The performance will run Nov. 21-23 at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.
The Climate and Sustainability Ambassador Program allows students to be involved in local sustainability awareness.
Many local restaurants and shops are finding new substitutes for plastic.
Student clothing swaps are an affordable way to get new threads.
For a green roof to be constructed, the roof of Schoonover must be able to support additional weight for saturated soil.
Liam Walker and Shayna Ritchey are the new leaders of EcoReps.
Oliver Runyon stars as Jason and his puppet, Tyrone.
The meat industry, specifically, is the component of our food system that has the largest negative effect on our environment.
Telling a People’s Story is at Athens Public Library, 30 Home St., to teach the African American experience through a lens intended for children.
The club will be venturing through trails newly built by Rio Grande mayor Matt Easter and others.
Live Positive uses events to de-stress its members.
The Ohio University Marching 110 will perform its annual varsity show on Saturday at Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium.
The production showcases the experiences of characters in a small town as they deal with personal problems amidst chaos involving personified puppets.
The group aims to be a safe space for black women and a form of education for their allies.
Stephen and Peter Barrett are the masterminds behind the operation.
Recycling is more than tossing plastics into a blue bin.
Here’s what’s happening in Athens this weekend.
The performance is hosted by the Performing Arts and Concert Series.
#SpeakUp will host the poetry night Thursday, Nov. 14, at 7 p.m.
Musician and public speaker Gaelynn Lea will be performing at ARTS/West on Thursday, Nov. 14 at 7 p.m.