A wave of nostalgia overcomes many when a nerf gun is mentioned. Nerf gun battles were a big part of many Bobcats’ childhoods. Despite growing up and coming to campus, some students have found an outlet to continue the playful fun.
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Hosted by Junior Cole Patterson and Senior Jensen Knecht, Night Court is a podcast that explores student life at Ohio University beyond the classroom, with interviews from local personalities and fan-favorites.
Athens Public Transit recently unveiled its new electric bus to a charged crowd at the Athens Community Center Wednesday morning.
The Ohio University swimming and diving team recently made a splash by hosting its first-ever cannonball contest.
Taco Bell has brought back its game-changing fast food item, Nacho Fries. This popular item debuted in 2018 and has lived on and off Taco Bell’s menu ever since.
Alexander O’Connor, known as Rex Orange County, has recently been charged with sexually assaulting a woman on six separate occasions. It is alleged the assaults occurred over a two-day time span this past summer.
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Food insecurity has long been a problem in Athens County and the surrounding region, with 20.4% of residents suffering from food insecurity, according to appalachianohio.org. Athens County is consistently recorded as one of the most food insecure counties in Ohio.
This past weekend, Ohio University offered numerous events and festivities as Mom’s Weekend made its in-person return to Athens for the first time since the start of the pandemic.
Throughout the decades, the bar scene in Athens has seen many establishments come and go. One thing has remained the same, however, that draws in so many current and former Ohio University students: the fiery atmosphere and history that Athens bars emit, quite literally.
Located within Grover Center on West Green, the Atrium Cafe offers more than just food and drink items. Beyond the menu, the student-run cafe provides an educational experience for all.
Competitive video gaming, known as ESports, has been rapidly growing over the past two decades. Due to the rise of televised gaming events and advancements in technology, ESports has become much more than just playing games.
In this time of uncertainty with the coronavirus pandemic, one local church is helping create a sense of community built around helping its neighbors. The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, 64 University Terrace, has created a few different strategies of its own when it comes to offering help and more to the community.
Over the past year, many businesses have been suffering from an ongoing issue: A worker shortage has caused complications for both business owners and their employees, from across the country to here in Athens.
Getting involved on-campus in the age of COVID-19 has presented many challenges for students. Bobcats have been forced to get creative in finding new ways to reach out to the many clubs and organizations offered.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, campus life has changed drastically at schools all over the country, including Ohio University. Adapting to campus life is already a monumental moment within itself, but transferring to a new campus in the age of COVID-19 creates an even bigger challenge.
Academic burnout is a challenge many students face during their college years. With the stress of tough classes, desire to maintain a healthy social life and the ongoing pandemic, students are feeling the academic burnout trending higher than in previous school years.
Found on the side of roads, within neighborhoods and all throughout the community, garbage can be seen by Athens residents not ending up in the right places.
The Southeast Ohio History Center held five walking tours of the historic Athens Asylum during the month of October, allowing guests to learn numerous stories, rumors and legends that occurred throughout the asylum's lifetime.
Since being founded in 1800, Athens has accumulated quite a rich history. With that history comes a lot of strange, unexplained events and occurrences.