Peyton Guice stared out the window of her parents’ SUV and, to their dismay, wasn’t impressed with what she saw.
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Zach Curry saw the video when he was lying in bed recovering from a hernia surgery that has sidelined him for most of his first season with Ohio.
Imagine a competition where being vulnerable is an advantage. Imagine putting that vulnerability under a spotlight, center-stage. That’s what poetry recitation is to Krista Goosman, a junior at Nelsonville-York High School.
Athena Cinema Presents: A Speakeasy Soirée with Eddy/Meyer Trio at 7 p.m. at the Athena Cinema, 20 S. Court St. Watch a collection of rare short films from the silent film era accompanied by live music from local jazz performers, The Eddy/Meyer Trio. There will be a cash bar with signature cocktails from West End Distillery. Doors open at 6 p.m.
The Athens Arts, Parks and Recreation department is hosting Breakfast of Champions at the Athens Community Center, 701 E. State St., Saturday morning to celebrate and bring awareness to National Girls and Women in Sports Day.
Alec Hagan has been one of Ohio’s best and most consistent wrestlers this season. He is no stranger to dominance as he has been extremely successful his entire career, dating back to high school.
Daily budget meetings, records requests, interviewing students around campus, seeking out stories ideas and localizing them: this is what student press freedom looks like to The Post.
Last week’s episode focused on Randall (Sterling K. Brown) and his struggle with anxiety after a man breaks into his house. The episode ends with young Kate (Hannah Zeile) getting into trouble and the young versions of Kevin (Logan Shroyer) and Randall (Niles Fitch) leave with Rebecca to save her (Mandy Moore).
It is hard to find three and a half hours for a movie. The length is intimidating, especially in the current climate of short attention spans that prefer watching 60-second TikToks for a few hours than watching one single plotline. The length of Martin Scorsese’s latest movie, though, is one of the elements that makes it absolutely spectacular.
Since returning from winter break, OU Fun Facts has focused on regrouping in preparation for their Spring semester plans.
Ohio lost its sixth Mid-American Conference game of the season Tuesday with a 61-59 defeat to Northern Illinois in DeKalb, Illinois.
Athens (12-4) looked a little rough to begin the game Tuesday night but, when it was all said and done against Nelsonville-York (2-14), the Bulldogs won 68-50.
Ohio University has launched a health alerts page, which aims to educate students, staff and faculty members about human coronavirus.
Student Press Freedom Day was celebrated nationally among student journalists on Wednesday. It is a day to celebrate the work of student journalists but also be a reminder that students should not be censored for their work.
Winter struck Athens this December with a strong, bitter cold. Farmers have finished their harvest, snow blanketing the fields that were abundant with fruits and vegetables just weeks prior. Even the residents of Athens already seem a few shades paler, avoiding the bleak, frosted outdoors.
The TreeWater Initiative, an organization with Athens roots, has raised money to plant thousands of olive trees. These olive trees are planted in the Gaza strip of Palestine, one way that the organization works for peace for the Palestinian people.
For many individuals, the best way to express themselves is through art. Whether through painting, photography, writing or music, these tools can help to convey emotions in ways that strictly stating them would not.
When it comes to making audiences cry, movies and TV shows typically have a playbook. And more often than not, the play most chosen is the death of a character, usually backed by swelling music and metaphorical visuals. Other paths to take may include traumatic plot twists, a detailed descent of someone suffering from a disease, you name it. The thing is, though, all of these scenarios play out in dramatic, story-like ways.
I have seven tattoos — five professionally done and two given to me by a friend in a bedroom. During each one, I learn more about my body and my pain tolerance.
Athens County Commissioners have recently expressed concern over how much money to pledge toward the Baileys Trail project.