The Monarch Park, 8351 Morris Rd. in Albany, OH, is a new space being developed near Athens in order to encourage locals to get outdoors by facilitating a space for both the natural life cycle of monarch butterflies and discussing social justice issues.
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Ohio University’s Well-Being and Recreation, previously known as Campus Recreation, has reopened this Spring Semester with new events for students and community members alike.
The winners of the 5th annual ECO Challenge have been announced by the challenge’s panel of judges and stakeholders. The winning team consists of College of Business students Bailey Cain, Kelsey Cruttenden, Mikey Loehr and Megan Veneman, Scripps College of Communication students Ashlee Phares and Jenna Miller and Russ College of Engineering and Technology students Haley Myers and Christian Sheline.
Eileen Collins, the first female commander of a space shuttle, is the keynote speaker of the first event of Ohio University’s Frontiers in Science 2021 lecture series. Collins is visiting OU via Microsoft Teams on Tuesday, Feb. 16, at 7:30 p.m. to discuss the key qualities needed to to be an efficient, successful leader.
Ohio University’s Nutrition Treatment program is now being offered through free telehealth sessions, offered by OU’s dietetics program.
Heather Harmon never expected to turn her lifelong hobby into a full-time job. Nonetheless, Hazel Reese Vintage Market, 70 N. Plains Rd., had its grand opening on Nov. 13, 2020, and has found success during its first few months.
The holidays are a time for people to reunite with friends and family, coming together to appreciate what we have during the dark winter months. However, as the coronavirus pandemic took over 2020 and created a new normal of social distancing, at-home working and economic issues, it can be hard to feel that same feeling of cheer that the month of December brings.
Forest bathing, aka nature therapy or “ecotherapy,“ is the activity of going into a natural setting, such as a forest, and taking a moment to live in the present by immersing oneself in nature. Translated from the Japanese term “shinrin-yoku,” forest bathing seems to describe what many Ohioans have done for years.
Cultural arts center ARTS/West, 132 W. State St., is targeted to officially reopen the first week of January, thanks to newly invested Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding.
Ohio University’s Women’s Center will host its final Thirsting for Knowledge Thursdays event next Thursday, Nov. 19 from noon to 1 p.m. The event, which is titled Indian Country Coverage: Jurisdiction and Justice, wraps up a series that has gone entirely virtual this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The eighth annual Athena Cinema Sustainability Film Series is being held virtually this year. Hosted by the Athena Cinema, University Libraries and the Environmental Studies Program, this year’s film series incorporates racial and social justice into their key theme of sustainability.
On Thursday, Nov. 5, Brick City Records will be holding its third Baker’s Dozen event from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The free event, which will be live-streamed through Brick City’s Twitch page, is part of a series that aims to highlight Brick City’s newly signed local artists.
As the COVID-19 pandemic progresses, quarantining and social distancing is the norm in many places across the globe. As people spend more time alone and at home, many are becoming increasingly dependent on their pets as a source of joy.
Kindred Market will host a pop-up shop art sale by the Womyn’s Art Collective on Saturday, Oct. 15. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Kindred’s parking lot at 284 E. State St.
Hidden away in the forests of Sugarloaf Mountain, Geode Yoga and Fitness is unlike any other yoga and fitness studio.
As Athens continues to face the COVID-19 pandemic, Ohio University’s Cats’ Cupboard has been serving the school’s community by providing food and personal care items to over 185 students and faculty.
On Saturday, Sept. 26, ReUse Makerspace and thrift store held an open house at its new location.
Monday, Sept. 21, marked the start of Women Entrepreneurship Week: an international week that highlights the importance of female founders. Ohio University’s Center of Entrepreneurship and Women’s Center took the lead in promoting this notable week at OU, holding a number of virtual events for hundreds of participants.