It’s week three of the Fall Semester. Since upperclassmen have returned to Athens, COVID-19 cases have spiked. There are, as of Sept. 9, 53 active cases in Athens. This may not seem like a lot, but it becomes a lot when you have the virus and continue to go to bars and parties.
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Do you hear that? It is the small chirping sound of large corporations profiting on the vulnerable American citizens as they face a catastrophic worldwide pandemic. A pandemic that has caused death on a scale that has not been experienced since the 1918 Spanish Flu which killed an estimated 675,000 Americans.
“Wakanda Forever,” the celebrated phrase which has become well known in households all over the world, will be commemorated even more in respect to Chadwick Boseman – who recently passed away from his battle with colon cancer.
The ‘Frozen’ franchise will be receiving an Olaf spin-off; here’s how physical wellness classes at OU are adapting to COVID-19
Today is Friday, Sept. 11, 2020. Here’s what you need to know:
When Ohio University tutoring services went online this spring due to the coronavirus pandemic, the number of weekly appointments went down. However, supplemental instruction went up. This trend has continued into fall 2020.
'Stay Tuned,' Episode 23: Discussing the boycotts of the 'Mulan' remake, Naomi Osaka's masks honoring Black victims
On the 23rd episode of ‘Stay Tuned,’ hosts Bre Offenberger and Riley Runnells discuss the ending of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, the boycotts of the live-action remake of Mulan, the “Travis Scott Meal” from McDonald’s, Naomi Osaka’s masks honoring Black victims and more.
Nelsonville-York returns home Friday to play Meigs (2-0). The Buckeyes are still looking for their first win of the shortened season and the task will be tougher without one of their best players, Brandon Phillips.
Athens is ready for its first and only non-conference game of the season against Marietta on Friday.
Brenen’s Coffee Cafe on Court Street announced Thursday on Twitter it will temporarily be closing after two employees tested positive for COVID-19.
When almost every episode is good, it’s hard to narrow down just 10.
After a nonconference loss to St. Marys, Alexander returns to conference play looking for its first win of the season.
When presented with limited options, people –– especially gym-starved Bobcats –– find creative ways to overcome the danger of becoming a full-time couch potato.
Dance, music and theater majors work hard to adapt to virtual classes.
Activists in Athens have continued to organize and support both national and local causes despite the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Local eatery Dr. May’s Thai Kitchen was a pioneer of mask-wearing in Athens, and the restaurant still upholds that strong standard of safety and care.
The city of Athens’ city-wide curbside composting program has provided an easier, more efficient way to compost for those who have remained in the program.
From the Editor’s Desk: Running a journalism publication during COVID-19 isn’t easy, so bear with us please
Everyone at The Post pride themselves on being able to serve Southeast Ohio and the Athens community. As Ohio University students, we bask in the chance to write about the place, people and things to have so greatly affected our time in college. Nonetheless, I speak for everyone at The Post when I say, running a publication and publishing a weekly paper during a global pandemic isn’t easy.
Nathan White is finally getting his team back to a state of normalcy. He’s been waiting for it for months.
Brandon Phillips is the guy for Nelsonville-York. The Buckeyes put him in the slot to catch passes, the backfield to run the ball and he does all the kick and punt returns.
Today is Thursday, September 10, 2020. Here’s what you need to know: