The 23rd annual Pawpaw Festival brought together the local community with the titular fruit.
The Center for International Studies, or CIS, at Ohio University is an academic community that offers educational programs for students interested in global and international issues.
As part of Ohio University’s Red Zone training, the Women’s Center hosted the “Your Right to Party” workshop, a glimpse into how to make concerts and club venues safer spaces for women and marginalized groups.
OU’s Women’s Center has been gearing up for an in-person school year full of events.
Counseling and Psychological Services at Ohio University recently unveiled a new app, Kognito, that aims to educate and inform students and faculty on various topics surrounding mental health and suicide prevention through modules and informative excerpts.
Cynthia Mendenhall, an author, speaker and self-proclaimed adventurer, will be hosting a Writer’s Series event on Sept. 15. The Post sat down with Mendenhall and talked about her past and current work as well as the upcoming event.
In the late ‘90s and early 2000s, Swarm of Dykes was an active group on campus that fought for visibility of LGBTQ+ individuals. Their extremist style in their progressive efforts ultimately impacted the creation of various resources present at OU for queer students today.
Check out the many local galleries Athens has to offer.
At the end of August, Shagbark Seed & Mill donated 400 pounds of organic heirloom corn polenta to area food access programs in Athens.
Here’s what you can do in and around Athens this weekend.
Currently displayed at the Kennedy Museum of Art, LACUNA is on display until March 6, 2022. Admission is free.
This weekend, Ohio University is hosting Parents Weekend, where families of students can come to Athens and attend various sponsored events and activities.
His album, The Moving Company, is out now.
OU history professor, Victoria Lee, discusses her travel plans this past summer while discussing the impact of traveling has on teaching.
Locals and students join in a market to sell their art and products and to network with one another.
With the challenge of processing a pandemic, students are faced with many new adaptations and finding a “new normal.”
While bringing people together and proposing new, exciting challenges, climbing in Athens has worked to become more prevalent. Through outdoor climbing and indoor opportunities, people can find a place to improve their climbing skills and meet new people.
Three artists are ready to relish the moment of being able to perform live again.