Hikaru Imaizumi is a student from Chubu University who is taking classes at OU for the year. She tells about the experiences she has had while in Athens.
The International Student Union presented their annual dinner Saturday in celebration of global humanity.
A little over a week ago, a deadly earthquake hit Turkey and Syria, causing extreme devastation across the region. A group of Turkish Bobcats are banding together to grieve and raise money to help give aid to those in need.
International students discuss the difficulties of family-oriented weekends on campus.
International students discuss plans for Thanksgiving; for many of them this year’s will be their first one.
Check out International Conversation Hour, an incredible opportunity for students from all over the world to come together to make friends, learn about different cultures, learn English and just chat.
The war in Ukraine may seem like a distant issue for U.S. citizens, but for leaders and members of Chabad at Ohio University, there is a special connection.
The fair will include a flag parade, food from around the world, speeches from students and city leaders and performances.
The film festival returns for its 49th installment, showcasing various works from local students and international filmmakers at the Athena Cinema.
The annual International Week will return after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here’s what you can do in and around Athens this weekend.
The second Ohio University Global Arts Festival began Monday, bringing diverse cultures to Athens and celebrating the intricacy of various artistic fields.
Tavolino is having its 4th annual Community Meal on Thanksgiving, free to all.