As much as Ohio University prides itself on being an inclusive school by continuing to run a plethora of advertising campaigns, heinous incidents keep occurring on campus that threaten the lives of minority students.
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Obi-Wan Kenobi starring Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen released its first trailer last week, and is an all-or-nothing attempt from Star Wars.
After a thrilling start to its home schedule last week against Marshall, Ohio will return to the Ohio Softball Field Tuesday for its second home game of the season. Ohio will face off against against Ohio State.
In May 2021, Gracyn Kent and Megan Rose joined together to create the Asian American/Pacific Islander Student Union, or AAPISU, as a community for members to learn about culture and identity. The duo also hoped to create a more inclusive space at Ohio University.
The Ohio Program of Intensive English, or OPIE, organized a welcome ceremony for this spring’s Chubu University exchange participants on March 17. The event was attended by faculty members, student participants, culture enthusiasts and Ohio University students.
In the first episode of The Post’s newest pop culture podcast, Mimi Calhoun, Grace Koennecke and Maggie Palma talk everything music: from K-Pop boy group Enhypen, to Halsey’s world tour, to Blossoms' newest album.
On this week's episode of 'Yes Ma'am,’ hosts Ashley, Maria and Molly give a quick update on Ohio sports and take a stab at filling out their own women's March Madness bracket.
Daily Rundown: Ohio Baseball wins series against Kent State, Monday drag show plans to thrill students, pride week gathers students together through conversation and more
Ohio University’s second voluntary separation or retirement program, or VSRP, ran from January 14 to March 7 and was met with concerns from OU faculty.
The Athens City-County Health Department reported one new COVID-19 death Friday.
Potential. Most film and TV projects start with quite a bit of it because of the source material it could be based on, a great director helming the ship or accomplished writers creating an interesting world. DMZ had all of the above going for it during its eight-year journey from pre-production to release.
One outing per week isn’t easy for a pitcher, let alone two.
My Saturday mornings have been spent the same way for over two years now. I wake up just in time to pull on some lazy outfit and walk over to pray with Rabbi Levi Raichik. Sometimes, the location changes, and we meet at Chabad instead of his house. Different people have joined throughout the years and, over time, my relationship with Raichik has changed, but one thing that always remains constant in my Saturday mornings is cholent.
With the consistent rise of various social media platforms over the past 20 years, many changes have occurred leading to controversial opinions about how social media has changed our world. Out of over seven billion people on the planet, more than 3.5 billion people are online, and around two-thirds of these people are on social media sites.
There was no obstacle Ohio (10-7, 4-2 Mid-American Conference) couldn’t handle Sunday.
Ohio University Student Senate will be hosting pride week from March 20 to March 26. Through conversation, performances and activities, pride week aims to connect and educate those who choose to participate.
As Baker Center Theater fills with exhilarated students, the stage will be teeming with talented local performers, bring-the-house-down musical numbers and, of course, high, high heels. That’s right, Ohio University: It’s time for another drag show.
After two days of frustration, Ohio closed out the first weekend in its Mid-American Conference schedule with a win over Buffalo. With a 10-2 victory Saturday afternoon, Ohio aired its frustrations and trampled Buffalo.
Men's Basketball: Mark Sears makes game-winning layup to nudge Ohio over Rice in first round of College Basketball Invitational
All Mark Sears needed was five seconds to secure Ohio's last-second victory over Rice.
Although it was cloudy and cold Saturday at Bob Wren Stadium, Mason Minzey was on fire.