A look at the best photos from the 2020-2021 academic year amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Police Blotter: Trucks do donuts outside Marathon; individuals reported to look in residential window
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office received an alarm report from Fruth's Pharmacy on United Lane. When deputies arrived, they discovered it was a false alarm.
“Perceive with Caution” A Kennedy Museum of Art Merging Concepts Exhibition at 9 a.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.
Hocking College is hosting classes revolving around different mediums of art throughout the spring, leading into summer. The Hocking Makers Network, or HMN, Visual Arts Center has made an effort to provide classes that will allow anyone to become acquainted with beginner-level art.
Ohio University announced Tuesday there will be an in-person commencement ceremony for all 2020 graduates Sept. 5.
Sam Wilson is Captain America. I’ve been waiting since Avengers: Endgame to say that. Other than that, “One World, One People” doesn’t have a lot to offer. Sure, there’s fun action from start to finish in the episode, and it’s great to see Sam in his new, sleek, comic-accurate suit, but everything else just falls apart when you think about it.
Athens City Council met in committee Monday to discuss creating a resolution opposing House Bill 157, which is currently moving through the Ohio legislature.
A vehicle veered off West State Street early Monday morning during a high-speed pursuit with police and crashed into the ARTS/West building.
Jason Preston is aiming for the big leagues. After leading Ohio to the NCAA Tournament, Preston has declared for the 2021 NBA Draft.
The Bobcats were able to bust out the brooms Saturday afternoon after defeating Purdue Fort Wayne 9-1 at Bob Wren Stadium. Ohio (20-13, 11-9 Mid-American Conference) now has three series sweeps on the season, each picked up while at home. The slight drizzle in the last few innings did not rain on the Bobcats’ parade. Ohio hit consistently during the game, spreading out its run production among several innings. Harry Witwer-Dukes led the charge with four RBIs in three different innings. Sebastian Fabik followed him closely with two of his own.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, or NAACP, at Ohio University gathered Friday at the Athens County Courthouse for a silent protest in remembrance of Daunte Wright and Ma’Khia Bryant.
The air was cold in Athens Friday night, but the Bobcats’ bats were red-hot.
OU’s student organizations plan for the future, reflect on their struggles from the online environment
Ohio University’s student organizations plan for more in-person meetings in the Fall Semester after struggling with inconsistency during the 2020-21 school year.
Ohio University will receive over $1 million over the next five years as a part of a recently announced $69.8 million scholarship award from the Ohio Department of Higher Education for Choose Ohio First programs.
Today is Friday, April 23, 2021. Here’s what you need to know:
The year 2020 was unparalleled and brought hardships for many people — especially students and people working.
Ohio is entering the weekend on a high note, and it will need it for the series ahead. After sweeping Akron in a doubleheader Tuesday, Ohio is headed to Muncie, Indiana, this weekend to take on Ball State in a four-game series.
'Stay Tuned,' Episode 44: Discussing SZA's interview about her experiences with Islamophobia, Avril Lavigne and Mod Sun's relationship
On the 44th episode of ‘Stay Tuned,’ hosts Bre Offenberger and Riley Runnells discuss James Charles’ YouTube channel getting temporarily demonetized, Avril Lavigne and Mod Sun’s relationship, SZA’s tell-all interview about her experiences with Islamophobia and more.
Former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin was convicted of murdering George Floyd on Tuesday. After 43 witnesses, including medical experts, and nine minutes of video documenting his death, a jury found Chauvin guilty of second- and third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter. He now faces up to 40 years in prison.