OU students feel more comfortable with socialization after COVID-19 vaccinations administered in springBy Jillian Craig | Dec. 2
Freshmen, sophomores and juniors get a chance at a more normal college experience after a year and a half of virtual classes.
As COVID-19 restrictions have changed wildly from last January to now, members of student organizations look back at the many ways their clubs have changed and adapted over the course of the calendar year.
After just four months of preparation, Ohio’s fall 2021 season went much better than its previous spring schedule.
The two groups work separately and together to create events for students.
Ohio shocked many this season.
The university remained open, but there was definitely room for improvement.
Students have reported both mental health and academic benefits as a result of more social interaction.
The LGBT Center, Multicultural Center and Women’s Center each had their own approaches to events and participation this year.