David Crane will serve as a Glidden Visiting Professor for the 2018-19 academic year.
After being a part of a mass exodus of 100,000 Bhutanese refugees and 20 years of living as stateless people, a family finally found comfort in Ohio’s heartland.
In celebration of International Education Week, Ohio University will hold conferences and keynote speakers Nov. 11-18.
#IDinner2018, hosted by ISU, will bring OU students together in Baker Ballroom.
The Athens Public Library will host the event Saturday.
A new generation is finding ways to make the ancient holiday their own.
Before trick-or-treating, commercialization and block parties, Halloween was rooted in Celtic religion
Trick-or-treating and pumpkin carving weren’t a part of the original Halloween.
Uncommon language programs and a large collection of African literature make the program a well-known success.
Keeping Athens in the Family: The story of two generations of Ohio University students from a Chilean family
Multiple generations of the Black family have made the long journey to Athens.
Monks from Dehradun, India, raised funds for monastery by making mandalas during their five day stay in Athens.
A father and daughter describe their experiences at OU three decades apart from each other
Supreme Court unanimously voted to amend Section 377 that had imprisoned LGBT people who had intercourse.
The Birthing Project: How the second-most populated country in the world is encouraging more births in a ‘dying’ community
India’s ‘wonderful controversy’ has sparked debates over the re-birthing of a declining community
National Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 to recognize contributions made by Hispanic people.
Observers will fast and ask for forgiveness for the past year’s transgressions.
Honoring the 17th anniversary of 9/11, the annual Interfaith Peace Walk united attendees in a tribute to solidarity and progress.
Rosh Hashanah is a time for personal reflection and finding one’s place in the world.
Thirty-five percent of Asian Americans say they have personally experienced insensitive or offensive comments because of their race or ethnicity.
International Student Orientation (ISO) aims to help students get accustomed to the American way of life.