It feels like ages ago now, but a little over a year ago, I was excited for school.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted college life in practically every way, and Ohio University students are no exception to that.
Ohio University’s Scripps Latinx Network (SLN) is an organization that allows students in the Latinx community to connect with each other as well as with Latinx professionals and alumni.
Ohio University announced Wednesday that because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Fall Commencement ceremony will be held virtually.
Joey Moore never expected to play this year. He figured he’d be at home on Friday nights while coronavirus forced Athens to forfeit its season. When he and his fellow seniors got the call that the Bulldogs were cleared to play, they couldn’t contain their excitement.
The Athens Fire Department received a report on Sunday of an alarm being altered due to vapors from a microwave. The vapors were omitted from microwave popcorn.
No officers directly charged with the killing of Breonna Taylor; Athens Board of Elections has two drop-off boxes
Today is Thursday, Sept. 24, 2020. Here’s what you need to know:
Have you worked up an appetite from all that pumpkin picking, raking or even just from studying? Check out this list of fall-flavored foods that come once a year. You can thank me later. Here are some limited edition fall foods available now:
Teamwork, equality and unity are values so important to Ohio men’s basketball coach Jeff Boals that he wears them across his chest.
A staple of Southeast Ohio culture returns this weekend for its 30th edition: the Pomeroy Sternwheel Regatta. Starting Thursday, the free three-day event celebrates boating and the Ohio River.
Xander Karagosian didn’t play one snap of football during his sophomore year.
The Mid-American Conference presidents will meet on Friday to vote on the potential return of the 2020 football season.
Friday, September 25
Graduate Student Senate: First amendment of the year allows for fluidity between graduate student funds
Graduate Student Senate passed its first amendment Tuesday to allow for more research funding to be pulled from the travel fund.
Brick City Records is taking an alternative approach to music recording amid COVID-19. The originally student-run organization, which gave students an opportunity to gain experience working in the music industry, is now being run entirely online.
On March 10, Ohio University President Duane Nellis announced the suspension of in-person instruction through March 30 as part of the coronavirus pandemic response. What initially was going to be a small extended break turned into the entire university moving to a virtual learning format for the Spring Semester, and most students have been continuing virtually through the fall.
Pop-up COVID-19 testing sites provide free testing, but city officials doubt the long-term viability of the method
Nearly 900 Athens residents were able to get a COVID-19 test at pop-up testing sites near the city, but city officials are questioning the effectiveness of the testing as a sustainable method for combating the virus.
When Nelsonville-York takes the field Friday nights, Colton Snyder’s voice can be heard above the rest. As friends and family take their seats, Snyder has the most vocal support from the stands.
Album Review: Conway the Machine complements his gritty sound with enthralling songwriting on 'From King to a God'
Conway the Machine is a Buffalo rapper and founding member of Griselda Records along with his frequent collaborators and family members Westside Gunn and Benny the Butcher. His latest project From King to a God is considered his debut studio effort, although it follows a prolific run of albums and mixtapes since he signed to Shady Records in 2017.
Many of today’s issues and dilemmas would be well on their way to being solved, or already solved, if young people had been taught to enjoy both reading and critical thinking. Since the age of the internet and cellphones began, people, especially children and young adults, have been experiencing shorter attention spans.