Black joy is acknowledged on campus through different student organizations.
Ohio University’s two equestrian organizations allow members to share their bond for horses while also allowing them to practice, ride, show and participate in community service.
The Center for Student Legal Service has worked to benefit students for a number of years and looks forward to what’s to come.
Historically and presently, Black people have been disproportionately affected by western medicine, and Black people are calling attention to the issue.
Athens and Ohio University have been home to many love stories.
An OU alumni passed away in December but his love for the Marching 110, the Bengals and OU lives on.
Businesses and Bengals fans are preparing for Super Bowl Sunday featuring Athens native Joe Burrow.
The event will take place on Lake Snowden Saturday, Feb. 12 and will begin at 10 a.m.
OU’s African Student Association Undergraduate Chapter and Black Student Union laid bare students’ experiences as descendents of the African Diaspora.
Ohio University has several opportunities for research funding, which offers students, faculty and staff money that can be used to advance their desired research or creative project in their particular field.
The event will be held virtually Friday, Feb. 11, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.
The OU STEM Career Fair will be hosting 40 companies for students to network with.
High turnover rates and numerous call-offs are just a few of the problems causing headaches.
For students at Ohio University who have to quarantine or isolate in the designated COVID-19 dorms, many experience obstacles when ordering foods that accommodate their specific nutritional needs.
Neil Young and several artists demanded their discography be removed from Spotify following the spread of misinformation about the COVID-19 vaccine by “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcast.
Ohio University will host concerts, performances, hikes, a scavenger hunt and more to celebrate Sibs Weekend.
A new group of students are working to create a designated community space for LGBTQ+ students studying STEM disciplines.
Hosted by Donkey Coffee weekly, the event provides a safe space for students to express themselves however they choose.