Sorority recruitment season brings a rush of excitement and new possibilities for people interested in joining a sisterhood. For some students at Ohio University, joining a sorority matches with their interests and schedules, but there are others who don’t find it fitting for themselves.
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According to College Transitions, the overall safety rank of Ohio University-Main Campus is 445th of hundreds of surveyed colleges. The University of Cincinnati-Main Campus' overall safety rank is considered less safe, at 688, while the University of Toledo's overall safety rank is 564. The overall rankings consider off-campus and on-campus safety, and the total number of colleges compile to 930, with The Ohio State University-Main Campus securing that 930th, or least safe, spot.
According to the Center for Women and Families, more than 50% of sexual assaults on college campuses occur within the first four months of the Fall Semester. This period, August to November, has been deemed the "Red Zone."
Jane Austen’s beloved novel, "Pride and Prejudice," has undergone many adaptations since its publication in 1813. From zombies to British television series, the tale has undergone some serious modifications.
Social media has long been a platform for instant fame. Users have the availability to address the entire world by just posting a Tweet or commenting on an Instagram post.
Nestled behind Standard Salon, Republic of Athens Records, or ROAR, located at 79 ½ E. State St., is easy to miss by outsiders. Nevertheless, Athens locals know this small business is one of the many gems the city has to offer.
While sunny and pleasant outside, a battle cry is heard from the green area behind Scripps Hall. Some in costumes, some not, students of HC 4500, or the Cutler Scholars Colloquium, fight each other with foam swords and other medieval weaponry.
According to the Center for Immigration Studies, the immigrant population in the U.S. hit 46.2 million.
Despite the torrential downpour, MemAud was packed Wednesday night with Ohio University students, alumni, locals and music lovers alike.
Students, faculty hope for more bilingual journalism opportunities at OU, and professionals in the field articulate its importance.
From 9 a.m. on Tuesday to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Baker Ballroom was dedicated to the music industry.
Each evening, between April 2 and May 2, vendors in Banten, Indonesia line the city’s streets to sell food and snacks for Iftar – the meal eaten at sunset to break the day’s fast during Ramadan.
March is a month full of celebrations. From St. Patrick’s Day to International Women's Month, it is a month of honor, remembrance and revel.
Sarah Ladipo, a junior studying philosophy and computer science, came to Ohio University knowing she wanted to make a difference.
After years in the making, Athens’ locals are working together to perform Song of Singapore for residents to enjoy.
The Ohio University School of Theater kicks off the new year by presenting Everybody, a melodrama known for its randomness and powerful message.
Past and present Black OU students, faculty fight to find Afro-textured hair care resources and services
In response to Athens having few places for styling and products, residents take matters into their own hands.
Ohio University’s linguistics department is celebrating 50 years of language education this academic school year. In the spirit of celebration, the department is hosting 10 virtual lectures this semester for students and faculty to attend.
The Athens Public Library, 30 Home St., is hosting the Ohio University Piano Trio on Saturday, Jan. 29. The Trio consists of OU faculty, featuring Emely Phelps on the piano, José Rocha on the cello and Christine Li on the violin.
The Dairy Barn Arts Center, 8000 Dairy Lane, is currently offering a variety of new classes for the Athens public to enjoy. Each class is taught by an instructor at the Dairy Barn who is knowledgeable of the medium showcased. The topics presented range from pottery to drawing to painting, ensuring each interested party has the opportunity to participate in something that catches their eye.