The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, or FDA, announced Aug. 23 that the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine has been granted full approval for individuals 16 years of age and older, making it the first vaccine to be approved by the FDA.
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The Post shares what Bobcats have missed over the summer and what’s in store for the school year.
The solution is not putting more restrictions that are bound to be broken, but rather encouraging those who aren’t to get vaccinated.
Coach Tim Albin spoke about Ohio’s approach to vaccinations and preventing potential outbreaks of COVID-19.
From players getting drafted to new coaching hires, here’s what you need to catch up on from the Bobcats this summer.
From elections to face covering updates, here’s what you may have missed in Athens politics.
The start of the school year can be overwhelming for many reasons — school work, the feeling of being somewhere other than home or keeping up with a social life. However, for many, the first year of college is a time to carve out potential pathways and find a niche.
At Ohio University, there are several centers and student organizations that provide resources, programming and social events for students that represent different minority groups.
Ohio University’s dining halls plan to return to in-person dining for the Fall Semester with a to-go option. A new green to-go box will cost $5.
Learn about the different types, their benefits and how to start your own.
Your guide to all things modern academia and modish nightlife fits.
On Aug. 26, the LGBT Center is hosting an Athens Pride Artists Meet-Up where local queer individuals can connect on their shared interest in art.
Ohio University’s Board of Trustees met Friday in committees to discuss, among other things, the fiscal year 22 budget and to hear from OU President Hugh Sherman before the start of the semester.
The Bobcats held their second and final scrimmage of fall camp Saturday morning at Peden Stadium. Coach Tim Albin originally planned to execute 70 plays but ended up letting Ohio run through 77 in order to let team situations play out.
Ohio’s Green and White scrimmage marked two firsts Friday night at The Convo. Playing on a new floor, coach Geoff Carlston got his first new look at his team as he starts his second term at the helm at Ohio.
Ohio University’s Board of Trustees met in committees and executive session Thursday to discuss student engagement during the pandemic, as well as financial changes.
Weekender Briefs: Cheer on the OHIO Football team at Peden Palooza, float down the Hocking River at the 4th Annual Mega Tube Float
Perceive with Caution: A Kennedy Museum of Art Merging Concepts Exhibition at 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Kennedy Museum of Art (Lin Hall) hosted by the College of Fine Arts. The exhibition includes work that was developed, designed and installed by students in the Museum Studies Certificate Program. Masks are required at all times, and social distancing is encouraged.
Ohio University announced Thursday that fully vaccinated individuals will be randomly invited to participate in asymptomatic breakthrough testing for COVID-19 beginning Aug. 23.
Editor’s Note: This article has been updated to include the dates of move-in.
The second episode of What If…? follows a timeline in which a young T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) was taken by the Ravagers instead of Peter Quill. This leads T’Challa to eventually take on the same moniker as Peter, becoming Star-Lord and changing his Marvel universe mightily as he goes along.