I would have to say Jackie O's. I actually just turned 21 a week ago, so I haven't been to a lot of (bars). The beer is just better than anywhere else. I just don't want to go drink Bud Light, so they have a lot of really good beers and I discover new ones all the time." Katlyn Patton, Senior, Global Studies and War and Peace major
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"My favorite bar is The Smiling Skull. I like the vibes. I like that there's not a lot of "frat bros" there. Everybody is just really friendly. You can just go in there and talk to people. I went in the other day on a Tuesday afternoon and we sat next to this guy and he just talked to us about his life and all the stuff going on and how he's lived in Athens. Like, I've never met the dude before, he was just really nice. It's relaxing and they always, always have good music." Kaylee Perkins, Athens Resident
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Ohio University President Roderick McDavis, left, along with benefactors and OU alumni Bob and Margaret “Peggy” Walter, right, cut the official ribbon for the dedication ceremony of the Walter Fieldhouse.
Louisville linebackers Keith Kelsey and Deiontrez Mount take down Ohio running back Ryan Boykin during the final quarter of the University of Louisville home opener against Ohio University. Ohio lost dramatically against Louisville with a final score of 49-7 on September 1, 2013
A sunset passes over the hills of Gallipolis on the Ohio River. Residents are concerned that fracking on the river may pollute the water supply.
Olivia Wallace, a junior studying anthropology and photojournalism, wears a shirt in support of Michael Brown. On Aug. 25, which would have been Michael Brown's first day of college, Ohio University students marched through College Green and Baker University Center.
Ryant Taylor, a junior studying English, rallies for equality on College Green. On Aug. 25, which would have been Michael Brown's first day of college, Ohio University students marched through College Green and Baker University Center.
A sunset passes over the hills of Gallipolis on the Ohio River. Residents are concerned that tracking on the river may pollute the water supply.
Jessica Ensley- Lean in Further
Kelli Oliver, a senior studying Commercial Photography, holds a sign in support of the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, over the police killing of Michael Brown. On Aug. 25, which would have been Michael Brown's first day of college, Ohio University students marched through College Green and Baker University Center.
A sunset passes over the hills of Gallipolis, Ohio along the Ohio River on the evening of March 31, 2014.
Ohio outside hitter Kelly Lamberti serves the ball during the second game of the Ohio vs. Miami game at the Convocation Center on Friday, October 4, 2013. Ohio beat Miami 3-1.
Baker University Center is a centralized location for students to grab a bite to eat or seek support from one of the many services available there. (KATIE KLANN | PHOTO EDITOR)
The Multicultural Center, located on the second floor of Baker University Center, is the central location for multicultural events and organizations on campus. It is a gathering place for students of different backgrounds. EMILY HARGER | PICTURE EDITOR
Brad Burgess, a sophomore golf player, swings his club at the Athens Country Club.
Freshman catcher Madison Claytor has seamlessly adjusted to her new starting role. (Emily Harger | Photo Editor)