Almost every week, there is a career fair or an opportunity for students to branch out into the career world at Ohio University. While some students are worried about their resumes, others are more concerned about what they are going to wear.
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Voters share why early voting is convenient for them and which important issue is making them rush to the polls.
Ohio University’s two main dining halls, The District on West Green and Nelson Court, often provide a sanctuary for many students as they can come together and socialize or study, all while enjoying an easy meal. Although most students can easily come and go, enjoying the luxury of an all-you-can-eat breakfast, lunch and dinner, the students who require special accommodations due to allergies or dietary restrictions may not always have the same experience.
Whether students have been dancing for years or have two left feet, OU Vibrations is a dance group for all, no matter the experience. Since its origin in 2017, OU Vibrations has always provided classes and groups welcoming all levels of dance. This sentiment shows, as this year the group gained a record-breaking number of auditions this year.
At Ohio University, nursing is one of the top majors students pursue. Despite its many challenges, the scheduling process only adds to the student's distress.
This Friday is a lucky day to be a Marvel fan and Ohio University Student. Thanks to OU’s Division of Diversity and Inclusion, Multicultural Center, Black Student Cultural Programming Board, Student Senate and the Office of the President, all three theaters at the Athena Cinema have been rented out for free screenings of Marvel’s “Wakanda Forever” to all who have an Ohio ID.
Colleen Hoover’s “It Ends With Us” says, “Shouldn't there be more distaste in our mouths for the abusers than for those who continue to love the abusers?”
This past Friday night in Templeton-Blackburn Memorial Auditorium, the Ohio Performing Arts & Concert Series kicked off Ohio University’s Parents Weekend with a comedy set from 'Saturday Night Live' cast member, Alex Moffat.