Athens is surrounded by countless parks and natural wonders, but behind some of those is a cause bigger than a gorgeous place for a picnic: nature preserves and their work in conservation efforts.
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One of the favorite pastimes of college students is hanging around in hammocks with a good book or homework. Warm weather is quickly fleeing, so grab your hammock, your favorite book and find a couple trees in these unique places to hammock on campus:
This past weekend, Albany, Ohio, hosted the annual Pawpaw Festival in honor of Ohio’s state fruit. If you didn’t get your fill of all the delicious pawpaw treats the festival had to offer, tomorrow happens to be National Pawpaw Day. Here are 6 recipes to satisfy your pawpaw addiction until next year:
Hurricane Dorian expected to impact the Carolinas today; see Waka Flocka Flame in concert this weekend
Students offer alternative routes to take on campus that make getting to class easier.
Language barriers and the threat to thousands of endangered world languages serve as a major hindrance in the everyday lives of many people. However, in 1999, the United Nations set out to change that with the establishment of International Mother Language Day, which will be celebrated Thursday.
The Ohio University Symphonic Band, University Band and Wind Symphony, along with the Marching 110 will entertain the public as well as high school students coming to Athens on Thursday for the annual Band-O-Rama Concert.
Ohio University is known for connecting its students to world-renowned groups and individuals, and the School of Music is next in line to provide such an opportunity.