The Athens Commission on Disabilities is an organization that focuses on providing accommodations for individuals with disabilities in Athens.
The presence of the students from OU’s Child-Life program introduced a more efficient and calm environment than the clinics previously had.
Here’s what you can do in and around Athens this weekend.
January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. But for advocates, the work to raise awareness happens everyday.
The Dairy Barn offers a variety of classes from drawing to pottery.
After two failed attempts, Canadian legislators have won the approval of their fellow colleagues to ban conversion therapy of adults and minors.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, campus life has changed drastically at OU.
Academic burnout is a challenge that many students face during their college years. With the stress of tough classes, desire to maintain a healthy social life and the ongoing pandemic, students are feeling the academic burnout trending higher than in previous school years.
In Athens County, approximately 19% of residents — or 12,500 people — are food insecure, according to 2019 data from Feeding America. That number is 5% higher than the rate of food insecurity in Ohio and nearly double the national rate.
For many queer individuals, returning home for the holidays can be a very stressful experience.
Lead singer of the Nicotine Dolls, Sam Cieri, talks about his journey as a musician in New York City and how his band Nicotine Dolls is gaining success.
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office is hosting the Joy of Toys program that helps collect toy and monetary donations for underprivileged families in Athens.