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Students across campus are using their positions in student organizations to make Ohio University more inclusive. In a recent panel held by the Diversity and Inclusion team of the Ralph and Luci Schey Sales Centre, various panel members described their experiences and efforts across campus.
Monday was the first day of International Education Week. The week is a joint celebration initiative between the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education. In order to celebrate the week, Ohio University’s Office of Global Affairs, or OGA, will promote international education throughout the week.
The All-Campus Radio Network, or ACRN, is hosting its annual Battle of the Bands event on Thursday at The Union, 18 W. Union St., starting at 7 p.m.
Athens City Council heard from Athens residents regarding ordinances on the body’s evening agenda Monday night, including ordinances amending parking fees, fines and pass charges and penalties for vending without a permit.
Change Our Outcomes is about walking for change. Ohio University’s wellbeing support manager, Dianna Johnson-Ward, led the initiative in hopes to bring awareness and change to a salient issue for Black women across the United States.
Change Our Outcomes, a walk for change, will have its first event Saturday, Oct. 23, at 12 p.m. The event is a health and physical activity initiative geared toward Black women on campus. Dianna Johnson-Ward, well-being support manager at Ohio University, created the event and will be leading it as well.
Ebony Minds, an Ohio University student group focused on educating others about what Black people, specifically women, face on a daily basis, held a professional development workshop Tuesday evening. Marcquis Parham, assistant director of the Career and Leadership Development Center, taught the workshop with a focus on resume building.
Athens City Council met Monday evening to discuss several ordinances and heard from Damon Krane, an independent At-Large Council candidate, during the section of Council meetings when citizens are allowed to speak on legislative items and city services not covered on the agenda.
Athens City Council met Monday evening to approve a new Arts, Parks and Recreation director.
A new writing group was formed this semester after one student expressed the isolation and loneliness that comes with writing, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Pen on Paper, or POP, Writing Group was recently formed by Xiaorui Sun, a doctoral student studying innovative learning design and technology.
Fall is finally here. The pumpkin spice lattes already made their debut this year, but the official start of autumn is Wednesday, and Ohio University students are excited for what the season has in store.
Athens City Council discussed at its meeting Monday evening the creation of Clean Energy Week in Athens and the first medical marijuana dispensary that opened in the city.
Labor Day Weekend in Athens was busy this year. Ohio University was hosting the postponed 2020 graduation, there were multiple markets throughout the weekend and even a quilt art gallery.
Current students give advice to new students on what to pack and what to expect in their new homes.
The 38th Annual Ohio University Leadership Awards honored and recognized 39 diverse students and organizations.
The Athens Community Center has opportunities for all ages to get involved in a class or event. The Community Center puts together art shows, workout classes, dance classes and so much more.
WOUB Public Media is now offering WOUB Wednesdays, a new opportunity for Ohio University students to make industry connections with alumni currently working in the journalism field.
Student debt is a major point of issue in the United States. In the 2020 election, President Biden campaigned with the idea of reducing student debt and making public colleges and universities free for families with incomes less than $125,000 annually. According to educationdata.org, the current debt amount is over $1.56 trillion.
Ayahuasca, sometimes translated as the vine of the soul, is a tropical vine native to the Amazon region, noted for its hallucinogenic properties, according to Oxford Dictionary, 2021.