OU Student Trustee Sarah Ladipo is an example of making the most of opportunities.
The industry-specific career fairs encourage students to apply for jobs outside of their major, but within their industry of interest.
The swing jazz musical will be gracing an Athens stage next week.
Rent Free, a local band to Ohio University and Athens, is comprised of Paul Nern, Weston Nern and Michael Wells.
Ohio University Well-Being and Recreation is wrapping up its current intramural season for basketball, volleyball, indoor soccer and broomball.
Here’s what you can do in and around Athens this weekend.
“Lifting Up Diversity in Little Cities” will be a walking tour showing and talking about historical landmarks.
Black students discuss additional pressures for female, LGBTQ+ individuals, importance and nuances of Black excellenceBy Lauren Serge | Feb. 23
Many Black individuals, particularly those who are women and LGBTQ+, face different challenges, pressures and expectations when it comes to their success.
The “Puppy Hour” event will help fundraise for the Athens County Dog Shelter.
ESports is much more than just playing games, but is also a rapidly growing industry.
As the COVID-19 virus is still taking a toll on people’s health, music festivals are beginning to ease their entry requirements regardless.
In this time of uncertainty, one local church is helping create a sense of community built around helping its neighbors.
The event will be hosted on Wednesday, Feb. 23, and will encourage communication among students and employers.
Longtime Athens residents have experienced all the partying and chaos that students have brought with them.
The three-part series is produced by the Mount Zion Baptist Church Preservation Society and Bent Street Films and will air its debut installment Saturday.
Black Jewish Shabbat on Friday will recognize the relationship between Black and Jewish Americans.
Kanye West has been posting many things on social media in retaliation to Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson’s relationship.
SOFFA aims to provide support and education to the loved ones of queer students who may not understand or accept their coming out.