform at the highly-anticipated TBT Concert.
“Xīnnián hǎo” means Happy New Year in Chinese. You know where you might not be hearing that this year? At the annual Chinese New Year celebration held in Baker Ballroom. Why? Because of the fear surrounding the coronavirus.
College partiers everywhere are pouring one out for the end of the largest college party in the nation.
For some, the lifestyle of CrossFit can seem intimidating, but for Jolene Quirke, she lives and breathes it by coaching people every day to become stronger and healthier individuals through the practice.
For those who still need to go holiday shopping, The Dairy Barn Arts Center’s annual Holiday Bazaar is the perfect place to find local, handmade crafts to give this holiday season.
Driving down Union Street on Saturday, one might catch a glimpse of an orange object flying through the air out of the corner of their eye while passing the Athens County Fairgrounds, 286 W. Union St. If one took a closer look, they’d discover that object was a pumpkin.
Civil War reenactors share their love for history, educating people and their fears of a dwindling subculture.
The Ohio University Marching 110 is a group with tradition rooted at its core. While change isn’t normally found in the band’s vocabulary, this year’s season makes a welcomed exception.
Every day, whether it’s running, biking, hiking or swimming, Geoffery Buckley makes sure he’s getting the exercise he needs to be the best professor, writer and person he can be.