Some are gathering with their social pods, while others are stuck in quarantine.
Brian Koscho is an Athens resident and current grad student at Ohio University.
Groups and individuals have recently installed “blessing box” stations throughout the county to help those in need.
OU students and staff discuss how there are more components than retailers and stores.
By definition, cancel culture is the popular practice of withdrawing support for public figures or companies after they did or said something controversial to the public eye.
MGT 2590 works with the GRID Lab to create simulations for students.
Students provide insight into how to be an imposter and crewman.
Two weeks have now passed since Election Day. With continued political tension and debate, OU students search for different ways to protect their mental health.
Men and women alike forgo shaving this month for a good cause.
The Athens County Suicide Prevention Coalition and NAMI Athens are hosting this event, which hopes to destigmatize mental health issues.
Here’s what you can do in and around Athens this November weekend.
The Trans (Plays) of Remembrance Festival wraps up Wednesday, Nov. 18.
Crawford’s biracial, AppalAsian identity has influenced her life greatly, from her childhood to her research on Japanese war brides.
Ohio University is virtually celebrating International Education Week this year.
The Kennedy Museum of Art has launched numerous virtual programs that families can participate in from home.
Studios and students alike have modified their practice of dance to COVID-19 regulations.
Moonville’s tunnel harbors many ghost stories, but Taylor Mead isn’t afraid.
CARES Act funding provided by the city government enables ARTS/West to reopen since its August closure.
Women In Music is an organization with a goal of making progress in the advancement of women’s positions in the music industry.
With donation from Jackie O's, Athens Mount Zion Baptist Church Preservation Society honors the past while looking toward the future.