The Southeast Ohio History Center has brought back one of the most festive activities of the season.
With a range of available activities like the rock wall and New Adventure trips, students will find something to explore with Outdoor Pursuits.
David Crane will serve as a Glidden Visiting Professor for the 2018-19 academic year.
The Bobcat Twirlers are looking to restart and rebuild Ohio University’s student twirling organization.
United Campus Ministry will host a Justice Jubilee in recognition of the organization’s 50-year anniversary on Saturday.
The Lotus Palm Thai Yoga Workshop will give people an interactive alternative to a medical massage.
Athens Yoga hosted Musical Meditation for a calming Halloween practice.
Fans of traditional sports and eSports alike some times must get creative to follow their favorite teams.
Dads Weekend provided a chance for fathers and families to immerse themselves in the Ohio University experience.
Although Native American Heritage Month is a time to celebrate and learn about Native American culture, respect and education regarding native culture are necessary all year.
Students learn the genre and conventions of fantasy through the study of fantasy literature, fandom and live-action role-playing games.
The annual Cat’s Pajamas Clothing Exchange is a time for Athens residents to donate and exchange garbage bags full of clothing.
Before trick-or-treating, commercialization and block parties, Halloween was rooted in Celtic religion
Trick-or-treating and pumpkin carving weren’t a part of the original Halloween.
The Athens Community Center will be hosting its annual Halloween Game Night, which will feature the theme “Under the Big Top.”
Volunteers will travel all over Athens County to help clean up local elementary schools.
Morning Dew Hop Farm was created by two OU alumni who graduated decades apart
The CI, formerly known as the College Inn, was founded by a Turkish immigrant in 1917.
Keeping Athens in the Family: The story of two generations of Ohio University students from a Chilean family
Multiple generations of the Black family have made the long journey to Athens.
The student O-Zone ambassadors have a few special elements planned for the Homecoming game.
The two students who sport Ohio University’s mascot suit reveal what it’s like to be OU’s number one fan.