After the presidential election, international students share their worries about a Trump presidency
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Mavis Staples' voice will reverberate across the Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium on Thursday, as students and residents gather to witness the rhythm and blues luminary.
Brandon Kerr is determined to vote for Gary Johnson.
The 2016 presidential election is attracting attention across the globe. Despite the inability of many to vote, international students at Ohio University are eager to express their views on the Oval Office and its future occupant.
Shortly before the Ohio Pawpaw Festival began, Sara Bir, a chef and writer, foraged for pawpaws growing around Lake Snowden to demonstrate how to make a pawpaw-flavored custard. However, because of an early crop frost in April, fresh pawpaws were sparse.
The university is preparing a broth of nostalgia. Tossing a few vital ingredients into a four-day melting pot: rambunctious memories of strolling down court street and punctuated silences at the sight of almost-forgotten images at the Alden Library; OU is hosting the 2016 Black Alumni Reunion.
Check out the variety of events happening this weekend.
With a growing surge of farmers markets and farm fresh produce, there has been a recent effort to celebrate local food.
Students will have the opportunity to dance their pre-midterm blues away and develop a kinship with the community through line dancing.
Standing at the pivotal point of the year to leap into fall, it is only fitting that there be a feast to give the winter months an ironic warm welcome.
The millennials around town are invited to what the artist describes as the “party to end all Thursdays.”
The Post curated a list of clubs for the incoming freshmen to check out
Earth Day Celebration 2016 will be a day-long event on Wednesday, starting at 11 a.m in Walter Rotunda.
Casa Nueva hosts Brick City 2015-2016 Showcase will feature extended plays from the Crooked Spines, Space Buns Forever and Slackluster.
The second day of International Week concluded with the International Talent and Fashion Show at Baker Center Theatre. It celebrated the varied culture on campus by displaying ethnic attires.
International Week will begin this Sunday. There will be a variety of events available to participate in, both for international as well as domestic students.
Professor Francis Xavier Clooney from Harvard Divinity School will speak about Hinduism and the holy book Bhagavad Gita.
The Athena Cinema will be screening the forgotten cult classic ‘The Wages of Fear’ along with a presentation by the revered professor emeritus Dr. Kenneth L. Brown on the physiology of fear.
Lost Flamingo Company presents a famous murder mystery play, Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None will hit the theater this Saturday.