Wildfires have decimated the Western U.S. for decades, but in Southeast Ohio, climate change is fueling the risk for more frequent, dangerous fires.
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As a graduating senior, my past few years at Ohio University have been beautifully prosperous. I've learned how to be a better communicator, a better professional and a stronger journalist.
Foraging was ingrained into Appalachian culture, and now has reemerged by young environmentalists seeking to further strengthen their relationships with the planet.
A study released by the Health Policy Institute of Ohio found that depression and suicide rates have steadily increased over the past year for Ohioans—with young adults most likely to have reported symptoms of depression.
As the temperature begins to drop, gone are the days of cold brews and iced vanilla lattes. Taking their place, filling up stomachs and landfills, are hot mochas and warm caramel macchiatos—turning the calendar page for everyone's favorite pick-me-up.
Running often helps relieve everyday stress and can ease your mind, whether recreationally or competitively.
Surrounded by a luscious organic garden, winding hiking trails and extensive solar panel arrays lies Ohio University’s Ecohouse—a place with deep-rooted history in Athens.
Ohio University’s Multicultural Center, located within Baker University Center, will soon undergo renovations and temporarily move locations.
Food is a basic necessity, but not all meals are created equal. With its mission of empowering people to make healthy choices, Live Healthy Appalachia, or LHA, is a nonprofit organization that focuses on educating Athens residents by engaging in community relationships.
Ohio University’s Lost Flamingo Theater Company, or LFC, was awarded the Stonewall Leadership Award on Wednesday at the thirty-ninth Annual Leadership Awards Gala for OU students and organizations.
Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill, which limits the discussion of sexual orientation and gender identity in classrooms for primary school students, harms LGBTQ+ youth and parents with children who are a part of that community.
As much as Ohio University prides itself on being an inclusive school by continuing to run a plethora of advertising campaigns, heinous incidents keep occurring on campus that threaten the lives of minority students.
Winter weather has been a contributing factor for recent electrical outages throughout the city of Athens this most recent winter and in seasons past.
Residents in the city of Athens have access to Athens City Source, a downloadable safety application that can be used to report nuisances around the city.
With bare feet sliding into the quicksand, freezing temperatures filling the air and smiles spreading across the faces of plunge-goers, Saturday morning kicked off the fourth annual Athens Polar Bear Plunge. The return of the Polar Bear Plunge, after a break due to COVID-19, raised funds for the Athens County Board of Developmental Disabilities, or ACBDD.
College students, myself included, simply don’t have the luxury of being able to afford college without scholarships and grants, given the grievances of taking out loans.
With the new year in full swing, several organizations and volunteering opportunities that have ceased operations because of the pandemic at Ohio University are planning a comeback in 2022.
The city of Nelsonville is looking to expand outdoor recreation opportunities for local residents who own dogs. The city has yet to finish clearing the space for a possible new dog park, which is still in early development.