Soul of Athens visual communication students work through pandemic challenges to finish their projects
From theater to poetry to dance to comedy to community — you like it, OU has it.
Two visual communication classes work together to create projects that represent what Athens is really about.
Broadway’s Next Hit Musical and STOMP have already been rescheduled.
The club is led by students and focuses on helping its members better understand where their major can take them through informative, social and volunteer-based efforts.
The performance will run Feb. 29 at 2 p.m. and Feb. 28, March 4 and 5 at 8 p.m.
Directed by Roberto Di Donato, the show will run Feb. 27 and 29 at 8 p.m. and March 3 and 6 at 8 p.m.
With the closure of Athens Makerspace, female welders lose an opportunity to learn and build.
Students utilize resources around campus to practice their media production skills under strict time constraints.
The show will begin performances at 8 p.m. Thursday at the Forum Theatre.
The crowdsourced photo project challenges historical misrepresentations of Appalachia.
The Goddess Collective will put on a Valentine’s Day show at Athens Uncorked this Saturday.
The national broadway tour will come to OU on Sunday.
The live broadcasts range from Porgy and Bess to Maria Stuarda.
#SpeakUp works to promote gender equality and has formed a #HealingWords event where poetry can be taught and openly discussed.
The January program features a craft inspired by photographer Burhan Dogancay.
The annual Holiday Bazaar in the Dairy Barn Arts Center is the perfect place to holiday shop.
Just how early is too early for Christmas music?
The actors and technicians were all at the top of their game.
Sarah Melaragno, a senior studying interactive multimedia, makes trash into art.