Students who identify as multicultural will celebrate their accomplishments with their own separate graduation ceremony.
Moms weekend and International Street Fair fell on the same weekend this year.
The ninth World Music and Dance Concert will teach the audience about diversity and cultural differences.
The emoji library is constantly expanding and become more progressive with representation, but its work is far from over.
The International Student Union will host its 50th International Week beginning March 31.
Students and Athens residents will get a chance to experience Indonesian food and music and Indo Night on Saturday.
Indian Students Association hopes to show the diverse culture of India through the organization’s first all-encompassing Indian Cultural Night.
The World Day of Prayer falls on Friday this year.
“Weaving Our Stories” will give participants a look into maternal problems many minority women are faced with in their everyday lives.
The Japanese Language and Culture Association hosts the events each Thursday in Gordy Hall.
Sami Steigmann believes learning from history is important in creating a better future.
The holiday was established in 1999 after the Bengali Language Movement.
Ohio University held its annual Chinese New Year Gala on Sunday, Jan. 27, in Baker Center Ballroom.
Don’t judge a woman by her hijab.
The OU Board of Trustees will vote on whether or not to approve the CSLS fee increase through a contract renewal in March.
Afro-Latinidad is an identity within the Latinx community
Students will be able to listen to a broad array of speakers from different disciplines.
Experimental Ink classes aim to provide cultural immersion through traditional Chinese ink techniques
Students will have the opportunity to study and learn traditional ink techniques to create their own individual projects.
The holiday will begin Dec. 26.