Counseling and Psychological Services helps new, existing students manage mental health through various programs and resources.
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The shortened 2021 season was rough, but the Bobcats should be optimistic about their future.
A guide to help first year Bobcats navigate Athens and Ohio University.
An NCAA Tournament appearance is hard to top, but Ohio is set up for success next season.
How to navigate Athens with food allergies and dietary restrictions.
Ohio’s 5-15 record was a little misleading.
Here are nine items you’ll be thankful you brought when you arrive to campus.
With an online platform, many Ohio University students were faced with adapting to new experiences. However, for first-generation students at OU, the online platform added to the challenge of acclimating to college.
Good news: you won’t need a sewing machine.
Ohio didn’t have time to find a definite future starter in three games last season.
After a rough season, Johnstone just wants her players to rest and come back ready.
Athens is home to many treasures the culture staff of The Post have deemed its favorites.
OU will continue to update dorm guidelines based on public health experts recommendations in response to COVID-19.
Moore entered the role of interim head coach after former coach Rob Smith’s retirement in mid-January.
It’s not as difficult as it seems.
An itinerary of where to eat during BSO.
Current students give advice to new students on what to pack and what to expect in their new homes.
Ohio had a good 2021 season, but there is still room to improve.
The numerous organizations and resources on campus offered to LGBTQ+ students are especially beneficial to incoming freshmen, as they offer them a new sense of community and belonging while they navigate their sexual and gender identities.
From politicians to university administrators, here’s some people to know before hitting the bricks this fall.