Appalachian drag performers share their experiences with performing their craft in the region.
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One bad seed does, in fact, ruin the whole pumpkin patch, according to sorority and fraternity members across Ohio.
During the movement for more sustainability, especially in fashion, Shein has been propped as the poster child of fast fashion: a term used to describe the mass production of runway designs at a cheap cost. Through social media platforms like TikTok, I’ve read comments condemning users for purchasing clothing from Shein in “haul” videos and individual videos on how unethical it is to buy clothing from Shein due to its contribution to wasteful consumption of clothing.
Fair School Funding Act, Edchoice Scholarship Program ignites debate about how state of Ohio should fund schools
A lawsuit was filed against the state of Ohio by advocates and schools against the Edchoice Scholarship Program.
“This time it was a lot different because we're in the middle of a pandemic.”
Have you ever stopped in the middle of gobbling down a full meal in five minutes to ask yourself, “Why do I eat so fast?” I never did until I started intuitive eating. Suddenly, it hit me: all my years of 30 minute lunch breaks and eating on-the-go led me to consume a full meal in the blink of an eye.
OU students feel more comfortable with socialization after COVID-19 vaccinations administered in spring
Freshmen, sophomores and juniors get a chance at a more normal college experience after a year and a half of virtual classes.
The Athens City-County Health Department reported one new death related to COVID-19 between Friday and Sunday, bringing the total deaths to 94 in the county.
On Monday, the Athens City-County Health Department reported three new COVID-19 related deaths as of Saturday, bringing the total to 79 deaths in the county.
When the general public thinks of what an athlete looks like, they typically picture people who are lean, incredibly muscular and generally lack visible body fat. This mental image, though, leaves out a large group of athletes who look the exact opposite yet have admirable physical capacities.
Phrases such as “I’m so fat” and “I feel fat” have been both normal and accepted by society for as long as I have been alive and aware of what people around me say. However, each comment is misleading and fatphobic in its own right.
The Athens City-County Health Department reported three new deaths related to COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing the total to 71 deaths in the county.
Faculty Senate: OU President Hugh Sherman discusses hazing training for organization faculty advisers
Ohio University Faculty Senate met Monday evening to discuss updates and upcoming resolutions.
While doing a simple scroll on apps such as Tik Tok, a viewer can find comments on large-bodied creators that range from, “Well maybe if you just lost some weight…” to “You can easily lose weight if you just ate in a calorie deficit.” These comments are not made on the videos of thin creators, though. No one is giving them advice on how to “bulk.”
When traipsing around any ordinary mall, plus size people are left with five or less stores to find clothes and they usually consist of Lane Bryant, Torrid and the plus size section of Forever 21. Meanwhile, there are countless stores for sizes XXS–L. And, although there are many stores that offer extended sizes online, plus size options and stores need to be included in malls and shopping centers for people to try on and buy clothes in an actual store.
Athens residents hope for better broadband access after House Bill 2, also known as the Ohio Residential Broadband Expansion grant program, was passed by the Ohio Senate on Wednesday.
After realizing how having poor internet service during the pandemic has affected constituents, the Ohio State House of Representatives passed a bill that will expand broadband services to underserved parts of Ohio.
4 EPs will be released at the end of the semester, despite a mostly-virtual operation.
Students began speaking out Saturday against Ohio University’s Faculty Senate recommendation to reinstate OU journalism professor Yusuf Kalyango’s tenure after he was found to have sexually harassed two students.
The broadband plight faced by residents of Southeast Ohio and other parts of Appalachia now has an end in sight.