As more people begin to receive COVID-19 vaccinations, tourism in Athens County is expected to rebound from the pandemic while local destinations continue to prioritize safety.
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Ohio University is in collaboration with 16 other colleges across the state on programming to increase awareness about hazing and the newly reintroduced Collin’s Law.
'Stay Tuned,' Episode 41: Discussing the Cinnamon Toast Crunch shrimp fiasco, the royal family's diversity czar
On the 41st episode of ‘Stay Tuned,’ hosts Bre Offenberger and Riley Runnells discuss the Cinnamon Toast Crunch shrimp fiasco that shook the world, the forthcoming Tiger King musical, the royal family searching for a diversity czar and more.
Freshman Turner Burton to release new synthwave single ‘Like a Dream’ with professional artist, Megan McDuffee
Everyone knows the music genres of pop, country and rock, but have you ever heard of synthwave?
Ornery Vets Cafe (OVC) was delayed in its opening last spring due to COVID-19. However, the cafe finally opened this year.
Today is Friday, March 26, 2021. Here’s what you need to know:
The Ohio University Scripps College of Communication will host its spring career fair via Handshake on April 1 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Two weeks to stop the spread.
Dark humor is used all around us: with friends, on social media and on your favorite tv shows and movies. It gives people the opportunity to laugh at unfortunate or even traumatic situations that they’ve experienced. While some could consider dark humor to be offensive or triggering, many people use it to cope with upsetting situations and to potentially connect with other people about their issues.
After their seven-game win streak was snapped on Sunday, the Bobcats (7-6, 3-1 Mid-American Conference) hosts conference opponent Western Michigan for a four-game weekend series. Ohio has a chance to get back to its winning ways against the Broncos, who are sitting at the bottom of the Mid-American Conference standings.
Ohio faces a make-or-break match this weekend if it wants to have a shot at making the Mid-American Conference Championship Game. The Bobcats take on current MAC East leaders Bowling Green on Sunday.
Ohio University officially announced Thursday the schedule for the Spring 2021 commencement ceremonies for graduate and undergraduate students.
Student Senate focused Wednesday on discussing diversity and inclusion and passed a bill opposing the proposed budget cuts for the Center for Law, Justice and Culture.
A lawsuit was filed by abortion providers and advocacy groups in Ohio on March 9 over Senate Bill 27, which requires the cremation or burial of fetal remains from women who have received surgical abortions and goes into effect on April 6.
Live entertainment venues were the first to close, and will be the last to open back up during the COVID-19 pandemic.
If for some reason you wanted to squander your college career without exposure to the nooks and crannies of Athens, you probably could. With a little planning, your academic life could be confined to Ohio U’s campus. Your consumptive life could roll out on Court and State Streets, and your social life could reside in the bars and on Mill Street. The only snag to this strategy: it wouldn’t be much fun.
As of March 15, Spin e-scooters have returned to Ohio University’s Athens campus. While they may be advertised as a sustainable and speedy source of travel, the cons outweigh the pros.
It’s no secret that Griffin Dunne’s Uncle Nicky is the best secondary character on the show. Now, Nicky is back with one of the most tear-jerking episodes of this is us in months.
It seems like just yesterday I was writing my first From the Editor’s Desk column, but now I only have a handful left. But while my end is in sight, that means it’s time for change. The Post is constantly changing and right now it’s beginning to move forward with new leadership.
Ohio baseball will get another four-game chunk of home games when it welcomes Central Michigan to Bob Wren Stadium starting Friday. Ohio (7-7, 1-3 Mid American Conference) will try to break the Chippewas’ (8-6, 0-0 MAC) three-game winning streak, snapping its own three-game losing streak in the process.