Gabriela Godinez-Feregrino, a sophomore studying integrated media and vice president of the Hispanic and Latino Student Union, spraypaints over a pro-Trump sentiment on the graffiti wall, Thursday. The painted message had previously stated "Build the Wall" in reference to Trump's immigration policies, which was offensive to the university's Hispanic and Latino population.
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Marquis Maines, a junior studying interactive design, poses for a portrait on Wednesday, April 6, 2016, wearing a recently released shirt he designed.
Josh Blosser and Brad Gehring, founders of Athenian Openers, pour resin over a map of Athens on their bottle opener.
Seniors Josh Blosser and Brad Gehring, founders of Athenian Openers, pose for a portrait on April 4, 2016, with the bottle openers they made.
The Snapchat account "ohiousnap" recently began featuring advertisements from local businesses.
Defendant James Howard enters a plea of not guilty during his arraignment at the Athens Court of Common Pleas on Wednesday.
"I really like the Nike running app. It keeps track of your miles and lets you compete against other people using the Nike running app as well."
"I use the Apple Watch. Basically, I use it to track my calories, my steps. If I'm doing cardio, it's mainly for that."
"I've used bodybuilding.com to track my workout. When I'm feeling focused, it helps me stay organized. You can keep track of reps."
"I really like the Nike running app. It keeps track of your miles and let's you compete against other people using the Nike running app as well."
"I'd say no. I'm a nursing student and I have nothing against them; I just think it takes a lot of time to monitor and record your workout."
"I use the UP3 band by Jawbone. You wear it on your wrist. It can track your heart beat, how fast you run, how long you run, how many calories you lose. The app for it will show you certain restaurants where you can go to fit the remaining calories of the day."
Clean laundry sits unattended in laundry dryers in Gamertsfelder Hall on Tuesday.
Excavators sit outside the class gateway while it is under construction on Tuesday.
Alexis Apparicio, a candidate for vice president on the Impact ticket, responds to a question about assault on campus during the Student Senate Debate on March 24.
Ijo, the new police dog, poses on college green with his trainer John Kulchar on Wednesday, August 26, 2015.
Tyler Blust, a senior studying games and animation and Anthony Mikicic, a senior studying audio music production, are both developers for a virtual reality game. Together, they go over their character with Aaron Intrater, a senior studying marketing during an audition for voice acting in Scripps Hall.
Anthony Mikicic, a senior studying audio music production and one of the developers for a virtual reality game, tries a virtual reality sequence with the Oculus Rift headset in Scripps Hall.
Dancers perform an Iranian dance onstage during the Persian New Year celebration of Nowruz in Baker Center Ballroom in 2016.
Attendees of the Persian New Year celebration pose for a photo behind the Haft Seen, a table setting with seven symbolic items for Nowruz, the Persian new year, during the dinner in Baker Center Ballroom.