An Ohio University student group is working to raise awareness over a national shortage of poll workers for the November election and is recruiting Athens youth to step up and fill the gap.
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The ‘Frozen’ franchise will be receiving an Olaf spin-off; here’s how physical wellness classes at OU are adapting to COVID-19
Today is Friday, Sept. 11, 2020. Here’s what you need to know:
Athens County was moved to a level 2 on Ohio’s Public Health Advisory System for COVID-19 cases Thursday as the county’s case count surpassed 400.
The Ohio Investigative Unit cited Pawpurr’s Bar on Friday for violating orders put in place to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.
Residents and Resident Assistants living on campus for Phase One of Ohio University’s phased return plan are settling into the new reality of following self-guided safety protocols.
KFC hits pause on its iconic slogan; here’s how an Athens collective is raising awareness about local policing methods
For now, the staple fast food establishment Kentucky Fried Chicken is simply “good.”
The body made decisions in response to COVID-19 and public protests.
Ohio University announced a COVID-19 response hotline that goes live Monday for students, faculty and staff to receive information and report symptoms.
Board of Trustees receives update on phased reopening plan, including development of virus rapid response team
Ohio University announced Thursday that everyone returning to campus in Phase 1 must complete an online course about how to stay safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
When Glass Animals released its ingenious concept album, How To Be A Human Being, in 2016, little did frontman Dave Bayley know the group’s next album would refract the spotlight onto his own life experiences.
Athens City Council discussed Monday creating an emergency funds program to ensure Athens residents can have secure housing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ohio University President Duane Nellis approved an interim face covering policy Friday, several days after a statewide mask mandate was signed by Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine.
A nonprofit planted its 100 millionth tree; here’s what bars and restaurants have closed due to COVID-19
Today is Tuesday, July 14. Here’s what you need to know:
Protesters clashed in Uptown Athens on Sunday afternoon as a rally in support of police was met with a counterprotest in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.
An Ohio University alumna filed a class-action lawsuit against the university in early June that seeks a partial refund on tuition and fees following the shift of academic instruction online during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ohio University announced Tuesday that 81 employee positions were being eliminated due to the university’s financial struggles and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ohio University Housing and Residence Life will be offering additional single dorm rooms and reducing density in larger dorm rooms during Fall Semester in line with recommendations from the university's Coordinating Council.
Ohio University President Duane Nellis announced Friday the university will deliver the end of Fall Semester remotely starting in mid-November as part of the coronavirus return plan.
You can now stream ‘Love, Victor’ on Hulu; Uptown Athens hopes to stimulate local business during coronavirus pandemic
Today is Thursday, June 18. Here’s what you need to know: