In April, the Ohio Department of Education, or ODE, announced all students attending Ohio public schools will receive free meals throughout the 2021-22 school year.
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Syllabus week has breezed by, meaning homework and class schedules are setting in. But, it’s still early in the semester, meaning there’s still time to get organized. Don’t put off filling out calendars or sorting supplies. Organizing may be intimidating, but doing it now will save time and stress in the future. Settle that scatterbrained feeling by practicing our four tips for getting organized:
Ohio begins its 2021 season Saturday night when it hosts Syracuse at Peden Stadium. It will be Ohio’s first time hosting its season opener at night since 2017. Syracuse is coming off a dismal 2020 season and Ohio is preparing for its first game under the leadership of coach Tim Albin.
Ohio University is offering both in-person and online classes for the fall. Faculty have also been given the option to take a hybrid approach, in which class can be split between virtual and in-person meetings.
This past weekend sent already anxious students into a frenzy, especially women. Social media posts circulated calling for students not to attend frat parties due to a “rape initiation night” rumor. This meant that fraternity pledges had the intention to sexually assault girls, particularly freshmen, as an initiation task.
In today’s world of collaboration, Ulta Beauty and Target are teaming up to take on the retail industry with an unparalleled partnership.
'Stay Tuned,' Episode 45: Discussing Olivia Rodrigo plagiarism claims, the first trailer from 'Spider-Man: No Way Home'
On the 45th episode of Stay Tuned, hosts Bre Offenberger and Riley Runnells discuss the first trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home, H.E.R.'s upcoming film, the plagiarism claims against Olivia Rodrigo, Cardi B's doppelgänger and more.
The Trimble Local School District announced it will be closed for a “calamity day” Friday due to health and safety concerns.
Joey Aich, a familiar face in Athens, is suiting up for his fourth performance in the bricked city. During a tumultuous year and a half which most spent isolated in their homes, the hip-hop artist continued to create, desperately waiting for the moment he could return to the stage and connect with audiences again.
A group of student workers were told to remove their pronouns from their name tags despite OU’s dedication and involvement in respecting their students’ gender identities.
Everyone is finding out about one another’s pill taking on this week’s episode of American Horror Story: Double Feature, “Part 1: Red Tide.”
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Roy Avenue in The Plains, regarding a woman’s car being broken into. When deputies arrived on the scene, the woman said her car window was broken and a few items were stolen.
In Athens this fall, the buzz is higher than ever before with new and old students returning to campus, in-person classes starting up and in-person Greek Life recruitment around the corner.
Ron Collins treats his film sessions like a classroom. As Ohio’s defensive coordinator and safeties coach, he expects his players to be studying often and taking copious notes. Occasionally, he’ll peer into notebooks and see who’s been writing the most.
Ohio University Student Senate met Wednesday evening in its first meeting of the Fall Semester to add positions to the body and discuss sexual assault education training for Greek Life members.
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have brought forth increased concerns — especially for students — about whether their degree is worth the price they are paying for online courses.
The fourth entry of Marvel Studios’ What If…? anthology follows what would happen if Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) lost the love of his life instead of the use of his hands in his fateful car accident. What follows is a cacophony of emotion, death, sacrifice and, of course, a few magical spells.
As a senior in college, I’ve had more than my fair share of the “First Day of School” song and dance. But, all things considered, no first day — or even week — could measure up to 2021’s.
Everywhere you look on the internet, it seems like there is a right answer. It may be difficult to find at first, but it’s likely found in the form of a “ratio” underneath a hot take tweet. Whatever form your media consumption takes, there are probably people arguing somewhere about something. There is also usually someone who comes out on top in the argument, with the points in the game measured through likes and majority agreement.