Though fall may be full of orange leaves and pumpkins, one organization is offering one last chance to be “tickled pink.”
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Coming this Friday, Ohio University’s Outdoor Pursuits will host a bonfire and night of stargazing at The Ridges for Parents Weekend, offering parents and students a way to bond under the stars.
While many will spend Parents Weekend cheering on the Bobcats or draining their parents’ bank accounts, some will be transported back in time.
While fests in Athens are devoted to streets and numbers, this weekend saw a festival dedicated to something a little sweeter.
Approximately 20 students, faculty and community members gathered Monday evening to discuss the duties the position of future director of the LGBT Center would entail.
Members of the Athens lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community will gather at the Multicultural Center on Monday to discuss their stances on hiring a new director for the LGBTA Center.
While Ohio University’s fest season has shifted, one festival is returning right on schedule.
Fall brings with it some highly anticipated fare such as the pumpkin latté, apple cider and, for some Athens’ residents, vegan cooking.
The change from quarters to semesters has brought new class times, new lesson plans, and for some, the beginning of a revamped college.
A band that has spent much of its time performing at The Front Room will cater to a new crowd this week in the back room of Donkey Coffee and Espresso, 17 1/2 W. Washington Street.
A new academic year is bringing a fresh face to the LGBTA and Women’s centers at Ohio University.
Nelsonville’s Starbrick Gallery is looking to use its newest exhibit to add a bit of spice to the world of ceramic art.
This year, the Ohio University School of Theater will feature shows of every genre, from Greek comedies to contemporary dramas.
As Ohio University braces itself for the quarters-to-semesters switch, those involved with the LGBTA Center will experience more changes than new class start times.
On any given weekend night, there are hundreds of intoxicated party-goers scouring uptown for a quick bite, and while many businesses might be grateful for these late-night eaters, they can cause a headache for others.
Science fiction and comic book lovers were able to don their Star Trek, Freddy Krueger and superhero costumes this weekend when Athens played host to its first-ever comic book convention.
It’s not every day audiences can see shows about hearing aids, superheroes and Middle East conflicts in one place.
As the current season of Glee comes to a close, Ohio University’s a cappella groups perform to fill the void.
While most graduates usually feel pride in their achievements, the LGBTA Center is showcasing those who have a different kind of pride.