Seniors lost nearly half their time in college -- don’t take any of it for granted.
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Here’s what you missed this summer at OU.
Your bank account shouldn’t hurt as much as your headache the next day.
Those butterflies in your stomach? They won’t always be from nerves.
Within Athens lies an assortment of art outlets for students to observe and participate in. Places like The Dairy Barn, ARTS/West, Passion Works and more provide a slew of different mediums of art.
With so many organizations to choose from, it’s hard not to find one that’s a perfect fit. However, if a student can’t find one, there’s always the option of creating your own organization.
Film Review: ‘Untold: Malice in the Palace’ explains one of America’s most captivating sports tragedies
Today, the NBA stands as one of the world’s most respected and watched sports leagues in the world. Its stardom is so captivating that one of its most famous players, LeBron James, can star in a critically panned Space Jam 2 and still compete with a Marvel movie on its opening weekend.
My first experience back at a movie theater since the beginning of the pandemic was at The Athena Cinema with some friends a couple of weeks ago to see The Green Knight. And honestly, the bold and brightly lit marquee that read “Dev Patel Holding a Large Axe” was about my biggest takeaway for the film.
As of the fall 2020 academic year, Ohio University’s Shively Dining Court has been closed to help cut costs. One less dining court on campus may save money, but with COVID-19 cases rising in Ohio, and Athens specifically, the increased traffic in the two remaining campus dining courts provides an unsafe dining experience.
Southeast Ohio is full of forests and opportunities for community members to benefit from cultivating local resources.
The third episode of What If…? follows a huge week in Nick Fury’s (Samuel L. Jackson) life. What was originally a week of Avengers recruitment has turned into a week from hell; with all the original Avengers being continuously hunted and targeted by an unknown serial killer and other threats on the horizon.
Town Mountain, a band whose sound is raw and soulful with plenty of swagger, is coming to Athens to host a live, exhilarating performance.
This week, Ohio University opened its new Academic Engagement Center, located at 29 Park Place, for OU honors students.
“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.
The Bobcats will look to continue their strong start of the season after defeating VMI as they face off against Marshall for their first home match of the regular season.
The Bobcats had a disappointing regular season last year, but there are many factors favoring its improvement.
OU housing develops plans to renovate residence halls; students express the need for renovation of some dorms
The catwalk connecting Nelson Commons to the South Green catwalks is undergoing demolition to open up green space.
Currently, there are no local or state policies in place regarding limitations on gathering sizes.
Whether it’s your last year at OU or your first time back since orientation, let these tunes carry you through crucial moments of the school year.
Each of Ohio University’s affiliated performing arts groups have productions planned for the upcoming fall semester. With the coronavirus pandemic still a prominent issue, each of the programs aim to keep the shows afloat, while still remaining cautious of health concerns.