Compared to most cities in the U.S., which are heavily car-dependent, college towns tend to be much more walkable and bikeable; this is due to campuses being centered around towns and because a high percentage of students do not have cars on campus.
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The Tabler Town People of Color sign was shot at five times with a firearm on Veteran’s Day, according to the Athens County Sheriff's office.
Across Ohio University’s campus, waste bins are labeled as “landfill” or “recycling.” Walking up to the two bins, one decides where the waste will go. One problem with sending waste away to landfills is that once it’s out of sight, the next steps are out of mind for many.
Daily Rundown: Olivia Urlage pioneers Gemini Killer Vintage, EDM at NHL games, becoming a drag performer and more!
Rumpke Waste and Recycling will replace Athens-Hocking Recycling Centers, Inc., or AHRC, as the solid waste hauler in Athens.
In the early 2010s, Brian Metz, a native of Pennsylvania, perused the sidelines at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana. Metz found himself a role as student manager at one of the best football programs in the nation.
With three weeks left in the 2023 season, Ohio’s MAC Championship dreams were almost dead. Despite having played excellent football at different points in the season, including a 10-7 win over Iowa State and a 38-7 win over Bowling Green, Ohio was all but out of the MAC East division race.
Ohio University's 4 Paws for Ability gives students the opportunity to truly help someone– both people and dogs.
Opponent: Indiana University
As the weather in Athens becomes unbearably cold, one thing stays constant throughout each season: Bobcats' dedication to fashion. But for Olivia Urlage, a sophomore majoring in retail and fashion merchandising, fashion is not just a hobby; it's a full-time job through her business, Gemini Killer Vintage.
Simple Science simplifies the past week in science news.
The holiday season is approaching, and many people are ready to spend time at home with their families. There is a lot of nostalgia surrounding the Christmas season. Picking out the best tree for your family, decorating the tree, setting out cookies for Santa and feeding the reindeer are just some of the traditions we can remember from childhood.
The world of dating and romance has evolved. When analyzing the influence of dating apps, Forbes Health found that 45% of participants in a study said they use dating apps to find dates. However, in recent years, students are believed to be neglecting these apps due to a lack of appeal.
Some people love antique furniture and houses because of their beautiful, ornate designs. If someone were to compare a bookshelf from 1923 with one from today, the bookshelf today would look boring and cheap. Unfortunately, furniture is not the only thing facing a downgrade.
There were numerous iconic pop culture moments in 2013. From the word "selfie" being added to the dictionary to the unforgettable "What Does the Fox Say?" music video, 2013 introduced the world to major phenomena that would leave a lasting impact. Perhaps one of the most influential occurrences in 2013 was the everlasting list of popular movies released that year.
Recently, I attended a Columbus Blue Jackets hockey game the day before Thanksgiving. I was looking forward to chowing down on a hot dog decked out with all the fixings, watching organized violence and enjoying the atmosphere at Nationwide Arena. But despite the Blue Jackets winning 7-3 against the visiting Chicago Blackhawks, my experience was soiled by an annoyance I have noticed occurring more and more recently: EDM in professional sports arenas. It has become the main music choice to play during breaks. I. Don't. Like. It.
Over the years, the Grammy Awards have become infamous for snubbing some of the music industry’s best artists, including the likes of Katy Perry and Nicki Minaj. Although many people don’t consider awards a true measure of talent in the industry, it is still shocking when great artists are not gifted with the deserved recognition.
The Oil and Gas Land Management Commission declared its decision to allow fracking in Ohio state parks and wildlife areas owned by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, or ODNR, on Nov. 15.
Daily Rundown: An opinion on why dating apps suck, the Athens Vintage Market, the history behind Black Friday and more
Ohioans have officially made the joint decision to turn over a new leaf.