Susanne Dietzel will be leaving her position as director of OU's Women’s Center. Dietzel will be moving back to New Orleans with a job at the Eden house.
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Women’s Affairs commission hosts march to combat power-based violence and features.
With new construction on campus, a specific "bathroom committee" is looking to create a universal design plan to implement, as well as updating current designs.
Pride Week will consist of one event this year.
Take Back the Night week offers panels, screenings and annual march to end and educate on violence.
The conference starts Thursday.
Madeleine Olnek, writer and director of ‘The Foxy Merkins’ will host a discussion and workshop during her stay in Athens.
Ryant Taylor, Student Senate LGBTQA Affairs commissioner and a previous columnist for The Post, confirmed Tuesday that there will be a Pride Week.
In a debut of planning, the Women’s Association has Empowering Women of Ohio Week, set between Women’s History Month and Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Comedian visits OU for an evening of "Queertastic laughs."
The Post headed out to talk to over 70 people at 20 bars in Athens to get the scoop on who you can find hanging out at each bar.
The Athens Police Department is seeking information from witnesses of what it is calling an "incident" involving a pickup truck and a skateboarder on North Shafer Street Wednesday morning.
International Women’s Day to be celebrated by OU through a festival put on by the Women’s Center.
The Crowded Room has not approached the university for filming at The Ridges.
Leonardo DiCaprio is set to play Billy Milligan, a man who claimed to have 24 personalities and was treated at Athens Mental Health Center, otherwise known as The Ridges, in an upcoming film.
Ladies and Queers Rock! camp allows adults the chance to start in the music field.
Brandi Carlile and Built to Spill added to Nelsonville Music Festival lineup.
Due to weather concerns, the sixth-annual Bare on the Bricks run, set to occur Saturday morning, is being postponed to mid-April, said Amanda Moline, Student Alumni Board student outreach committee member.
Student Alumni Board and Phi Kappa Psi partner together for annual Bare on the Bricks run to collect monetary and clothing donations.
Student group ALLY hosts annual ‘Queer Prom’ to throw a dance for those who did not have an ideal prom experience or anyone who just wants to have a good time.