Kate Vancouver did not take lightly to her peers in elementary school telling her she shouldn’t be playing certain sports with the guys just because she was a “girl”. Now, the senior studying outdoor recreation is planning to complete one of the longest footpaths in North America, the Appalachian Trail.
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Ben Starkey described a fall without pumpkins as “flavorless."
Overcome with a feeling of discomfort or uncertainty, most people either stare or look away immediately when walking toward a person with physical differences, Rick Guidotti said.
As Chris Riley sat in his Monday morning class at the Beacon School and listened to the teacher ask various current event questions, Riley quickly pressed buttons on his iPad-like device to verbalize an answer
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For housemates Melanie Umbaugh and Sarah Root, a 4-by-3 foot poster of a cactus in the middle of their living room was not enough to create the green space they desired. After obtaining about 45 plants, however, they are feeling more at home.
For a bird lover like Lorraine Kossler, seeing a hummingbird flutter 12 inches from her face was thrilling.
The success of a crop is often in the hands of Mother Nature on a year-to-year basis, putting farmers at her mercy. But this year, she was considerably mild.
Zach Mason, a senior studying sport management, estimates that he spends anywhere between $200 to $250 a month on groceries.
Checking out exhibits at the Kennedy Museum of Art may not be the first thing on most student’s minds when returning to campus, but for anyone hoping to catch all four of the Kennedy’s new exhibits before they are gone, a trip to the museum within the first month or so of school is a must.
Freshmen left without transportation are still able to feel close to nature thanks to OU’s scenic campus
Former military cook grows out of baking from her kitchen and expands to Union Street opening Sweet Arts Bakery.
The Hillel and Chabad organizations will each host their own Seder celebration, reliving their Jewish ancestors' exodus from Egypt
Annual International Street Fair brings International Week to a close.
As a part of the Young Adult Class, students at the Beacon School maintain a yearly greenhouse taking away skills they can use after they leave the school.
Panel will be discussing the struggles women veterans have overcome and the progress that still needs to be made.
Frances and Anna Lappé discuss the need for change in food systems today and give hope that change is happening.
Handheld devices offer convenient ways to listen to popular podcasts.