OUCR and OUCD rethink the 2020 election with COVID-19 in mind.
Uptown Business Association Trick-or-Treat will not be happening this year, but trick-or-treating in residential neighborhoods will not be cancelled.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg helped make federal human rights decisions. Those decisions have impacted Athens.
OU’s Los Angeles internship program has switched to virtual this year.
Students can work but also get help at the Ohio University Psychology and Social Work Clinic.
Ohio University’s Office of Global Opportunities is working with various programs and organizations in order to continue global and multicultural education.
Kanye West is a master of executing artistic concepts, but his attempts to change the social fabric of America lack the same genius.
“Meet Me in Daegu” has a strong premise, but storytelling flaws hold it back from reaching its maximum potential.
Representation matters. Even in football.
Childers’ new take on storytelling shouldn’t be mistaken for just another country album.
Jason Pina steps down as Vice President of Student Affairs; Jenny Hall-Jones takes his place in the interim
Jason Pina is leaving his role at OU for a new position at New York University.
Denver’s STAR program has sent mental health professionals (not police) on over 350 emergency calls. They haven’t needed police back-up once.
Entertainment studios are shameless in backstabbing their show creators.
Shin Godzilla is a recent addition to the Godzilla franchise that deserves the attention.
September is National Suicide Prevention Month.
Week four ended without Athens and Wellston getting to play.
The week of Sept. 6 is the second highest reported case onset in the county.