The Saturday night show at The Union Bar & Grill is going to be a reunion and homecoming for some.
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Not all students who complete community service participate optionally.
Anthropology Alive! will offer a chance for locals and tourists to experience a day in the life of an anthropologist studying the Little Cities of Black Diamonds community of Buchtel.
A combination of "grind" and "powerviolence" music from Forest Wars will be added to the Athens music scene for an evening.
Ohio University offers its students many opportunities to experience art first-hand at no cost, and Arts for OHIO has helped make this possible. Many of the events and exhibitions are created and performed by students.
Although general education classes are unrelated to majors, some students feel they have been benefited by taking them.
Get to know Real Food Challenge OU’s mission for local food and sustainability at panel and potluck.
The LGBT Center will host a screening and discussion of Sordid Lives on Friday.
This Sunday at 8 p.m. The Smiling Skull Saloon will be hosting the Broken Hearts Club Band.
Folk songwriter Amanda Anne Platt will be playing a backstage performance at Stuart’s Opera House on Friday.
LGBT Center teams up with Office of Accessibility Services for an upcoming survey on accessible and inclusive bathrooms.
First year graduate students are having their first exhibition in Trisolini Gallery on Tuesday.
Randy Fleitman and René Banglesdorf to visit OU, share experiences as entrepreneurs for Global Entrepreneurship Week
A leading female entrepreneur to visited OU in a bid to empower women.
Bobcats coming out loud and proud during an LGBT Center event celebrating Homecoming, National Coming Out Day
The LGBT Center is celebrating people's "true selves."
The LGBT Center is sponsoring a screening of A Place to Live — The Story of Triangle Square, which will be followed by a discussion with the producer.
Leah Yodzsi and Sarah Grote of the LGBT Center will be hosting a Queer Bobcat Meet-N-Greet this Thursday in Baker at 6 p.m.