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The Ohio Women's Association was recently created to encourage discussion and collaboration between women on campus. The next meeting is tenetatively planned to take place in the second week of spring semester.
Visual AIDS project ALTERNATE ENDINGS series will be shown in the LGBT Center, showcasing seven artists and perspectives around HIV/AIDS issues.
Graduate Travis Brown started an online donation page to be donated to LGBT scholarships, F--kRapeCulture and events such as Take Back the Night.
Trans vigil to end week of trans awareness for the LGBT Center.
OUSAP Program Coordinator Delaney Anderson talks funding, advocacy and optimism in her new role.
Women’s Center offers $tart $mart workshops featuring Roxanne Male-Brune.
This week marks the first time the Ohio University Survivor Advocacy Program has had a programming coordinator since August. This isn’t to say the program has gone unguided before Delaney Anderson stepped in. Bill Arnold, graduate assistant for bystander intervention and prevention education, stepped up as acting program coordinator to keep the program on track.
Athens, Perry and Meigs county benefit from Ohio University Survivor Advocacy Outreach Program.
Mentor program hopes to build leaders from Athens Middle School and OU Women’s Center.
Lost Flamingo Company’s ‘Rocky Horror’ back at the Union
If Kevin Miller never had sex again for the rest of his life, he “would be a perfectly happy human being.”
Michele T. Berger to “Keeping it in the Family: African American Mother and Daughter Discussions of Health, Young Womanhood and HIV Risk” through Women’s Center
Legendary acts Richard Thompson and Todd Snider take the Stuart's stage
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the fourth in a weeklong series explaining how sexual assault cases are handled in Southeast Ohio and the resources available to assist survivors.
Folders created to help faculty, staff navigate sexual assault cases
LGBT Center to celebrate homecoming with rally, parade and Sweet 16 tailgate.
Ana Schmitt sits with her blue hair flowing in the wind. Slightly fidgeting and keeping her hair out of her eyes, a large tattoo of a phoenix peeks out from her v-neck shirt tucked into her skirt. She said she’s never felt more alive.
Women’s Center “Red Party” to talk about menstruation in safe setting
A month to honor LGBT is packed full of events to celebrate and connect students