Providing answers and guidance, astrology is an increasingly hot topic for both Athens residents and Ohio University students.
The program will feature 30 skaters of various ages performing solo and group routines.
Thrifting proves to be the biggest trend change throughout the decade.
The arts, STEM programs and other schools have changed in the past decade.
BSCPB has a history almost 50 years strong.
Here’s what’s happening in Athens this weekend.
The gala sponsors the Serenity Grove.
Over the last decade, spontaneous parties have been thrown by students, frequently on canceled class days, and have served as iconic moments in their time at Athens.
Little Fish hosts yoga every Sunday at 10 a.m.
The Athens County Dog Shelter will accept any type of donation.
Eco-friendly living has become popular, but maybe for the wrong reasons.
The performance will run Nov. 21-23 at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.
The Climate and Sustainability Ambassador Program allows students to be involved in local sustainability awareness.
Many local restaurants and shops are finding new substitutes for plastic.
For a green roof to be constructed, the roof of Schoonover must be able to support additional weight for saturated soil.
Liam Walker and Shayna Ritchey are the new leaders of EcoReps.
The club will be venturing through trails newly built by Rio Grande mayor Matt Easter and others.
Live Positive uses events to de-stress its members.
Why would two freshmen students sit in frigid temperatures for a midweek football game?
Bring your own beverages to the Athens MakerSpace and play your favorite vintage games while having a blast with others.