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One of the many special things about Ohio University is its location in the Appalachian foothills. The idea of being one with nature is what attracts many people to Athens, Ohio.
Every Spring Semester, college students across the country anticipate the week when they can finally put down their books, pick up a beer and kick back and relax.
Once every four years, there is a special addition to the calendar known as Leap Day on Feb. 29.
The third Classics and Cocktails event at the Athena Cinema, 20 S. Court St., is being held at 7 p.m. This week, the film is "Breakfast at Tiffany's," with the specialty cocktail being a Tiffany 75.
There may not be an official fashion week in Athens, Ohio, but there are plenty of fashion shows.
Friday, Jan. 27
As students adjust to their course load for the new semester, many will find themselves at the beacon of academia in Athens: Alden Library.
The Cultural Italian-American Organization, also known as the CIAO club, welcomes students to learn more about Italian culture in a laid-back environment.
Neatly tucked behind The Ridges in the woods on Dairy Lane, a small house sits up from the brick road. While it may seem like a regular house to a typical passerby, it is a bustling hub of sustainable living.
Athens and Home Depot will have something in common this weekend: both will be full of dads.
Appalachian Understories is an organization that seeks to educate residents of southeastern Ohio on local history through their Bike and Brew Tour in the Little Cities.
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At Athens Bread Company, located just off campus at 284 E. State St., Ohio University graduate Tim McKenna can be found baking bread and running the shop.
Ohio University’s Opera Program is presenting its first show of the year, "From Page to Stage," on Saturday and Sunday at 5 p.m. The show will be free to attend at the Scripps Amphitheater on Saturday and at the Glidden Recital Hall on Sunday.
Around once a month, the astronomy department hosts public telescope nights at the Observatory located by The Ridges. These nights are free to attend and anyone in the community is welcome.
Parents Weekend is the first of four family weekends hosted by Ohio University. The university hosts a variety of events for families to enjoy together and provides time for college students to catch up with their parents and show them around campus.
In Case You Missed It: Sydney Sweeney attends birthday party for her mother, guests spark controversy
Two weekends ago, “Euphoria” actress Sydney Sweeney attended a 60th birthday party for her mother, Lisa.