Belly dancing as a form of exercise has been offered in Athens for years. It’s not only a compelling way to get a workout, but it is also a dance that helps women feel good in their own skin.
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Jaime Kosiorek's serve is not a typical volleyball serve.
Taylor Woodyard likes modern romantic comedies.
With local police having received several rape reports within the first few weeks of classes, people shouldn’t be walking home alone. Here are the different ways you can get a ride if you can’t find someone to safely walk you home:
Katie Nelson joined her teammates near the bench with a water bottle. Ohio had just taken a commanding 18-11 lead in the third set against IUPUI, forcing the Jaguars to call a timeout. Nelson let out a scream and showered a couple teammates with the mist of water from the bottle.
The clock was winding down Friday in the fourth quarter as Parkersburg South began its drive, down three points to Athens at R. Basil Rutter Field.
Athens' Gauge Penrod's eyes were locked in on the football. The instant the ball moved, he exploded out of his three-point stance and began his hunt for the quarterback.
New Music Friday: Hozier is finally back with a new EP; Radiohead’s Thom Yorke gives a taste of his ‘Suspiria’ score
The weekend is here and you all know what that means: new music. This week has been filled with some new albums from seasoned artists, as well as new singles from artists on the rise. And as fall movies hit the big screen, their soundtracks follow accordingly. Here are some key additions to the music world released in the past couple of days:
Hockey is one of the most male-dominated sports in the country. The Athens Youth Hockey Association organizes Girls Try Hockey to try and break that domination. Here are some images from Girls Try Hockey at Bird Arena on Wednesday:
Last week, the Bulldogs walked off Jim Mayo Memorial Field with their heads down. Athens' heartbreaking last-minute defeat to Fairland was gut-wrenching, but after the players finished their postgame meal, they walked to the buses in silence with determined look on their faces.
Although it was a short week, coming back to classes after a long weekend can be disorienting. Here’s the funny news of the week for you to enjoy to start the weekend off right:
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Ohio released its 2018-19 basketball schedule Thursday with a nonconference slate that includes a trip to Jamaica, a matchup with in-state powerhouse Xavier and a road tilt with Big Ten opponent Purdue.
Ohio University is working on multiple initiatives to improve food and financial security on campus.
After squeaking by Howard last weekend, Ohio will take a Saturday off before traveling to Charlottesville, Virginia, to take on Virginia.
If you've ever wanted to enjoy a brew with your canine buddy, now is your chance.
Branch, leaf and bark patterns are all things Julie Gee looks at while trying to identify trees.
The Ohio athletic department will earn $900,000 and pay $500,000 for the Bobcats' four nonconference games this season.
If there is anything most college students across the nation can relate to it’s that we are broke. From textbooks to tuition, there is not much wiggle room in our wallets. But that should not stop us from making our college apartments and houses less than what is seen on Pinterest. Here are easy ways to make your home comfortable and still pay for your basic necessities: