At its core, In the Heights is a story about family and the love shared within, regardless if they share the same blood. A bodega owner, a cab director, a valedictorian, a salon worker and a retired maid have nothing in common on the surface, but they all share and cultivate the same community, bonds and culture. Together they push each other further over the boundaries set for them by society; that is the story being told here.
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Outgoing Ohio University President Duane Nellis announced Thursday that OU would be fully refunding all employees who were furloughed as a result of financial strains arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.
OU names Mateo Remsburg as the next assistant vice president for enrollment and director of undergraduate admissions
Ohio University announced Friday that Mateo Remsburg will be the next assistant vice president for enrollment and director of undergraduate admissions.
Ecotourism is being promoted in southeast Ohio as Rural Action hosts the Ride Through Time Guided Bicycle Tour.
Professors have been worried about the future of academic programs with the recent cuts.
Loki is Marvel Studio’s most creative and unique project so far. The show picks up immediately after Loki’s (Tom Hiddleston) escape with the tesseract during the New York City portion of the time heist in Avengers: Endgame. After that, he’s picked up and booked for crimes against the timeline from the Time Variance Authority (or TVA). The TVA essentially functions as time cops, arresting or killing those who deviate from the timeline curated and controlled by the Time-Keepers, the gods of time in the MCU. From there, he meets Agent Mobius (Owen Wilson) who recruits him to take on a dangerous timeline-altering foe.
OU student organizations rely on social media to recruit new members among uncertainty of in-person recruitment
Ohio University’s student organizations plan to use their resources both virtually and in-person for recruitment in the fall after a year disrupted by COVID-19.
The month of June marks a time for reflection and celebration of what the LGBTQ+ community has accomplished. Also known as pride month, it is a time to celebrate individuals and their identities.
Outgoing Ohio University President Duane Nellis will take a sabbatical, or paid period of leave, following his resignation as president and will not be teaching in a classroom until at least 2022, according to his retention agreement.
Athens, OU leaders thought they deserved a say in the university’s next president. The decision happened without them.
Groups like Faculty Senate and the American Association of University Professors hoped for more representation and transparency during the appointment process.
Weekender Briefs: Pick up a PRIDE button at Athens Library, take a guided bicycle tour through Athens County
“Perceive with Caution” A Kennedy Museum of Art Merging Concepts Exhibition from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. hosted by the Kennedy Museum of Art, 100 Ridges Circle. Visit the Kennedy Museum to see the student-developed, curated, designed and installed “Perceive with Caution” art exhibit. To schedule a time to see the exhibit, fill out the Kennedy Museum’s visitor approval Google Form.
For pride month, the LGBT Center at Ohio University holds numerous events to commemorate the increased visibility of LGBTQ+ individuals. Alongside the events catered specifically to pride is a new series of events within the global track of the LGBT Center’s engagement program.
Madison Square Garden, Coachella, Broadway announce their returns; OU announces fully vaccinated individuals exempt from asymptomatic COVID-19 testing
Today is Wednesday, June 9, 2021. Here’s what you need to know:
Ohio University announced Tuesday fully vaccinated individuals will not be required to participate in asymptomatic testing through the Testing Pathways Program effective immediately.
Yujia Wang, multimedia artist and recent OU graduate, has her own art exhibition on display at The Dairy Barn titled “In Search of Possibilities.” Wang wanted to create a show encompassing all she has learned art-wise at Ohio University, among other lessons from her time there.
City Council: Source of income housing discrimination banned, Athens partners with OU for wastewater COVID-19 surveillance
Athens City Council met Monday evening to approve a measure banning source of income discrimination in regards to housing and to authorize the transfer of funds for several municipal purposes.
Ohio University students have had to face obstacles associated with Summer Semester courses this year, including the mostly online setting and the cancellation of meal plans for those in-person.
Ohio University President Hugh Sherman’s base salary, effective June 14, is set at $489,000 per year for the duration of his two-year term, according to his employment agreement obtained by The Post.
A new paintball park made its grand opening in Glouster, between Hocking Hills and Athens near Burr Oak State Park. Featuring a multitude of different paintball attractions, Bigfoot Hollow Paintball Park, 11950 Black Road, is a place made for having fun and enjoying a competitive game of paintball.
Ohio University alumna and current Athens resident Iris Virjee announced plans to focus on local issues by running for an at-large seat on Athens City Council after being encouraged by fellow candidate Damon Krane.