Ohio University Student Senate will be loud and proud as they host Pride Week starting Monday, featuring guest speakers, socials and educational events on LGBTQA issues and focus on inclusion.
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After endless cans of Red Bull, long hours and just a smidgen of catnip, the 2014 48-Hour Shootout reached its end Sunday night.
Empowering Women of Ohio is heading into its seventh annual Empowered Women’s Week, featuring panel discussions, volunteer activities and keynote speakers.
48 hours. 30 teams. Three- to five-minute movies. Fierce competition.
Ohio University's Symphonic Band and Wind Symphony ensembles are jazzed about covering The Beatles, Gustav Holst
Bringing styles from classical to jazz, Ohio University’s Symphonic Band and Wind Symphony will perform a wide repertoire of songs in their concert Thursday.
Ohio University Sibs Weekend brought family-friendly fun to campus with carnivals, fashion shows and music.
The Ohio University LGBT Center is headed to Kansas City, Mo., to attend the Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Ally College Conference.
Jaclyn Friedman smiled as she received a standing ovation by an Ohio University audience Tuesday evening.
It’s time to talk sex.
In a town with no gay, drag or lesbian bars, the LGBT Center is kicking off the semester by creating its own inclusive queer space in Athens.
Providing a safe space has been a goal for the LGBT Center, and now they are looking to train others to make that safe space stretch all over campus.
Many people are well aware of Martin Luther King Jr.’s accomplishments in the civil rights movement, but behind the scene was an influential unsung hero in the LGBT community.
Delfin Bautista, after a semester of transition, is ready to go into Spring Semester as director of Ohio University’s Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center.
It’s all-aboard to ring in the New Year.
Finals week is approaching, but the Campus Involvement Center gave students one more chance to get their music fix.
Bringing a new twist to classical music, PROJECT Trio will be performing Wednesday, breaking boundaries of instrumental music with bassist Peter Seymour, beat-boxing flutist Greg Pattillo and cellist Eric Stephenson.
From hiking at Old Man’s Cave or listening to some Beatles music, Dads Weekend served up success from its many activities.
Dads Weekend will be bringing a variety of activities for students and their fathers to enjoy the many different aspects of Ohio University and the Athens community.
Bringing a different side to Athens’ Halloween, Ohio University’s School of Music will be hosting its annual performance, “Hallowpalooza VI – An Arm and Allegro.”