About 120 high school students are making their way to Ohio University to participate in the annual Honor Choir and Orchestra Festival.
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Dining hall trays will soon be used for more than just carrying food.
It's never too late to start holiday shopping, so The Post compiled a gift guide for the last-minute shoppers who still need a few extra ideas for their loved ones.
John Hutchison has brought his long-term love for horses to the streets of Athens for the eleventh year.
There is a reason the Marching 110 is called “The Most Exciting Band in The Land.”
Ethan Haning started playing with cards to help him with his anxiety.
At a university that focuses heavily on journalism, Sphere Magazine provides students with the opportunity to write creatively.
Since getting his first camera and directing a film when he was only 15 years old, Rajko Grlić, an international, award-winning filmmaker, has come to Ohio University to teach filmmaking to masters students after being named an Ohio eminent scholar in film.
After Mailé Nguyen spent time in Japan, she began to notice people during Halloween wearing costumes that inaccurately depicted geishas, which are highly respected female entertainers.
With the new election season comes fresh material for comedians to use while writing jokes and sketches.
The bricks in Athens will be filled with past, present and future bobcats for this year’s “All Roads Lead Home” Homecoming celebration.
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.
People of different backgrounds came together Sunday night to remember the tragedy that happened fifteen years ago on Sept. 11, 2001.
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Google Hangout hosted by the Women’s Center brings six activists from 3 different countries to answer questions about public policies and how they aren’t equal to the genders.
Athens County Sheriff encourages people to wear orange Feb. 9 to raise awareness for Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.
As the second to last installment in its 100th anniversary film series, The Athena Cinema is playing Brokeback Mountain, a film that featured “primary LGBT characters” and helped “effect change in society.”
The Blind Boys of Alabama erupts MemAud with energetic show.
The Blind Boys of Alabama have been together for 76 years.