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Many will rush off to hear Christmas stories of Who-ville, New York City or London, but this year, Athens residents will hear one that takes place close to home.
Some anniversaries are celebrated with gold, others with paper and some with pasta sauce.
The Uptown sidewalks were dressed with holiday style Wednesday night as the boughs of the Athens Christmas tree were lit — and for the first time in more than 40 years, students were rocking around the tree alongside city residents.
The dangerous side of gingerbread houses takes center stage in a new holiday musical.
Never before has a presidential assassination been something to sing and dance about.
Forget heels, bikinis and gowns; one pageant on campus will feature more suits, gel and swim trunks.
With Halloween in the past, most are packing their costumes away. But for some, playing dress up never ends.
Ohio University’s Student Organization of Undergraduate Playwrights will be setting the scene of Chinese spies, fallen satellites and self-sacrifice for a reading of Looks and Hooks, a play written by OU student D.R. Baker, on Wednesday.
Though many are used to seeing the Marching 110 on Peden Stadium or maybe even just on their laptop screens, for one night, the band will be in a different locale.
Many students learned about the Great Pumpkin and the Easter Beagle from Charlie Brown and his friends, but now they might be learning a few more mature things from the Peanut’s character.
Halloween may have passed and the Block Party debris may be cleaned up, but a local theater troupe is giving one last chance to get into the spooky spirit.
Editor’s note: This is the final in a five-part series exploring the different aspects and history of the Athens Halloween Block Party.
While rowdy students might dominate Uptown during the block party, one event is reserved just for kids.
To kick off a week of ghosts and ghouls, Ohio University will be visited by a “ghost hunter” Monday.
While religion is often used as an argument against homosexuality, faith can still play a large role in the lives of LGBT individuals.
Ohio University’s Bobcat Ambassadors were announced at the Yell Like Hell pep rally on College Green Thursday. The eight ambassadors — five seniors and one from each underclassmen year — were chosen by the largest vote in OU history.
With well-known figures like Frank Ocean and Anderson Cooper coming out publicly, it’s easy to forget that average LGBT individuals face this challenge daily.
In the theater world, the feud between “techies” and actors is often a fierce one. At Ohio University, though, getting a theater degree requires getting familiar with a bit of both.
Many children have imaginary friends, but not all of those friends have a cocaine addiction.