Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of 11 female artists from Athens came together and created a group called the Circle Circle. Providing support and encouragement to one another, the group collaborated to continue their passion for art.
This year, Ohio University is holding events to commemorate Juneteenth, the day remarked as America’s second independence day. The celebration of Juneteenth highlights the importance of educating on Black history in the United States.
Classes take place at the visual arts center, welding lab or the wood lab.
Ecotourism is being promoted in southeast Ohio as Rural Action hosts the Ride Through Time Guided Bicycle Tour on June 12. Riders will visit local stops in Haydenville, Nelsonville and Carbon Hill.
The month of June marks a time for reflection and celebration of what the LGBTQ+ community has accomplished. Also known as pride month, it is a time to celebrate individuals and their identities. OU’s LGBT Center has been hosting events throughout June and are continuing until the end of the month.
Weekender Briefs: Pick up a PRIDE button at Athens Library, take a guided bicycle tour through Athens County
Here's what you can do in and around Athens this weekend.
The Global Perspectives event series navigates the experiences of LGBTQ+ individuals across different continental regions to compare them to Westernized understandings.
Yujia Wang has her own art exhibition on display at The Dairy Barn titled “In Search of Possibilities.” The exhibit opened on May 17 and will be on display until June 15.
A new paintball park opened up in Glouster. Featuring a multitude of different paintball attractions, Bigfoot Hollow is a place made for having fun and enjoying a competitive game of paintball.
Here’s what you can do in and around Athens this weekend.
This year, the Dairy Barn Arts Center is hosting the 22nd biennial Quilt National from May 29 to Sept. 5. The exhibit displays the work of 84 artists from 14 countries and five continents.
In honor of May being National Moving Month, some apartment complex and rental company representatives have options for students looking for Athens housing.
Counseling and Psychological Services helps new, existing students manage mental health through various programs and resources.
With an online platform, many Ohio University students were faced with adapting to new experiences. However, for first-generation students at OU, the online platform added to the challenge of acclimating to college.
Athens is home to many treasures the culture staff of The Post have deemed its favorites.
The numerous organizations and resources on campus offered to LGBTQ+ students are especially beneficial to incoming freshmen, as they offer them a new sense of community and belonging while they navigate their sexual and gender identities.
At Ohio University and in the surrounding Athens area, there are a lot of opportunities to join the fight for social justice that don’t necessarily require being right on the front lines of the protests.
Campus recreation opportunities provide an outlet for students to connect, stay active and become more involved.
In between the stereotypical nights out in college, there will be exhausting cram sessions and sleepless nights, but it makes the moments of joy even better.
After a year of online classes, we could all use a reminder.