Two members of the Ohio University speech and debate team won national titles over spring break in the Pi Kappa Delta Nationals tournament held in Orlando, Florida.
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The finale of season 26 of The Bachelor truly shaped up to be the worst happy ending Bachelor Nation has ever seen.
Being a student journalist can be tough sometimes — really tough.
TikTok has changed the way people discover music. The social media platform has propelled the careers of artists like Olivia Rodrigo, Lucy Dacus and Clairo. Despite the success, some fans believe the “TikTokification” of the “sad girl” trope of these female artists is getting old.
The 2000s were a defining time period in American history. The country experienced so much: the election of America’s first Black president, the invention of social media and of course, Rock of Love with Bret Michaels.
With productions and releases mostly back at full power, and due to the extreme prevalence of streaming services, our minds seem programmed to find the next best thing when it comes to movies and TV shows. There’s a hyper-focus on what everyone else is watching and what’s the latest and greatest. Sometimes, though, the best option to kick back and relax with is a rewatch of an older film or a beloved series from when you were a kid.
Velvet Green, Rat Motel, Jojomber and Rent Free are performing at The Union, 18 W. Union St., at 8 p.m. with doors opening at 7 p.m. This lineup of bands is one you won’t want to miss.
Police Blotter: Vehicle stolen and found abandoned; caller mistakes flashing light as Morse code signal
Stolen and Crashed
At sunset Wednesday, the Jewish holiday Purim, which celebrates the strength and resilience of the Jewish people after a brutal attack on their existence, commenced.
Athens City Council ordinance to further define race explained, a preview of fest season with Athens DJs, what you need to know about an upcoming Jewish holiday and more
On a yearly basis, local crime rates rise with the temperature.
Q&A: Power Clean Fitness Recovery Group founder envisions addiction support beyond traditional options
Rick Weber believes support for people recovering from substance use disorders can promote holistic wellness by using methods not incorporated by traditional options.
In late February, Athens City Council passed an ordinance that expanded discrimination provisions within the city’s code and defined the procedure for which discrimination claims would be processed.
If there’s one thing all college students dread it’s thinking about their futures. With this comes the interviewing process, which is just downright scary, especially when a company can determine your fate in one single conversation. Internships and jobs are constantly on the lookout for those who bring their true selves to the table, but this is usually easier said than done.
Purim is a Jewish holiday that will be starting Wednesday night this year and ending the night of Thursday. Purim is a very popular holiday among the Jewish community but is often something with which non-Jews are not familiar. So, what is Purim all about?
After two years, fest season is finally back. Hosts Tate Raub and Hannah Campbell preview this upcoming season with Athens DJs about what the event will look like and its cultural significance at Ohio University.
All good things must come to an end.
Gillian Ice, special assistant to the president for public health operations, announced Tuesday that weekly asymptomatic COVID-19 testing will no longer be required at any of Ohio University’s campuses starting March 21.
After four tournaments on the road to start the season, Ohio will finally begin its home schedule on Wednesday against Marshall.