Despite the many social and religious gatherings these organizations hold, along with the rest of the world, many of those events are going online.
The event is hosted by DJ A-roc and sponsored by several OU organizations.
The Kennedy Museum of Art Virtual Portal will provide a socially distanced alternative for people to view exhibits and collections.
Ohio University’s Counseling and Psychological Services will be hosting sessions of the Body Project, an international program in which female-identifying people work to reshape the idea of what is beautiful.
Here’s some fun events to check out this weekend.
The club has transitioned to an online format, which combines both social hours and instructional lessons for members to follow.
White’s Mill, Hyacinth Bean Florist and Greenleaf Landscapes all agree that plants can help with mental health.
Movie theaters in Athens are doing everything to stay in business amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
A virtual learning environment hasn’t stopped OU tutoring services.
PAW classes are becoming a staple opportunity for a virtual alternative.
Dance, music and theater majors work hard to adapt to virtual classes.
Dr. May is taking COVID-19 precautions very seriously.
Vendors like Cricket Jones and Seeds & Things will be at the sale.
From Zoom meetings to to-go dinners, Hillel is keeping students involved.
From OHIO entertainment to spinal yoga classes.
The ghost hunts last for about seven-and-a-half hours.
People can get free lunches from Tavolino from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Tuesday.
Some freshmen have deferred to spring or next fall; others are taking classes at community colleges.
At Your Fathers Moustache, there is triumph under everyone’s noses.