After being a part of a mass exodus of 100,000 Bhutanese refugees and 20 years of living as stateless people, a family finally found comfort in Ohio’s heartland.
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The Birthing Project: How the second-most populated country in the world is encouraging more births in a ‘dying’ community
India’s ‘wonderful controversy’ has sparked debates over the re-birthing of a declining community
As the sun set over Jammeh’s dictatorship one Gambian packed his bag to come and study in the United States.
International students share their thoughts on classical American foods.
Hyunjung Jeon started out as a graphic design student.
One professor spends six hours everyday teaching and reliving his boyhood obsession: food.
Silver cutlery and pristine plates decorated with exotic bread and meat will sit on white countertops as the Culinary Studio hosts the second Chef’s Table.
Groups of people, lingering by the long-closed henna booths an hour after the Muslim Student Association Night was over, convinced Mohamed Amira that the event was a success
It’s no news that the Alden Library is packed with information and resources, but very few are aware of the metamorphosis undergone by its librarians in the digital age.
Ohio University’s senior nursing class will conclude the year in Baker Center by raising awareness about a public health emergency.
In the midst of the anti-immigration rhetoric in the U.S., Ohio University is taking initiatives to create a more international-friendly environment on campus.
Gallows will be staged on campus soil. But instead of a literal neck on the noose, a set of ideologies attached to a flag, which will be strangled until the colors bleed out.
Cooped between stretches of plains and a high tunnel, a “secret” garden unfolds through a hobbit door.
South Green Drive will be checkered pink and black as hundreds of advocates for breast cancer awareness will run the Athens Race for the Cure Sunday.
Hannah Borowski eagerly clicked on the “apply” button on the Peace Corps website. She wanted to volunteer in a remote community in Ukraine as an English teacher, knowing it could change her life forever.
Instagram now allows you to shop brands during your routine late-night scrolling. The feature seems to nullify the virtual shopaholic’s cap on one pair of jeans a month and any hope of holding on to the remainder of that paycheck.
The Union Bar & Grill is kicking off the academic year with a few folk beats and a huge grin.
Social media seems to not only decide the most delectable burger in the neighborhood, but also what to wear to the most sought after party on the weekend. Whether it’s the dependable loafers or the chic leather boots, as the proverbial fashion blogger’s Instagram changes shades so do the avenues of humble Athens.