Groceries cost more at Ohio University’s markets compared to Kroger, Walmart and others. Here’s why.
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ORYZA Asian Grill is beginning to find its footing along Court Street.
The state of Ohio does not have a state police force. Instead, it is made up of 88 sheriffs, one for each of the 88 counties within the state, to compensate for the lack of statewide authorities.
The salary guide shows earnings for all university employees during 2022.
Goodbyes are weird. Sometimes they’re bittersweet, and other times they’re just sweet. In some cases, like this one, they’re not very conclusive. Honestly, I think these are the hardest because they don’t mark a definitive end to anything. They’re more like a measly “so long” rather than a “goodbye.”
When I realized at the beginning of Fall Semester 2022 that one of The Post’s print dates fell on April 20, or 420, as it is more widely known, I knew we had to put together something special. It started out as an idea for many months, but as April got closer, it became a reality. Over the past month, The Post’s staffers have been working hard to deliver stories, illustrations, photographs, videos and more about the one thing on everyone’s mind today: marijuana.
The end of the semester is quickly approaching, meaning there is light at the end of the tunnel. Final assignments are being handed out, students are watching their GPAs closely and plans are being made for the summer. Through it all, we’ll still be here to deliver the content you love to your inbox, on our website and in our weekly print edition.
The people of a publication truly make it what it is, and that’s no different at The Post. Last week, The Post attended the Ohio News Media and Collegiate Fellowship Day hosted by the Ohio News Media Association, or ONMA. While there, The Post was given a plethora of awards, including the Frank E. Deaner Award for Excellence in Collegiate Journalism Division A. That award is given to the best collegiate newspaper in the state of Ohio, and it’s all thanks to our people.
The search for Ohio University’s next president has been narrowed to two candidates.
Pat yourselves on your backs, Bobcats; you’ve officially made it through half the semester! With that milestone comes the much-needed, well-earned Spring Break. I, for one, could not be more excited.
Athens Mayor Steve Patterson spoke to Athens City Council on Monday about the city’s efforts to prevent the sale of flavored tobacco products within city limits.
Students and professors talk about the love they found in Athens.
Have you ever thought about doing my job during the upcoming school year? Well, now you can!
To all of our readers, be you Bobcats or Athens residents: we’re back!
It’s time we all accept this universal truth: “fake news” does not exist — at least not in its conventional definition.
Although it’s a week out, I’m incredibly excited for Thanksgiving this year.
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.