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Here’s what’s happening in Athens this weekend.
Athens Pride Fest events will go through Sunday.
Petland is hosting its first Bulldog Reunion party.
Athens’ one and only pop culture convention Ratha Con brings together pop culture fans to connect with one another.
The story may have originated in a newspaper, but it wasn’t written to spread a conspiracy.
Ohio University will celebrate Earth Day several days earlier than the national celebration in order for students to participate in the festivities.
OU professor Colin Gabler teaches Sustainability and Marketing, a course focusing on sustainable practices in business.
Students who identify as multicultural will celebrate their accomplishments with their own separate graduation ceremony.
Canary Acres Animal Sanctuary is a nonprofit established in 2018 that works to protect neglected animals.
Hundreds gathered to hear inspiring stories from sexual violence survivors and advocates, and to march in solidarity.
The emoji library is constantly expanding and become more progressive with representation, but its work is far from over.
Nutritionists say despite the gluten-free diet trend, gluten is neither good nor bad in diets.
RallyCap is hoping to build the club in the coming years by getting more special needs children involved in the various sports offered.
Alden Library’s all-day event will promote awareness and conversations surrounding Appalachia.
Psychologists agree that social media’s effect on mental wellbeing depends on the way it is used.
Women in the public safety sector often have to go above and beyond to convince others they are able to do their jobs
Students participate in Lent and recognize its importance as an act of strengthening of faith.
Jordyn Irelan’s is a sophomore at Ohio University.