Although it’s a week out, I’m incredibly excited for Thanksgiving this year.
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Last weekend, several staffers from The Post traveled to Washington, D.C., to attend MediaFest ‘22, a networking conference hosted by the Society of Professional Journalists, the Associated Collegiate Press and the College Media Association.
In a media landscape dominated by online pageviews, The Post is sitting pretty among those at the top.
In the Oct. 6 print edition of The Post, the story with the headline “Values That Shape Us” ran with the incorrect photo. The photo used was of Dr. Rajindar Koshal, who is actually the husband of Dr. Manjulika Koshal, the author who the story was about.
It’s the most beautiful time of the year to be in Athens. The leaves are changing, the weather is getting darker and, my personal favorite, The Post’s newspaper stands are nearly empty.
In the years since The Post’s weekly print edition switched from a broadsheet format to a tabloid in 2016, it has undergone several design tweaks and templates. This year, we’re changing it up again in pursuit of releasing the best possible paper for our readers.
The beginning of a new academic year is always stressful; classes are starting, you’re meeting new people and it’s difficult to move away from what’s familiar to you.
Ohio University’s COVID-19 protocols directly correspond to guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but what does that mean for students, faculty and staff?
Following weeks of anticipation fueled by numerous promotional social media posts, the inaugural Athens Happens Festival took place Thursday at the Athens County Fairgrounds.
Athens City Council met in committees Monday evening to discuss possible ordinances regarding the city fire department and parking permits.
The Ohio University Police Department released a crime alert Thursday evening regarding an incident of sexual imposition in MemAud.
Editor’s Note: This story contains incidents of racism and vulgarities that may be triggering for some readers.
The Athens City-County Health Department reported one new COVID-19 death Friday.
Gillian Ice, special assistant to the president for public health operations, announced Tuesday that weekly asymptomatic COVID-19 testing will no longer be required at any of Ohio University’s campuses starting March 21.
Athens City Council met Monday to discuss an alternate timeline for the design and construction of new tennis and pickleball courts, among other ordinances.
The Athens City-County Health Department reported four new COVID-19 deaths Monday. The death total now sits at 130.
The Ohio University Police Department received a report of a rape Saturday evening from OhioHealth O’Bleness Hospital.
The Athens City-County Health Department reported four new COVID-19 deaths Monday, with the current total of reported deaths sitting at 116.