Men’s Basketball adjusts to schedule changes to beat Eastern Michigan, OU encourages student COVID-19 testing and OU sued over student death, alleged negligenceBy Melody Feazell | Feb. 4, 2022
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Spin scooters will not return to OU’s campus, campus organizations embrace their opportunities during the pandemic, regional organizations combat homelessness in AthensBy Abby Miller | Jan. 25, 2022
Local organizations work to combat youth homelessness
The Athens County Food Pantry is well-stocked but some people are still food insecure, Baker Center's Wednesday Acoustic and moreBy Tate Raub | Jan. 24, 2022
As a result of Joe Burrow’s 2019 Heisman Trophy acceptance speech, the Athens County Food Pantry received a ton of donations and was eventually able to start the Joe Burrow Hunger Relief Fund through the Foundation of Appalachian Ohio. Because of the sheer volume of donations, the pantry was able to increase both its stock and the number of other community outreach programs it is able to sponsor. However, food insecurity remains a huge issue for a lot of Athens residents as the world enters the third year of the pandemic. Learn more.
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OU to remember Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. through weeklong celebration, how local pharmacists have handled difficulties through the pandemic and Men’s Basketball playing in 209th Battle of the BricksBy Abby Miller | Jan. 18, 2022
Week of events celebrates life of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.