Ohio University Student Senate met Wednesday evening to discuss the university’s Make Respect Visible campaign.
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On Thursday, Republican congressional candidate for Ohio’s 15th district special election Mike Carey spoke at a dinner hosted by the Athens County Republicans.
Ohio will continue its season with two back-to-back matches on the road this weekend. It will face its third Mid-American Conference opponent with its match against Appalachian State on Friday. Ohio will then travel to take on Davidson for a Sunday matchup.
If there was ever any doubt, Ohio has proved it’s ready for the season.
Though we watched a new spin on a vampire story in part one of season 10, this week we’re seeing a more familiar story with all the regular excitement: aliens.
Athens had another strong start last Friday but fell apart and could not stop Logan, losing 24-14 on the road. The Bulldogs currently sit 1-5 on the season, with their only win being against Alexander.
In the early months of the pandemic, southeast Ohioans initiated several mutual aid initiatives of their own.
On Wednesday, Sept. 29, the Casa Nueva Cantina, 6 W. State St., buzzed with a crowd that was eager to be immersed in the live music atmosphere.
In his latest studio album, The Melodic Blue, Baby Keem shows off his playful and versatile music-making capability.
Ohio University has a unique connection — through the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Services — to the process of redistricting, which is currently taking place in Ohio and facing some controversy.
Deputies came across a man hitchhiking on State Route 13 in Millfield while on patrol, according to the Athens County Sheriff’s Office. The deputies discovered the man had multiple warrants out for his arrest and took him into custody.
Between her self-deprecating remarks and the little bouts of gratitude she offered to the Newport Music Hall crowd on Tuesday night in Columbus, Julien Baker froze time.
Let’s get this out of the way right off the bat, Midnight Mass is spectacular in almost every conceivable way.
After a four-year hiatus, the app returns with more stringent, but not fool-proof, guidelines about content.
What If…? 's penultimate episode of its first season is doing what it always should’ve done from the start, make things matter.
The blazing temperature is not the only thing rising on Bachelor in Paradise this week, it’s the drama. As we’re rounding out into the final stretch of the season, Ivan is in the hot seat, newcomers arrive late and Kenny is getting second thoughts about Mari. It’s only gasoline on the fire at this point.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, Ohio University students and Athens residents alike know that the HallOUween block party is– or, rather, was– a staple of Athens culture. It hasn’t taken place since 2019 due to the pandemic. The city of Athens tacking a second year onto the block party’s coronavirus-induced hiatus is hypocritical, considering that other mass-crowd events were and are still allowed to occur.
From the Editor’s Desk: Take care of yourself, fellow Bobcats, as the thick of the semester approaches
It’s that time of year already: the “Athens plague” is spreading, everyone is frantically studying for midterms and all-nighters are being pulled.
Jack Wilson didn’t think he’d be nervous, but nothing could have prepared him for the crowd at Peden Stadium.
The Flint Water Crisis that lasted from 2014 to 2019 may be one of the most notorious modern occurrences of a community experiencing polluted water and the problems that come with it. However, many communities across the U.S. struggle with maintaining accessibility to clean water, specifically in large, metropolitan cities but also in smaller rural communities, disproportionately impacting people of color and low-income households.