Everything around you has been pretty gray and gloomy, including your food and drink choices. But as we enter the spring season, all of that can change. Spring is the perfect season to find and use colorful and edible flowers, because by the time summer rolls around, many of them have come and gone. Check out these eight edible flower recipes to put some color back into your life:
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Life may be constantly on-the-go, but the spirit warrior doll sewing session gives attendees a chance to slow down and enjoy the journey of sewing a needle through thread.
The first of its kind, the Ohio University Global Arts Festival will mix together music, dance, theater, film and visual arts from around the world for an immersive cultural experience.
Perhaps one of the best days out of the year is April 1 — when people are allowed to unapologetically prank one another. Whether it’s a well thought out prank or one that takes little to no preparation, the payoff is always worth it. Consider using one, or more, of these 10 prank ideas in preparation for April Fools’ Day.
Several Athens residents share their personal experiences as members of the biker subculture.
Watching children with special needs play sports with confidence in themselves is why Katy Curnutte finds being part of RallyCap Sports so gratifying.
Springtime in India is a season full of joyous celebrations, and the Indian Student Association (ISA) is planning to epitomize the many festivals and celebrations in a night full of traditional Indian foods, performances and good company.
Children in Athens can take advantage of a new and creative outlet that mixes fun and exercise into one exciting blacklight yoga session.
Wednesday was officially the start of spring. What better way to celebrate the transitioning of seasons by cleaning your dorm or apartment? For many college students, cleaning is a tedious task that can take hours to accomplish, but once it’s done, the feeling of accomplishment is worth it. Try these five cleaning tips to start your spring off right:
The shapes, shades and contours of the human body are captured by Athens residents and Ohio University students alike at figure drawing sessions held at The Dairy Barn Arts Center.
A film shown in the OU Spring Sustainability Film Series will focus on the social and environmental impact of palm oil’s exponential growth.
If anybody has ever wanted to travel to New Orleans for Mardi Gras to dance up and down Bourbon Street, The Wild Honeybees Mardi Gras Dance Party happening in Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium is the closest experience they are going to get to that in Athens.
It’s hard to believe March is already here, but on the bright side, some of the year’s most anticipated movies are finally here. It seems like March will be bringing a mixed bag of movie genres that will be sure to evoke all kinds of emotions from you. Here are five movies you should look forward to seeing this upcoming month:
On occasional nights at the bottom of Morton Hill, a fury of neon blue and green light can be seen clashing together in midair. From far away, it might not make much sense, but the closer one gets, those glowing lights begin to take the form of lightsabers.
“Weaving Our Stories”: Women, Wombs and Whys is an arts-based workshop led by two students who hope to educate participants on racial and ethnic disparities in women’s health care.
People say to not judge a book by its cover, but everything from the font in the title to the texture of the binding plays a significant role in deciding whether or not a book is worth delving into.
Alex Graham, an Ohio University senior studying painting and drawing, has developed his own quirky style of drawing that he tries to implement in both his school work and everyday life as often as he can.
Valentine’s Day may have been only a day ago, but that doesn’t mean you can’t turn the foil-wrapped chocolate goodies into something creative and reusable the next day. With as much chocolate as some of us can expect receiving, it’s easy to let a lot of it go to waste. Instead of never eating the chocolate, try turning it into one of these 10 different ways to reuse leftover Valentine’s Day chocolate:
Prom season is starting early this year, so grab your My Chemical Romance T-shirt, favorite black lipstick and combat boots and head to ACRN’s Emo Prom on Saturday night.
People can go and rock out to an evening of local bands and performers while also raising money for the Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio (PPGOH) at The Union Bar and Grill to kick off the weekend.