The class for second through sixth graders is held every Wednesday afternoon.
The acclaimed Netflix documentary following the opioid epidemic in West Virginia will be shown in Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium, followed by a panel discussion.
A workshop honoring female veterans will bring light to women enrolled in different branches of the service.
The national organization Girls Who Code is starting a chapter at the Nelsonville Public Library for third- through fifth-grade girls.
Experimental Ink classes aim to provide cultural immersion through traditional Chinese ink techniquesBy Baylee DeMuth | Jan. 23, 2019
Students will have the opportunity to study and learn traditional ink techniques to create their own individual projects.
Many students struggle with mental health conditions, and receiving accommodations for those may be difficult
The Alice in Wonderland themed event will feature games and decorating unbirthday cakes.
There are many ways to both prevent and care for those with seasonal depression.
Despite cold temperatures, people came ready to participate in the Silent March.
Events to take place include lectures, artistic performances and more.
But students do not follow those trends.
Different levels of pilates are taught at Pilates and More studio to a variety of willing participants.
Here’s what’s happening in Athens this weekend (and Monday).
People are choosing warmth and mobility in all their trendiest attire this winter.
OU alumni are all over the country.
With the advent of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the OU Smash Team is changing in a big way.
Athens kids have the chance to showcase their routines with the help of OU student coaches.