Starting on January 20, the Ohio University Division of Diversity and Inclusion will host a multitude of celebratory and educational week-long events surrounding the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
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'Stay Tuned,' Episode 14: Discussing Mac Miller's first posthumous single, Vanessa Hudgens and Austin Butler's breakup
On the 14th episode of ‘Stay Tuned,‘ hosts Bre Offenberger and Riley Runnells discuss Cardi B for Congress, Youtuber Nikkie De Jager coming out as transgender, Mac Miller’s first posthumous single, Vanessa Hudgens and Austin Butler’s breakup, Serena Williams’ first title as a mother and much more.
Ohio looks to continue its hot start to the new year this Friday against No. 17 Calvin University.
Ohio Wrestling (2-5 overall, 0-2 Mid-American Conference) will have two chances to earn its first conference dual victory of the season against Kent State and Cleveland State this weekend. The Bobcats will be on the road for both duals on Friday and Saturday after falling to conference opponent No. 21 Missouri on Jan. 10.
The lawyer, activist and former City Council member reflects on his life.
The Athens Police Department has seen few issues with new body cameras since equipping officers with them in November.
Ohio dropped to .500 Mid-American Conference play after a one-point road loss to Western Michigan on Wednesday night.
Vice Provost of Global Affairs and International Studies Lorna Jean Edmonds spoke to Student Senate Wednesday about Ohio University’s global engagement and the need to make an impact.
2019 was the second warmest year ever recorded; Athens High School to name football stadium after Joe Burrow
Feminism is a word that can sometimes be labeled as negative, but one campus organization is working to destigmatize and educate women through bonding and connection.
After a month away, Ohio University students are back on campus. In a way, it’s weird to be back. Most students probably spent most of their breaks sleeping until noon and forgetting about the stress of school.
For roughly four weeks, The Convo was nearly empty. Aside from the hundreds of fans and parents, the likes of Jason Preston, Jordan Dartis, Erica Johnson, Amani Burke and others competed in games with impressive shots, passes, dunks and wins.
Joey and Chelsey Mahler were looking for the perfect bar.
Tucked into the third floor of Baker University Center lies Ohio University’s LGBT Center. Stacks of books line the back wall. Pride pillows sit softly along the space’s many couches, and The Red Hot Chili Peppers play from a stereo next to a large TV.
For many people, the beginning of a new year can mean a fresh start and can give people motivation to better themselves. Although some set goals intended for the entire year ahead, more often than not, they don’t end up following through with them.
The new year marks the beginning of the 2020s -- but in the wise words of Duke Ellington, “it don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing.”
Just under a month after his Heisman win and speech in which he helped the Athens County Food Pantry receive over $500,000, Joe Burrow gave Athens County another reason to celebrate.
Winter break is the time to unwind from the chaotic mess that was the last 16 weeks of college madness. It’s the time to stuff yourself with home cooked meals, spend some quality time with family and enjoy the holiday season by having absolutely no responsibilities. And, apparently, it’s the time to binge the entire Star Wars saga.
Editor’s Note: Kotanchik is a former staff member of The Post.