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.
OU Linguistics Department hosts 50th Anniversary Linguistics Colloquium featuring a notable alumna and her research.
A furry meteorologist’s decisions about winter and spring may be at odds with the prolonging of summer.
Summer internship season is coming as fast as the weather is warming.
Ohio University roots have led these alumni to creating and finding new opportunities.
Every year throughout the whole month of January, National Thank You Month brings a chance for people to start the year off with grateful hearts and appreciative attitudes.
To start requesting accommodations via Accessibility Services, a person must call the office’s number on the website, 740-593-2620.
“Flowers in Lockdown” shows paintings during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The application deadline for the two $2,500 scholarships is Tuesday.
The program, “Breakthrough,” aims to give young women the confidence to pursue a career in STEM.
For female bartenders, outrageous customers and harassment are just another day on the job.
Here’s what you can do in and around Athens this weekend.
“It helps draw attention to a small selection of the fascinating materials we have related to women’s history and contributions from Ohio University and Athens to the world well beyond.”
Although consumption of drugs or alcohol is not inherently negative, substance use can become harmful if done repeatedly in excess.